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OSCAR DE LA RENTA

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.

MONIQUE L'HUILLIER

Thigh-high slits were everywhere! The trend is at its best here in this screen siren dress.

LELA ROSE

A conservative bride can still feel sexy with genius sheer paneling around the shoulders.

REEM ACRA

We want to see this easy, textured gown in a barefoot beach wedding.

VERA WANG

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.

TULLE

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. 

CAROLINA HERRERA

This clean column dress is refreshingly simple. 

AMSALE

We'll always be fond of classic wedding cake topper-style dresses.  This one gets the perfect update with a feather-light skirt.

WHITE BY VERA WANG

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. 

CLAIRE PETTIBONE

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.