After the showing at New York Bridal Week, it gets a little easier to have an idea about what to wear on your special day. Many aspects have to be considered: the little girl inside who has been dreaming of this day needs to be satisfied, so do the latest trends, and you must never sacrifice your own personal taste. At the end of the day, it is only you who knows the dress you desire.

 

Photo Credit: New Orleans Photographers

 

Not to fear, we have done the research for you, taken directly from last year’s Bridal Winter collections. In addition to the classic and timeless styles, some other modern interpretations were proposed. Let’s see the latest in the world of Bridal fashion.

 

BALL GOWNS

This cut is traditional yet fanciful, with a princess effect worthy of the best fairy tales. The classic ivory and white Mark Zunino dress with broad shoulders, the Romona Keveza dress embellished with decorative lace, and the tulle dress by Carolina Herrera stand out as our favorite designs.

 

abiti ampiMark Zunino – Romona Keveza – Carolina Herrera – Photo Credits: StylosophyCarolina Herrera

 

MERMAID 

This is a very trendy edition in recent years, looking sexy but subtle without being overly revealing, if chosen carefully. The Reem Acra mermaid wedding dress with a deep neckline, for example, is very good inspiration.

 

reem-acraPhoto Credit: Look Sposa 

 

LACE 

For those who want a dress with simple lines, you can not fail choosing the lace dress with wide embroidered shoulder straps by Carolina Herrera. A more embellished version is the lace and crystal Inbal Dror gown: dreamy, romantic, but also rather elaborate. If you prefer just a touch of lace, the Reem Acra wedding dress with lace bodice will be the perfect choice.

 

abiti pizzoCarolina Herrera – Inbal Dror – Reem Acra – Photo Credits: Carolina HerreraThe KnotDonna Click
 

FLORAL

Flowers have acquired a bit of an edge this year, as most floral dress interpretations we saw were vivid and sexy. Naeem Khan offers a high-necked white dress with falling flowers, while Angel Sanchez opts for a 60’s style, and Lela Rose chooses a A-Line dress with silver inserts.

 

abiti a fioriNaeem Khan – Angel Sanchez – Lela Rose – Photo Credits: Vogue.itStyle to the Aisle Mag, Weddbook

 

COCKTAIL

This year, those who want to don a shorter dress will have many options, including Mark Zunino’s minidress, the short dress with appliqué by Lela Rose, and the 20s inspired dress created by Naeem Khan.

 

abiti cortiMark Zunino – Lela Rose – Naeem Khan – Photo Credits: Abiti per sposaQuotidiano mimeWeddbook

 

TATTOO DRESSES

This model is risky and sexy. These gowns are inspired by Zuhair Murad dresses, which were seen many times during 2015 by celebrities on the red carpet. Inbal Dror presents a dress with silver accents that will not go unnoticed.

 

inbal-drorPhoto Credit: NY times

 

OPEN BACK 

A more conservative version of the tattoo model, Vera Wang offers a very eye-catching but refined gown.

 

vera-wangPhoto Credit: Maison Birks

 

CAPES

The cape, a big success this season, was the start of the Valentino Haute Couture Collection. Here it is shown in a bridal version by Claire Pettibone.

 

abito-con-mantello-claire-pettibonePhoto Credit: Bridal Musing

 

OUTSIDE THE BOX

The most intriguing models we saw last Bridal Week were the ones who dared to think outside the box. We have the Inbal Dror elegant jumpsuit, the glossy Romona Keveza dress, and the black gown by Vera Wang.

 

unconvInbal Dror – Romona Keveza – Vera Wang – Photo Credits: AmandoWeddings LuxuryStylosophy

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