With its marshmallow-esque bustling, this gown is voluminous yet light, detailed yet unfussy and a great way to show off a killer pair of shoes.
Thigh-high slits were everywhere! The trend is at its best here in this screen siren dress.
A conservative bride can still feel sexy with genius sheer paneling around the shoulders.
We want to see this easy, textured gown in a barefoot beach wedding.
There was nary a white gown to be found on Vera Wang’s runway–and we loved it. The entire show was a breathtaking parade of antique nudes and raven black.
This skirt and top combination is perfect for a City Hall wedding. The buttoned-up, round collar blouse feels so contemporary, while the skirt is sweetly retro.
This clean column dress is refreshingly simple.
We'll always be fond of classic wedding cake topper-style dresses. This one gets the perfect update with a feather-light skirt.
Sophia Coppola’s sartorial influence echoed throughout the collections. (She wore a lavender Alaia frock to her own nuptials this past summer.) This gown from Vera Wang’s Spring 2012 collection for David’s Bridal marries the new idea of pastels and prints with a shape that’s been around for centuries.
Though every dress in Pettibone's antiquey line is covetable, we fell hard for this one in particular. It reminds us of hand-me-down china.