For the modern minimalist, the sexy siren, the hopeless romantic, and beyond.
The bridal jumpsuit is having a moment—and we're here for it. We've spotted pants and jumpsuits on the bridal runways for many seasons now, but it's time to take this trend seriously in the world of weddings. Not only are these looks practical for the bride who would rather level up her bridal "lewk" in a chic one-piece than opt for a traditional wedding dress, the jumpsuit is also wedding-worthy for all your events surrounding the big day—and beyond.
From engagement parties to bridal showers, the rehearsal dinner and so on, the bridal jumpsuit is a versatile piece that exudes a sense of effortlessness, and has a certain je ne sais quoi that every bride wants to embody. Trust us: this is a bridal fashion bandwagon you want to jump on. From styles for the downtown it-girl to romantically rustic styles, these are the aisle-worthy designer jumpsuits to shop now.
The fabrications of this look would suit a traditional wedding gown, but this look is anything but. The result? Aisle-worthy, outside-the-box elegance.
Get everything you feel you may be missing in a wedding gown, but in chic jumpsuit form: sheer lace with sequin embroidery, luxe tailoring, and an asymmetric waistline that feels so much cooler than a standard peplum.
Go Grecian goddess without it feeling too ethereal. Case in point: this one-shoulder style that drapes from a wide waistband.
An all-in-one design with a caplet adds a little bit of drama, while the trousers add a dose of utility. This is the kind of look that can take you down the aisle all the way to late night dancing.
Take your jumpsuit to couture heights with a wide leg pant and a cross-front bodice—complete with a sultry and mod center cutout. Want more fashion? No problem. A chic tie at the waistline completes this sexy yet chic look.
Mini dresses aren't the only go-to looks for dancing. A fun fringe-trimmed jumpsuit with a plunging neckline and side cutouts will give you that sexy with sass look you've been lusting after.
Level up a wide leg jumpsuit with extra pleating and a low back for a flawless and elegant bridal look.
Think sleek, sexy, and '70s for a vibe that evokes Studio 54 and wows your guests. A sequin jumpsuit also serves double duty for holiday events and New Year's Eve. You're welcome.
For the cosmopolitan, go for a sleek, sleeveless style that is modern and minimal, and wows with the fit. A curved faille collar and concealed fastenings make for the most demur finishes; this look is all about expert tailoring.
Flowy off-the-shoulder sleeves work well for a spring or fall wedding when the weather is forgiving and you can don sleeves with ample doses of drama.
Lace? Check. Embellishments? Got 'em. For a truly all-in-one outfit, opt for a jumpsuit that incorporates jewelry into the straps, and lace into the pant legs.
Casual can still be very chic. Finished with a pleated ruffle neckline (and tonal accessories like a statement earring and a mule), a linen jumpsuit amps up daytime to dressy.
Sultry sophistication can still come with long sleeves and a classic collar—it's up to you how high you button up, and a tie waist gives you some shape and shows off your curves.
For spring or summer weddings, flirty floral prints set on white or ivory still feel bridal–even though they're all about pops of color.
Want to show some skin? A chic pleated playsuit will do the trick.
All-over lace in a loose-fitting silhouette channels a prairie vibe that is chic, stylish, and a modern take on boho bridal.
As a bride, you mean business. Touches of black bump up the sophistication on any look–especially when paired with statement buttons and a luxe tweed.
A mini playsuit will show off your body for pre-wedding pool parties, and makes for the perfect addition to any honeymoon suitcase. Opt for one that is embellished with pearl and gold buttons for a look that's just a little bit extra.
Trade your wedding dress for traditional tailoring (with contrast white satin tuxedo stripes down the sides of each leg) for an It-girl vibe that is both modern and stately.
A sequin suit feels fun and festive–but one that is color-blocked with flared sleeves sets the tone you're after: diva meets badass—gone bridal.
Amp up a luxe, lace, a la Victoriana look by choosing a one-piece over a traditional gown. This look comes complete with ruffle-trimmed trumpet sleeves and a subtle ruffle peplum that transitions into fluttering wide legs. Expert tip: opt for a pointed toe pump with a matte or lace finish to give your frame the illusion (or accentuate) legs for days.
Asymmetrical draping characterizes a contemporary look and creates a minimal vibe that is both effortless and gallery girl chic.
For cold weather and winter months, opt for a wool one-piece with long sleeves. Feather and glass embellishments add interest to a sophisticated suit like this one, and you'll look seasonally appropriate, too.
Cutout details are not just for dresses. A striking one-piece with statement sleeves and a deep V is eye-catching, stunning, and special enough for your moment in the limelight.
Surprise and delight during the night, and with each and every outfit change: A silk wide leg pant that so closely resembles a dress, your guests may not even notice the difference at the start.
Looking to make a statement for the after-party to end all after-parties? An all-over Swarovski crystal ensemble is sexy and splurge-worthy. Keep in mind: all over embellished looks aren't always lightweight to wear, and come with a lofty price tag.
For summer weddings and warm-weather destinations, go for texture via illusion laces and sheer paneling, rather than with heavier sequins or feathers. For this look, think beach wedding, garden party, or an Amalfi Coast getaway.
A drawstring waist never felt so fresh as it does paired with tonal and metallic beading (that shimmers as you move), and a wide '70s-inspired collar a la Saturday Night Fever.
Evoke Hollywood glamour in this crepe corset-style. Opt for a pointed toe for a classic look, or add platform sandals and a statement earring for a '70s flair.
Get all the things you love about a wedding dress—waistline pleating, ruffled sleeves, and an open back finished with a bridal bow—but make it fashion.