Is there anything better then spending hours checking out stunning gowns and dreaming about dressing people in them? We don't think so! Bridal Fashion Weeks are certainly the time to live that dream. We wanted to share with you some of our favorite looks that are *to die for*.
Jenny Packham is my person. I absolutely love ALL of her gowns but there is something special about Cora. I truly love the simplicity of the body of the gown with the added sparkle of AH-MAZING detailed straps. If someone buys me this gown, I will wear it every day. I promise. It is that beautiful.
Truly, this gown is just... SO SWEET. The sweetheart neckline is beautiful and all of the embroidered florals are perfectly placed. NOT TO MENTION the veil. Cathedral. Embroidered. Floral. Perfection. This dress would be perfect for a whimsical wedding or, for my Tuesday wardrobe (I can totally wear a bridal gown every day right? It's fine.)
The back of the gown... I cannot. It is unlike anything I have ever seen which is why I *had* to show you. I also love the floral details... is anyone surprised?
Miranda Priestly can suck it. The plunging V neckline combined with the amazing back gives this dress a little edge that I love a lot. I would also be happy to wear this, adding it into my weekly rotation. Seriously, I am open and available, Lela Rose, call me.
Sweet Caroline! I am honestly obsessed with this Carolina Herrera gown. I love that this gown contradicts the flowy and ethereal trends as of late with a fitted bodice, beautiful ivory hue and classic silhouette that makes me reminisce about Audrey Hepburn or Grace Kelly. This gown would look beautiful in a classic ballroom setting or could be juxtaposed against the natural beauty of a vineyard to be a true showstopper.
Completely opposite my Carolina obsession, we have this absolutely breathtaking Kelly Faetanini gown. To me, this gown is the epitome of ethereal, with an incredibly subtle blush ombre. It's no secret that I'm a sucker for blush gowns and while this gown absolutely offers a feminine tone, the gradual introduction of the blush tones make this dress appropriate without being overtly feminine.
I absolutely love a gorgeous Reem Acra lace gown. Unlike the incredibly fitted lace gowns we've been seeing as of late, this gown offers some structure while maintaining an elegant ballgown shape (can you tell I'm obsessed with ballgowns?). I love the modern feeling Chantilly lace and the corset-style top that's a little sweet and a little sexy. The scalloping detail at the hem is the cherry on top of this beautiful dress. I'd love to see this in a unique setting, like a warehouse or an industrial space.
What Bridal Week fashions are you loving? Share it with us in the comments!
Kaitlynn + Emma