Find Your Bridal Style

Rock and roll, bohemian, minimalist—no matter what vibe you want to channel on your big day, we've got the perfect wedding dress for you (and everything to go with it).


The Rock-and-Roll Bride

All attitude and no froth, this look is for those who look to Bianca Jagger as a bridal icon (she married Rolling Stoner Mick Jagger, after all). Break tradition and look for slim-cut or billowy pants, dressed up in luxe fabrics like silk and tulle. White never had so much attitude.

The Rock-and-Roll Bridal Bouquet

Goth-tinged roses in a blood red hue are deeply feminine without being girly.

The Rock-and-Roll Bride, Sky's the Limit

A tailored pantsuit feels tough, while sky-high bright stilettos add just the right amount of whimsy. Crystal brooches in jet (silver or gold is just a tad too safe) not only lend sparkle, but offbeat appeal.

The Rock-and-Roll Bride on a Budget

A billowy jumper encapsulates that louche-cool vibe Marianne Faithfull owned in the '60s. Cutout platforms are sexy yet unexpected, while spike jewelry lends an edge to the whole look.

The Bohemian Bride

Soft, whimsical and deeply flirty, these pieces are for free spirits who are going for ethereal over glamorous. A loose, flowy silhouette is key, as are delicate touches that hint at nature.

The Bohemian Bridal Bouquet

Nothing looks more sweetly laid-back than flowers that seem to have been freshly picked from a field.

The Bohemian Bride, Sky's the Limit

Tiers of white move beautifully in the breeze for, say, a beach wedding, while turquoise jewelry and a floral hairpin look equally earthy. Pearl-strung sandals appear delightfully dressy but are blissfully comfortable.

The Bohemian Bride on a Budget

A no-fuss dress with just a bit of ruffle looks put-together, but also effortless. Elevate the look with shoulder-dusting earrings and a hint of sparkle in the form of a sweet sandal.

The City Hall Bride

For a truly no-frills affair—while still keeping things dressy—go for a flirty frock with feminine flourishes and simple accessories.

City Hall Bridal Bouquet

Nothing could be more elegantly fresh than a bundle of pristine white roses set among lush green accents.

The City Hall Bride, Sky's the Limit

A simple white cocktail number gets deeply sophisticated with gorgeous allover rosettes. A strand of pearls and blush-toned heels chicly tie everything together.

The City Hall Bride on a Budget

The simple, clean lines of a sheath dress look counter a whimsical bow at the waist, while girlish accessories make the outfit appear sweetly special.

The Minimalist Bride

Sleek and refined styles feel utterly modern while still giving a nod to tradition.

The Minimalist Bridal Bouquet

Lush violet is a welcome burst of color against all white.

The Minimalist Bride, Sky's the Limit

A long column gown creates a statuesque silhouette. The gems on the ultra-luxe satin shoes pick up the shine of delicate teardrop earrings without being too flashy.

The Minimalist Bride on a Budget

Floor-length white is pleasingly simple, but the wrap neckline creates a slightly sexy hourglass shape. Little hints of gold—streamlined heels, a dainty necklace, heart-shaped earrings—elevate the look into something truly elegant.

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