Bridal Fashion Week has just concluded in New York City, and now you can see all of the dreamiest gowns that came down the catwalk. If you’re planning a wedding for spring 2019, let this slideshow inspire you in your wedding dress search. And if not? Well, you can still enjoy all the swoon-worthy eye candy.
Key takeaways this year include the fact that the Meghan Markle effect continues to sway bridal fashion, and, taking after Meghan’s go-to off-the-shoulder silhouette, designer Carly Cushnie has made her own off-the-shoulder white wedding dress to make anyone who wears it feel like a royal.
Seasoned designers like Vera Wang and Viktor & Rolf, meanwhile, continue to design showstopping, couture-worthy gowns. Wang was inspired by Marie Antoinette this season, incorporating tiaras, ruffles, and hand-crafted pleats into her gowns. Justin Alexander, the designer behind V&R’s Mariage bridal line, takes cues from Jackie Kennedy, featuring 1960s-style short-hem dresses alongside his usual whimsical dramatic-princess silhouettes. And Anita Dongre, whose fanbase includes Kate Middleton and Hillary Clinton, was inspired by New York City for her new bespoke bridal collection, which incorporates traditional Indian beadwork and craftsmanship.
Whether you have a taste for minimalist silk dresses, bohemian-style ruffle dresses, or dramatic, royal-worthy gowns, these are the best looks from Bridal Fashion Week.
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