Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2014 showed off another season of stunning aisle-worthy confections, all thanks to Vera Wang, Reem Acra, Monique Lhuillier . . . and the list goes on. With each runway presentation came another "here comes the bride" moment, of which inspired countless oohs and aahs in response. From traditionally modest cuts adorned with vintage lace veils to princess-like ball skirts with corsage-embellished bodices to skin-revealing back details on even slinkier floor-length silhouettes, to tulle-infused fishtail hems and decadent embroidery, every bride will find The One in this lineup. Click on to see the latest wedding-dress fare — with Marchesa, Oscar de la Renta, THEIA, and Temperley Bridal also inside — right this way.
Our search for the prettiest wedding veils and hair accessories continues with Jennifer Behr's bridal collection. Rife with delicate feathered headbands that recall Natalie Portman's ethereal Rodarte ballerina costumes in Black Swan, '20s-inspired netted veils, and Swarovski crystal-encrusted leaf-shaped pins, this lineup is for the bride whose style is understated but totally glamorous. Did we mention each piece is handmade in NYC? We've been waiting for a reason to say, "If the veil fits, wear it," and Jennifer Behr's gorgeous creations certainly fit the bill. Click on to see the full collection, and then shop your favorites here.
For his Spring 2013 bridal collection, Dennis Basso was inspired by the glamour of Deauville in the '60s, when even dressing for dinner was a special occasion. Accordingly, his brides were turned out in hand-beading, lace, and, of course, a grand train at his show at Kleinfeld Bridal in New York. Watch as he fills us in on how to pick a dress for your body type and see the entire collection — including four couture gowns — here!