The Only Dresses You Need to See From Bridal Fashion Week
This year, April showers welcomed Spring Bridal Week to Manhattan. To get an inside look at some of the season’s best bridal fashion, we asked Jess Levin, founder and CEO of Carats & Cake, the destination for the best in the wedding industry, to share her must-have bridal moments. Scroll for the the best in bridal this spring!
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The floral appliqué on this Marchesa dress definitely stole the show. The long sleeves and the plunging neckline paired with subtle off white color create the perfect blend of sophistication and romanticism.
Courtesy of Carolina Herrera
You can’t go wrong with a strapless satin Carolina Herrera. I love how simple the front is and then there is just a hint of playfulness with the bow at the back keeping the look timeless yet young.
This Israeli based duo has definitely brought some innovation to the bridal world. Known for their use of hand embroidery and luxurious lightweight fabrics I love how this design plays on the two-piece trend.
Courtesy of Oscar de la Renta
Peter Copping created an incredibly elegant collection that felt fresh yet iconic. This strapless hand cut frayed organza ball gown floated down the runway and would definitely make an entrance.
Courtesy of Monique Lhuillier
Monique Lhuillier never disappoints. This fresh take on her more traditional ball gown shape is ideal for any bride that wants to show some leg but still likes a more classic look in the back. Her delicate lace detailing is also hard to beat.
Naeem Khan definitely pushes the envelope. This column gown stood out not only because of its use of mixed material and simple shape, perfect for the modern woman, but also because its subtle hint of blue below the surface.
What are your favorite bridal looks this spring? Share in the comments below and be sure to shop all your wedding essentials here!