Twice a year, we head to New York Bridal Market to see the latest and greatest in bridal. Of course, Market never fails to disappoint in terms of providing so many new/beautiful gowns!
Among so many gorgeous gowns, there are bound to be some standouts; so we were met with the tough job of going through all the stunning photos from this past weekend and choosing some highlights that we just had to share.
Here are some highlights…
Anne Barge had some classic beauties, complete with a drop-waist version of their much-loved “Berkeley” gown.
We know Caroline Castigliano makes the perfect ball gown; but her “Love Is In The Air” collection hit it out of the park with these gorgeous fitted gowns.
Elizabeth Fillmore married the worlds of haute couture and boho with her most recent collection. We’re loving floral applique!
Lela Rose showed off clean lines & capelets, very true to their aesthetic.
Maids get love at Market, too! We can not wait to have this new metallic chiffon fabric in-store (as seen on the left).
Hayley Paige was as sparkly and effervescent as ever! The dress on the left includes whimsical words on the skirt, while the skirt of “Jem” is reminiscent of a sweet confection.
Two of our favorites from Modern Trousseau…we love a fully sparkled bodice & figure-flattering ruching!
Our friend and Modern Trousseau designer Callie Tein debuted her new label, Muse at this Bridal Market. “Brielle” features a stunning, dramatic long detachable train, and “Luna” is hand-beaded with smoky stones.
Monique Lhuillier is celebrating their 20th anniversary this year, so this collection features tributes to their best-selling gown of years past.
Bliss Monique Lhuillier was the epitome of feminine beauty, with delicate details and embroidery.