Now that Bridal Fashion Week has come and gone, we are still seeing dreams of new gowns in our heads. Here are a few of our favorites!
*Thanks to Brides.com for covering all of the new designer lines! http://www.brides.com/wedding-dresses-style/bridal-fashion-week*
First up, an Idan Cohen gown with some of the most amazing bead work. The silhouette is sheer and flattering and the cape makes it an absolute dream.
Gown by Idan Cohen : Photo by Gerardo Somoza
This Monique Lhuillier gown is for the bride who wants to make a statement. Between the grey/blue coloring and the layered beading and jewels this gown doesn’t fail to impress.
Wedding Dress by Monique Lhuillier : Photo by Rodin Banica
Dany Mizrachi’s gown is a perfect blend of feminine and statement. The lace detail and pattered skirt draw in the eye while the off the shoulder look keeps it soft.
Wedding Dress by Dany Mizrachi : Photo by Rodin Banica
Jaclyn Jordan was one of the few designers, in our opinion, who’s majority collection was stunning. They didn’t just feature one stunning gown but a whole collection of soft, feminine, and stunning gowns. From dip dye, to crystals, to unexpected details they rocked fashion week.
To see the entire Spring 2018 collection visit http://www.jaclynjordannyc.com/spring-2018
This is only one of MANY Hayley Paige gowns that rocked Bridal Week this year. Paige, like Jordan, had a large collection of stunning gowns to choose from. This blush ballgown comes off incredibly romantic while keeping this years trends of large flower appliques and sheer necklines.
Photo by Coastal Knot
Hayley Paige also featured this eye catching gown. The pattern is unique and provides a statement without being too loud. The plunging neckline and thin straps keep the silhouette as interesting as the dress. Can you say swoon??
Photo from http://www.theknot.com
This Jim Hjelm gown is not only breathtaking from the front with its plunging neckline and nature inspired patterns, but features and open back and chapel train as well making it the perfect mixture of statement gown and traditional feel. His entire collection can be seen at the link below and we loved EVERY SINGLE GOWN.
Dress by Jim Hjelm : Photo by Gerardo Somaza
Berta Bridal’s Line features mostly light blue/silver gowns and definetly shows as some of the most seductive gowns in the show this year. For the bride who wants to make a statement and isn’t afraid to show a little skin her designers are to die for.
Dress by Berta Bridal : Photo by Rodin Banica
Liancarlo was one of the final designers who wowed us with several designs. This gown however stands out from the majority of fashion week in that it makes a statement with its mixture of satin and tulle rather than with appliques or sheer designs. It is as unique as it is stunning.
Photo provided by designer Liancarlo
While Fashion Week may be over, there is no end to the fabulous stream of gowns for Spring 2018. Major trends this year not featured above included the color black, shawls and capes, feather details, large flowers rather than lace, and backless details. Happy Planning!