The Best Fall 2016 Wedding Dresses – For every kind of bride
We’re absolutely in love with the wedding gowns we’ve seen in the Fall 2016 bridal collections by various designers. There’s something for every bride – the untraditional, daring, bohemian, etc.
Check out some of these gowns below and the kind of brides we think would love them.
For the Untraditional Bride: Angel Shanez goes against the grain with this sleek satin jumpsuit. Our favorite look in this post. Even if you don’t want to walk down the aisle in this jumpsuit, we think it’d be great for your reception.
The Modest Bride: Covering up doesn’t have to be boring. Case in point: this detailed, delicate lace gown by Badgley Mischka.
For the Daring Bride: This Vera Wang mermaid-style gown, with its intricate hand embroidered passementiere bodice and ostrich plume skirt, will certainly turn heads.
For the Minimalist Bride: This sleek and structured J. Mendel gown stole our hearts.
For the Princess Bride: This classic Marchesa ball gown features a tiered tulle skirt, a sweetheart bodice, and plenty of glitzy drama.
For the Off-White Bride: Break away from tradition in Carolina Herrera’s soft grey tulle ball gown, which has a plunging V-neck beaded bodice.
For the Romantic Bride: Get swept away in this floral applique A-line gown by Monique Lhuillier.
For the Sultry Bride: Play coy in this Inbal Dror knee-length dress that combines a plunging neckline with practical pockets.
For the Victorian Bride: Oscar De La Renta seamlessly marries a structural silhouette with a delicate lace collar.
For the Bohemian Bride: Float down the aisle in this beaded column and tiered gown by Naeem Khan.