These wedding dresses are for brides from all over the world. They are classic yet modern and fit for a perfect fall wedding. They show off summer lightness as well as a little bit of elegance reserved for cold days.
Off-the-shoulder wedding dresses, romantic boho vibe, ruffled skirts, blush wedding dresses, and plunging necklines dominated the bridal trends on the Fall 2017 runways. Long sleeves will continue to trend, but next year’s sleeves have a little something extra. In like manner, the ready-to-wear wedding dresses were given the same treatment. So when it comes to sleeves, go for a statement: Bell sleeves, boho styled poncho sleeves, off-the-shoulder, intricate details – your choice. Fall is also time for brides to play with their accessories — big, bold earrings and hair accessories were all over the runways. So if you are walking down the aisle this fall and you went with a more simple wedding dress model, accent it with accessories. Scroll down to see the most beautiful wedding dresses seen on NYFW Fall 2017!
15 wedding dresses we loved the most
New York-based designer Naeem Khan is best known for his ready-to-wear collections, but with his fashion-forward edge, the detail and flamboyance of his bridal collection make the gowns truly irresistible.
Bridal heavyweight JLM Couture brought their signature New York sophistication and confidence to the New York Bridal Fashion Week Fall 2017.
“I wanted to stay in my magical garden, it’s all about capturing happiness, this mood of lightness.” cooed Reem Acra backstage at her fall bridal show, echoing a quote in the show’s program.
Every bride’s desire to look beautiful on her wedding day was the starting point of Pnina Tornai’s collection for Kleinfeld. Her over-the-top dresses were sexy and powerful with intricate beading, 3-D floral embellishments, Swarovski crystals…
Intricate leaf details and sheer fabrics made for a vibe that blended woodland nymph with other-worldly beauty. The look was undone, minimal and ethereal, with models sporting tousled hair pushed over one shoulder, simple metallic crowns, bold brows, and heavy metallic highlighter.
Designer Don O’Neill took Theia bridal back to its roots, embracing the carefree nature of the destination bride.
When it comes to bridal at Vera Wang, mum’s usually the word. Wang’s fall collection took a decidedly more delicate, romantic turn.
Whether in the high-end Couture collection or more accessible Galia line, the designers catered to decidedly glamorous brides. Although each line had its own distinctive look, they both catered to the same kind of bride — the unapologetic glamour girl.
Inspired by Spanish Art Nouveau, the Israeli designer sent out a slinky, sheer, fully-embellished styles that left little to the imagination.
Which one did you like the most?
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