Winter 2015 Dresses
Manufacturers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig dreamed up this beyond spectacular quantity that fused intimate elements (a smooth silhouette and pretty pleats) with glam embellishments (exquisite beadwork and metallic threads).
A mini with tiers of frothy tulle is perfect for the modern-day bride or even for the reception.
3. Carolina Herrera
Make a dramatic entrance with a sweeping baseball dress replete with metallic embellishments and shiny threads.
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4. Reem Acra
There is nothing much more bridal than a column of absolute white lace—and a fragile cape to suit.
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5. J. Mendel
Speak about a risk—this ivory number boasts cold-shoulder cut-outs, a keyhole information, and a dangerously high slit.
The sophisticated textured white tweed ready would be the chicest option to put on to City Hall.
7. Lela Rose
When it comes to anti-traditional, turn to soft tones like lavender. That one particularly tends to make great on playful silhouettes and designs.
8. Bibhu Mohapatra
The three-dimensional textured impact, sheer shoulder panels, and high-low hemline brings this gown one step further.
Channel your internal princess and glide down the aisle in a bejweled quantity with unexpected sheer panels.
10. Jenny Packham
Break standard and eschew the usual whites with strawberry wine separates.
11. Narciso Rodriguez
No frills right here! For the minimalist, gravitate toward a sleek and easy slide gown.
12. Oscar de la Renta
Dial within the drama with a white column embroidered with strong black blooms.
13. Naeem Khan
Shimmer with each step with this specific pearl-studded light-refracting quantity.
14. Tadashi Shoji
This one is demure from front featuring its frill-free aesthetic and covered-up sleeves, but it's sexy from behind with a draped open-back.
15. Stella McCartney
Dare to stand down with a fit-and-flared strapless mini layered over matching wide-leg trousers.
16. Ralph Lauren Range