There were so many truly beautiful gowns from the latest bridal fashion week that it is hard to tell you which were our top 10 favorites. So we’re bringing you a few more, and just know that in the weeks and months to come, we’ll be showing you more gowns from some very talented designers. While some of these dresses were picked for their fabrics, others for their silhouettes, there are still others that were chosen for delicate embellishments or in some cases, for standing out as a minimalist’s dream. No doubt about it there was something for every bride in the recent bridal fashion collections, and we’re just showcasing some of our favorites.
SAVANNAH MILLER STUNNER
One could say this dress took cues from ready-to-wear trends, with its “cold-shoulder” detailing, but what we love is the delicate lace on this Savannah Miller gown. The spaghetti straps and eyelash ends of the lace are just some of the soft, feminine aspects of this dress, which is totally balanced by the sexiness and simplicity of the silhouette.
EXCITING EISEN STEIN
Eisen Stein had so many gorgeous gowns we couldn’t pick just one, but these two were standouts. The strapless gown had separate sleeves (for brides that want a bit more coverage) that coordinated seamlessly with the fit and flare gown. While the gown was shown in a desert setting, one of the noticeable attributes of this gown is that it would be fitting in a garden, as much as in a ballroom.
For those that want even more coverage, but in an oh-so-subtle way, this long sleeve, but sheer gown is so beautiful. Embellishments strategically placed balanced by a lightweight skirt make this flowy number a total knockout.
SOFT & FEMININE JENNY PACKHAM
There was something timeless about this feminine frock, maybe perhaps, the shape? Or the light and airy vibe? Either way, we know brides will love this look, with its colorful belt and attractive, but very tasteful, V-neckline. The tulle details at the shoulders draw the eye upwards, which makes everyone look at the bride’s face. Now, isn’t that every bride’s #bridegoals?
OUTSTANDING IN JESUS PIERO
Simply one of our favorite bridal fashion collections of the season, the dresses from Jesus Piero were equally timeless and breathtaking. Here, we show you two practical gowns. One has a sequined beaded top and matching sweater (perfect for the tasteful preppy bride) balanced by a lightweight full tulle skirt.
The other has half bell sleeves in floral mesh that isn’t short on style. The subtle pleating and pockets of the Mikado fabric are in a word, perfect. These gowns are wonderful examples of how a bride can be contemporary while remaining classic.
LOVELY IN LIHI HOD
This halter gown has definite sparkle, and we picture any bride getting down on the dance floor with ease in this sexy stunner. The delicate embellishments don’t overpower the soft fabric, making this Lihi Hod look easy and breezy for the walk down the aisle.
Those who pick Amsale gowns know they are timeless and still chic. This V-neck gown has the minimalist trend we’ve been seeing of late, but with modern, hip-hugging construction it is anything but boring. Add on a sexy neckline, and you’ve got a gown that hits the trends while remaining classic, something hard to pull off in such a beautiful way.
RIVETING RITA VINIERIS
What looks simple in the front is anything but in the back. We love this gown for several reasons. Straight on, it looks classic and unembellished, and the silhouette is timeless. As a bride walks down the aisle, guests will notice the lace detailing that is visible on the sides and back of the illusion fabric on the bodice. Romantic and unexpected, we love the surprise elements of this subtle masterpiece by Rita Vinieris.
WHIMSICAL IN SAREH NOURI
We love the playful vibe of this dress. For those brides looking for a shorter option, this one is fun and still special. And look at what fun you can have with earrings and other accessories in a gown like this!
Wedding Guy Wisdom: If you pick a short gown, everyone is sure to see your shoes, but don’t worry there are plenty of stylish options out there! Just something to keep in mind if picking a gown with a short hemline.
EXCITING ELIZABETH FILLMORE
For those brides wanting pants, yes, there are many options out there. While we could have chosen one of the many jumpsuit options as your bridal fashion, we had to show you this totally sexy look from Elizabeth Fillmore. Crop top? Check. Matching lace fingerless gloves? Check. High-waisted pants? Check. For all of these details, this look is for the confident fashionista and will give any bride a sense of flair.
BEAUTIFUL BALL GOWN
There were many a ball gown this season, and leave it to Ines Di Santo to create a stunning and subtly colorful gown that makes the model glow. This look is fit for royalty and hits many trends from the corset top to the off-the-shoulder neckline. Paired with dramatic earrings and you too can look like this beautiful bride.
We’ve broken down the trends and highlighted some great accessories, so check out our other bridal fashion week content, and let us know what you think!
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