This off-the-shoulder beaded gown certainly delivers on that idea. If the full skirt and structured bodice on this sketch is any indication, we're in for some seriously romantic wedding dresses. Share the gallery Pinterest Facebook. Expect to see the juxtaposition between soft and strong to be on full display in Isabelle Armstrong's latest wedding dress collection.
That wasn't the only overarching theme, though. Several designers said these are their most dramatic gowns yet, or that they were inspired by a favorite city Paris! Although these designers had similar points of inspiration, their wedding dresses are still uniquely their own. Trust us, you won't be disappointed by these incredible new designs.
It's all about fun for Alexandra Grecco's latest wedding dress designs. Talk about a head-turner. Allison Webb's "Covington" gown, seen here, features a bodice fully-encrusted with crystals and pearl embroidery, a column skirt, and a draped overskirt. Expect to see plenty of "clean sparkle" from the rest of Webb's designs. She said she focused on creating tailored gowns with rhinestone flowers 3D textures this time around.
Anne Barge's Spring wedding dress collection "pays homage to extraordinary women, past and present" and each dress epitomizes timeless, feminine elegance. Her preview sketch is proof. Constructed of Swiss net and hand-appliqued French lace, this architectural gown feels womanly and strong. Fans of Berta's wedding dress collections know to expect sexy, daring gowns season after season, and Spring does not disappoint on either front.
Considering a destination wedding in the City of Lights? The latest collection from Blush by Hayley Paige might be just for you. The "Jardin" ball gown, seen here, features a flouncing tulle skirt and a crystal-dusted bodice.
Can't you just picture a bride wearing it with the Eiffel Tower in the background? Inspired by the cherry blossoms of Japan and the capital city of Tokyo, Deane says her newest gowns are for the fun loving and modern bride. Made from silk duchess satin and manipulated with Chantilly lace, the tulip silhouette will look as chic in two decades as it does today. Expect similar shapes from the rest of the brand's new designs.
Are you a traditionalist at heart? Then David's Bridal is designing for you. Elie Saab is debuting just 13 new looks this season, but each is somehow grander and more elegant than the last. Expect to see contemporary takes on traditional silhouettes and sophisticated details, like this classic ball gown with an off-the-shoulder bodice.
This dress, aptly named "Bloom," features dramatic three-dimensional floral details. If you're a flower child at heart, keep an eye out for the rest of the brand's new wedding dress, which is packed with even more floral motifs. Known for crafting wedding dresses that look as if they were made for each woman's specific body, Eve of Milady's designs have long been favored by brides-to-be.
Francesca Miranda's latest collection was inspired by a s ballerina. If the full skirt and structured bodice on this sketch is any indication, we're in for some seriously romantic wedding dresses.
Regal ball gowns, classic corsets, and endless trains are all on order. Could these looks have been inspired by Meghan Markle? We'll have to wait and see. The long sleeve wedding dress trend is here to stay—at least if Galina has anything to say about it.
Form-fitting lace, an illusion neckline, and romantic long sleeves are key elements of the design seen here, but you'll want to watch carefully for this particular dress on the runway.
The seemingly covered-up gown actually features an open back. If you love the look of a wedding dress with a high neckline, you'll go crazy for Galina Signature's newest designs. This halter gown also features gold embroidered lace appliques, perfect for the bride who wants to shine on her big day.
Also inspired by ballet, Gracy Accad's newest wedding dress collection screams romance and grace. Dubbed "Ephemeral Beauty," there will surely be no shortage of floaty silhouettes at the designer's show. One thing that's not changing? Judging by the silhouette seen here, which features floating floral appliques and a plunging neckline, she's not kidding.
Expect to see the juxtaposition between soft and strong to be on full display in Isabelle Armstrong's latest wedding dress collection. This underlying feeling really informed the Spring collection. Playful patterns, sumptuous textures, and skirts with volume make up this new collection. Inspired by the juxtaposition between modernity and opulence, Justin Alexander Signature's Spring delivers on chic minimalism.
Be on the lookout for transparent details, geometric beading, and clean lines. Just six dresses will be shown this season, but each one wows. Whether you're throwing a backyard wedding, boho beach bash, or laid-back garden ceremony, this strapless wedding dress from Lakum's Spring collection might just be what you're looking for. It's versatile and modern, but still fun and daring, which is what we always expect from the Brooklyn-based designer. It's all about modern shimmer for Lazaro's Spring collection.
Body-hugging silhouettes, strappy backs, novelty fabrics, and a color palette largely of ivory and nude define these new gowns. Meredith Stoecklein, founder and designer of Lein, fell in love with a beautiful blue and black cashmere lace at her Italian mill, which set her ideas in motion.
This rose jacquard wedding dress is a new idea for Lela Rose, but the designer is insistent about creating gowns that her bride wants. Created with a chic, modern bride in mind, Linacarlo's latest collection was inspired by timeless romance and modern style. We think this classic silhouette and cool high neckline embody marry those two ideas to a T. Lihi Hod's latest collection is called "Dreams," and this sketch definitely has us dreaming of our own walks down the aisle.
If the tailored silhouette and romantic draped back are any indication, there's plenty to look forward to from this designer's new looks. Are you a glamorous bride? Say hello to "Brinkley," one of Maggie Sottero's newest creations. Melissa Sweet is known for creating romantic wedding dresses, and this one-shouldered gown is no exception.
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