From bedazzled bodices to embellished bustles, today’s collections boasted beauty in the details. Get inspired with a peek at some unexpected elements and standout styles from day two of Bridal Market!
Rivini opened the show with an embroidered photogram pattern. So stunning. And it actually works to elongate a bride’s figure!
When shopping for a wedding gown, it’s always important to consider the back view. From the ceremony to your first dance and beyond, your guests will be looking at your dress from all angles. This dramatic Oscar de la Renta gown features a ruffle cascade in the back that would look amazing as you walk down the aisle.
We’re seeing a lot of intricate beading on the runways this season – and particularly liked the head-to-toe beadwork on this Oleg Cassini gown. What a sparkly showstopper!
Marchesa’s collection was all about drama and romance, and these gorgeous lace sleeves were no exception.
Okay, it’s not a dress detail, but we had to share these lace booties we spotted at Marchesa. What a fun twist on traditional bridal footwear!
A stunning gown from Rafael Cennamo’s couture collection featuring soft, light fabric and striking Swarovski crystal embellishments.
Olia Zavozina drew inspiration from all different types of lace for her Spring 2015 collection. This lovely lace peplum gown was complemented by a veil with matching trim.
The bow on the bustle is from Isabelle Armstrong. So feminine and playful! I think it’s a subtle way for a girly girl bride to show off her, well, girly girl-ness.
Crazy awesome bodice on this gown by Isabelle Armstrong. She had classic silhouettes that were sophisticated and sexy with surprising embellishments and details like this bodice!
One more fave detail from Isabelle Armstrong – this ostrich skirt! Fun, but also very chic in a short sheath. Great for a city hall wedding or a no-nonsense NYC bride.
So far, we actually haven’t seen a ton of color on the runways this season – a blush gown here, some gold there. But we were completely wowed by the blue-purple color on thisMonique Lhuillier gown. Brides often worry that a color other than white or ivory will make them somehow look less “bridal,” but a gown like this has that special bridal feel – with a “something blue” twist.
Jenny Packham had an amazing show with full of moody music and lots of crystals. Check out this sparkly keyhole back!
Hellooo amazing blinged-out back from Nicole Miller. How cool is this?! And the rest of the dress is very flowy and breezy (perfect for a beach wedding), which makes it great for a glam girl who’s maybe getting married in a more exotic locale.
These sparkly Nicole Miller belts pair perfectly with a variety of gown styles for a fun, fresh look.
It may be a little difficult to see in this photo, but the embossed brocade pattern on this Justina McCaffrey gown is subtle yet stunning. It’s ideal for a classic bride who wants a gown with “something special” without a whole lot of sparkle.
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