The 13 Coolest Bridal Pantsuits And Jumpsuits

Fashion Week

For the bride who’s also a boss

If last Bridal Fashion Week was all about the Royal Wedding, this season was dedicated to the boss brides. Ones who are confident in their sartorial choices, can't-be-bothered with societal conventions as to what a wedding or bridal wear "should look like," and aren't afraid to turn heads as they walk down the aisle.

The proof was in the number of non-dress looks that appeared on the Fall 2019 runways—and not just feminine jumpsuits that have been popular in seasons past. In fact, more and more designers showed chic pantsuits, structured separates, and tuxedo-like one-pieces as part of their collections, a move as bold in the oftentimes conventional bridal world as are the customers for whom they're designing.

Ahead, 13 pant (and short!) suits and jumpsuits that we would say yes to from the latest Bridal Fashion Week.

Photograph by Masato Onoda.

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