Looks from Spring 2015 Bridal Week: Oscar de la Renta, J. Mendel, Vera Wang, Marchesa, Monique Lhuillier, Carolina Herrera, Reem Acra, Watters, Alberta Ferreti, Zac Posen, Modern Trousseau, Jenny Lee, Naeem Khan, Temperley London, and Anne Barge
I have presented you with the absolute best bridal looks from each of the major collections, one per collection. For me, there must be an haute couture element in every stunning bridal gown. Whether its beading, lace, structure, pleating, or draping any of these details will ensure a knock-out, awe inspiring look on anyone’s big day. I prefer an elegant A-line style because it fills up the space and gives you a princess moment without making you look like an 18th century french aristocrat. If you choose a mermaid style, never do a harsh silhouette. Instead, it should nip you in, just slightly, and flow out at the bottom. Always keep accessories to a minimum, (dramatic earrings are a great choice) makeup understated, and hair pulled back to allow your exquisite dress and above all, you, to radiate in the spotlight.