16 Gorgeous Wedding Dresses For Every Style And Budget

If a cookie cutter wedding dress is not for you, you’re in luck, because today we’re skipping the bridal boutique and making a stylish case for the unconventional bride. Not only do these frocks, which range from bohemian to ethereal, have one-of-a-kind appeal, they’re also perfectly in keeping with your fashionable sensibilities. So whether you’re planning a black tie affair or a beachside bash, you’re sure to find a style that suits you, your budget, and the occasion. Click through to shop now.

Carven Crepe Maxi Dress ($850)

There’s something so incredibly chic about a dress without all the bells and whistles. The off-the-shoulder cut and subtle bow at the waist lend this sleek number just the right amount of femininity and elegance.

Rachel Zoe Dane Mesh Gown ($575)

Keep the delicate embroidery the focus of this dress by styling it with simple jewellery and pulled-back hair.

Rochas Floral Bonded Duchesse Satin Dress ($5685)

If traditional white is out of the question, try a soft neutral hue with a barely-there print. The retro bride is sure to love this short, fit-and-flare silhouette, which is perfect for showing off a statement (something blue, perhaps?) heels.

Tory Burch Merida Dress ($795)

An effortlessly chic mini guipure lace dress is a charming choice for a relaxed backyard wedding.

H&M Rhinestone-Trimmed Dress ($99)

Who says you have to break the bank for the perfect wedding dress? This embellished number looks expensive, but comes with a ridiculously affordable price tag!

Alice + Olivia Jaelyn Cross-Front Pleated Chiffon Gown ($484)

A keyhole cutout and exposed back lend this Grecian dress its of-the-moment appeal.

Laundry by Shelli Segal Shimmer Gathered Bodice Gown ($365)

For petite brides, a diaphanous gown that emphasises the neckline and waist is an ultra-flattering pick

Anna Sui Aiguille Gown ($1200)

Play up the ‘20s-inspired glamour of this floor-length gown with soft finger waves and tassel earrings.

Burberry Prorsum Mulberry Silk Long Dress ($3995)

From the incredibly flattering cut to the charming bow on the back, we adore every detail of this silk dress. It’s stunning, period.

Helmut Lang Sheer Inset Maxi Dress ($345)

Channel the late Caroline Bessette Kennedy on your big day with a slinky slip dress, albeit with a modern twist, like mesh panels.

For Love & Lemons San Marcos Dress ($224)

The simplicity of this embroidered mesh dress is everything. You can dress it up with jewellery or keep it super clean with just a red lip and nude heels.

Sophia Kokosalaki Thalassa Ruched Crepe Dress ($2280)

If you’d prefer a contemporary look, try a strapless cut and shorter hemline.

Miguelina Eve Belted Long Lace Dress ($695)

Pair this belted lace dress with jewel-encrusted sandals for a low-key reception in the sand.

Reformation Citrine Dress ($518)

Beloved brand Reformation had bohemian brides everywhere rejoicing with the launch of their bridal collection late last month. We’re particularly smitten with the Citrine Dress, a sultry maxi dress with deep V-neck and side slit.

Tibi Flume Asymmetrical Long Dress ($675)

The vintage-loving bride is sure to adore the column shape and asymmetrical front wrap design of this dress.

Black Halo Spaghetti Strap Neoprene with Cascade Ruffle Gown ($575)

We love the way the front slit balances the sweetness of the heart-shaped neckline for a look that is equal parts sexy and elegant.