Tiered tulle wedding dresses are the statement design of 2021 when it comes to bridal attire. In a year with a plethora of various trending styles, the tulle wedding dresses stand out as an over-the-top romantic and even joyous design. From voluminous skirts to unexpected colors, this wedding trend something we’re seeing designers create en masse, and brides are saying yes to this dress!
TIERED TULLE WEDDING DRESSES
Tiered and textured tulle wedding dresses come in all shapes, sizes, and colors this season. Let’s take a look at a few of the most popular looks — and designers we’re seeing all over Instagram.
Fun and Sophisticated Tulle Wedding Dresses by Millia London
Millia London gives tulle a new sophisticated twist — and yet keeps the cheeky fun in their 2021 wedding dress collection.
Whether it’s organic meets luxury like this gown —
Or a more unconventional approach like this one —
— with this 2021 wedding trend, brides can make their something blue a stunning tiered wedding gown.
Real couples with an eye for fashion and a sense of whimsy are loving these wedding dresses.
Additional benefit — rethink the bridesmaid attire with tiered tulle dresses perfect for a bride tribe.
Contrasting Tulle Gown Designs by Nicole + Felicia Couture
Fresh off the catwalk for Fall/Winter 2021, this Nicole + Felicia Couture is meant to be a dreamy, grandiose wedding gown.
This Shanghai-based designer
Their bridal couture doesn’t just come in traditional shades. They like to have fun with some cheerful tones and playful color palettes.
Voluminous tulle in muted blue tones is the romantic look that may have brides convinced to chance a more daring dress.
Celebrities from around the world from dancers and models to moguls have their eye on these flouncy tulle creations.
Voluminous and Classic Tulle Dresses from Monique Lhuillier
Expect to see this living dream of a gown coming to a bride near you. As part of the Monique Lhuillier Fall/Winter 2021 line, this gown preview is catching a lot of hype as it blends the best of classic and daring with its voluminous, textured layers.
Another favorite from Monique Lhuillier is this blush gown from the Secret Garden collection.
This real wedding shot is a great example of how we’re seeing brides adopt this trend to their own style.
Bonus Designer: Even Dior is getting in on the fun palettes that seem to come naturally to the tiered tulle wedding dress.
Flirty, Short Tulle Dresses from Beloe Zoloto
Russian-based designer Beloe Zoloto’s bestselling dress this season is called Vivian. This short and flirty tiered, tulle dress is ideal for the playful, yet elegant bride.
And the gown comes in a bevy of fun colors and lengths.
And, lest brides think tulle only comes in long, puffy styles, we present this little number which is perfect for receptions full of dancing!
While it has been rising in popularity since 2020, we expect to see this wedding