Home Australia A daring new bridal trend sees brides ‘freeing the nipple’ in ‘naked’ dresses, after singer Rita Ora adopted the daring look for her own nuptials.

A daring new bridal trend sees brides ‘freeing the nipple’ in ‘naked’ dresses, after singer Rita Ora adopted the daring look for her own nuptials.

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Brides opt for a daring look for their wedding. Marco and María showed off many sheer and almost nude dresses at Barcelona Bridal Week, including the one pictured above.

Nipple freeing has never been more popular, as stars like Heidi Klum, Kendall Jenner, Julia Fox and many more go braless under glamorous sheer dresses.

Now, the trend has moved from the red carpet to the aisle as brides embrace sheer bustiers.

During the most recent bridal fashion week in New York, many revealing dresses walked the runway with bodices that revealed bras, and more bridal boutiques are offering many sheer designs.

FEMAIL spoke to bridal stylists and wedding dress designers to find out what fueled the barely-there trend and why brides are embracing sultry styles.

Brides opt for a daring look for their wedding. Marco and María showed off many sheer and almost nude dresses at Barcelona Bridal Week, including the one pictured above.

Brides opt for a daring look for their wedding. Marco and María showed off many sheer and almost nude dresses at Barcelona Bridal Week, including the one pictured above.

Rita Ora's nipple-baring Tom Ford dress for her 2023 nuptials is an example of the trend in real life

Rita Ora's nipple-baring Tom Ford dress for her 2023 nuptials is an example of the trend in real life

Rita Ora’s nipple-baring Tom Ford dress for her 2023 nuptials is an example of the trend in real life

The sheer bridal trend took over the runway, with this model arriving at Paris Fashion Week in a low-cut and revealing dress.

The sheer bridal trend took over the runway, with this model arriving at Paris Fashion Week in a low-cut and revealing dress.

The sheer bridal trend took over the runway, with this model arriving at Paris Fashion Week in a low-cut and revealing dress.

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Some people think the nude dress trend is “edgy” or not modest enough when it comes to brides, but there are plenty of ways to ensure it’s an elegant look while still showing some skin, or brides always They can wear see-through outfits after the party. .

Rita Ora’s nipple-baring Tom Ford dress for her 2023 nuptials is an example of the trend in real life, as is French influencer Camille Charriere, who wore a completely sheer wedding dress on her big day.

If you walk into a bridal store, you’re likely to see more slits, sheer bodices, and thigh-high slits than ever before.

Kleinfeld Bridesthe New York City boutique featured in Say Yes to the Dress, has an entire section on its website dedicated to the “sheer wedding dress.”

Styles range from plunging necklines to bra-baring lace bodices and beaded bodices.

Stylist and wedding consultant julia sabatinofounder of The stylish bride and author of Dressed, stylized and at the altarShe said sheer dresses had been a consistent trend.

“We’re seeing our brides opt to line their bodices for the ceremony look of the wedding dress, but go more adventurous and sheer for the after-party ball gown,” she told DailyMail.com.

Julie, who works with brides to choose their look for their special day, believes the trend is especially popular with brides because “a nude or sheer bottom makes the details of a dress, such as lace or embroidery, more obvious and pronounced, which is why designers like it. ,’ since ‘it helps those special touches stand out.’

The French influencer Camille Charriere wore a completely transparent wedding dress on her big day, although she opted for white panties underneath

The French influencer Camille Charriere wore a completely transparent wedding dress on her big day, although she opted for white panties underneath

The French influencer Camille Charriere wore a completely transparent wedding dress on her big day, although she opted for white panties underneath

Bridal boutiques like New York City's famous Kleinfeld now have entire sections on their websites dedicated to finding sheer wedding dresses.

Bridal boutiques like New York City's famous Kleinfeld now have entire sections on their websites dedicated to finding sheer wedding dresses.

Bridal boutiques like New York City’s famous Kleinfeld now have entire sections on their websites dedicated to finding sheer wedding dresses.

Bold brides adopt completely transparent styles for their big day

Bold brides adopt completely transparent styles for their big day

Bronx & Banco is famous for making conversation-worthy wedding dresses, like the one above.

Bronx & Banco is famous for making conversation-worthy wedding dresses, like the one above.

Daring brides opt for completely transparent models for their big day, although some opt for linings so as not to cause a stir in front of their families.

Wedding stylist and consultant Julie Sabatino, founder of The Stylish Bride and author of Dressed, Styled, and Down the Aisle, said sheer dresses had been an ongoing trend.

Wedding stylist and consultant Julie Sabatino, founder of The Stylish Bride and author of Dressed, Styled, and Down the Aisle, said sheer dresses had been an ongoing trend.

Wedding stylist and consultant Julie Sabatino, founder of The Stylish Bride and author of Dressed, Styled, and Down the Aisle, said sheer dresses had been an ongoing trend.

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1709225903 422 A daring new bridal trend sees brides freeing the nipple

“We’re seeing our brides opt to line their bodices for the ceremony look of the wedding dress, but go more adventurous and sheer for the after-party ball gown,” Julie told DailyMail.com.

Julie believes one of the reasons brides adopt this style is because celebrities are driving bridal trends, including this sheer bodice style.

Many times, Julie’s clients will think about other people’s opinions before being honest.

She explains that they often “consider what their families might think about a sheer wedding dress and also what is appropriate for the ceremony location.”

“We always talk to them about wearing something they wouldn’t be embarrassed to wear in front of their parents’ friends,” Julie said.

“Typically, our clients tend to prefer a more classic look for going down the aisle and then if they want something a little more revealing, they put it on later in the night.”

Julie said Israeli designers put the sheer style on the map, naming Berta, Lee Petra Grebenau, Galia Lahav and Mira Zwillinger as those with sheer bras in their collection.

Galia Lahav is an Israeli wedding couture designer famous for her sheer bustiers loved by celebrities like Simone Biles and Paris Hilton.

Sharon Sever, lead designer at Galia Lahav, told FEMAIL that there has been a “notable increase in requests for styles with sheer bodices,” as “today’s brides appreciate the artistry and charm that comes with tastefully incorporating transparency.” in their bridal looks.

“The sheer bra trend has always been a part of Galia Lahav’s aesthetic and has actually been gaining momentum,” Sharon confirmed. “Not limited to the runway, I think real brides are captivated by the delicate balance of elegance and charm that sheer details offer.”

“It’s a trend that can transition seamlessly from runways to wedding aisles,” Sharon said.

Sharon added that, “without a doubt, social media and celebrity influences play a role in shaping bridal looks, as ‘brides are often inspired by glamorous celebrity moments and desire to show off looks worthy of a red carpet on your special day.’

As more celebrities embrace the nipple release trend, brides are looking for their own way to show it off on their big day.

As more celebrities embrace the nipple release trend, brides are looking for their own way to show it off on their big day.

As more celebrities embrace the nipple release trend, brides are looking for their own way to show it off on their big day.

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Sheila Sciocchetti, general vice president of merchandise at Kleinfeld Bridal in New York City, said the bridal boutique had “seen a desire for more revealing looks.”

A daring new bridal trend sees brides freeing the nipple

A daring new bridal trend sees brides freeing the nipple

“The trend has evolved to be less nude and a little more romantic with just a touch of sensuality,” Sheila said, naming the corset and sheer bustiers as the most popular options.

Sheila Sciocchetti, general vice president of merchandise at Kleinfeld Brides in New York City said employees at the 30,000-square-foot store have “seen a desire for more revealing looks in recent seasons.”

“The trend has evolved to be less nude and a little more romantic with just a touch of sensuality,” Sheila said, naming the corset and sheer bustiers as the most popular options.

While brides are “influenced by celebrity style,” some are concerned about what their family might think about a more revealing design.

“Sometimes it can be a problem, but sometimes mom or grandma love the see-through looks once they see them on,” Sheila said.

Kleinfeld’s also offers “options to adjust the opacity of many of our sheer dresses, which can help alleviate any concerns about showing too much skin.”

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Bridal stylist Hope Lavine (above) told FEMAIL that “brides are increasingly confident in embracing sheer silhouettes,” especially as they like the “couture element.”

Celebrity bridal stylist hope lavinebased in Los Angeles, told FEMAIL that “brides are increasingly confident in embracing sheer silhouettes,” especially because they like the “couture element.”

She explained that “brides are inspired by celebrities and It girl weddings,” citing the “old money trend” that Sofia Richie embraced.

However, according to Hope, some brides “are a little more daring and take fashion risks.”

The bridal stylist made reference to the influencer Camille Charriere, “who wore a transparent wedding dress and it went completely viral.”

But not everyone is willing to be completely transparent.

Hope said the brides’ biggest question was their family’s opinion.

“They want to be respectful, but most brides don’t have the energy to defend their decision to their family,” she said.

‘Transparent dresses are not for everyone.

“Someone else may see what I consider chic, high fashion and risqué as something vulgar and classless. “Fashion is completely subjective.”

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