Getting married in the off-season? These beautiful wedding dresses prove that you don't have to sacrifice style for warmth or vice versa! Embrace the cooler temps with anything-but-frumpy sleeves and heavier fabrics. Bejeweled details and ruffles are especially apropos for this magical time of year. (P.S. Mark your calendars — these new styles hit stores in January 2017.)
The fall 2017 edition of Bridal Fashion Week just wrapped up in New York City, and we're still reeling from the hundreds of gorgeous wedding gowns that paraded before our eyes.
Break the mold with a unique polygonal ring. Here, a few of our favorite multi-sided sparklers.
Plunging Vs may have reigned supreme at Bridal Fashion Week, but there were also gorgeous options on the opposite side of the spectrum. High-neck gowns are ultra-elegant and regal, perfect for the bride who wants a timeless look. They are especially flattering for women who are on the taller side or have broad shoulders.
This season, Bridal Fashion Week told a tale of two textures: feathered cuffs and necklines conjured images of beautiful Swan Lake ballerinas while fringe-fest skirts evoked the music festival scene. No matter which category you fall into, these looks will take you on a fashionable journey.
These aren't your Grandma's shawls! Dramatic capelets stole the show at Berta, Mira Zwillinger, Naeem Khan, and more of the latest designer runway shows. Unique cover-ups aren't just for the cold-weather months — use them in lieu of a veil or to switch up your look from ceremony to reception.
While all eyes may be on the bride and groom, wedding guests will still want to be dressed appropriately. But even if the invitation lists a dress code, it's not always so simple to find something that is comfortable, stylish, and appropriate for the venue and season. Whether the event dictates a dress that is long, short, bejeweled or simple, these wedding guest dress ideas will inspire style at any celebration.