Another bridal fashion week has come and gone with gowns making me resent every single choice I made at my wedding and my only consolation is the fact that I didn’t have the time or the money to get or have tailored any of these dresses. But if you are a future bride (don’t have to have a prospect, I started my dream wedding dress folder years before and helped many brides ever since) here are the 60 best bridal looks for fall weddings of 2017.
I’m going to be assertive about something: this summer, no one has more (really close) friends getting married than I do. I don’t know what the hell happened that made them all decide to tie the knot the exact same year and make me go bankrupt or miss some weddings I absolutely dread missing, but it happened. So now I feel like it’s more than just a blog post when I write about bridal stuff and even though most of them already bought their dresses, they’re still %100 more into anything wedding related. Long story short, here are my favorite 50 dresses from the Bridal Spring 2017 collections, for those who are getting ready for the big day and those who just like to look at pretty white gowns.
To be honest, princess perfect gowns of J.Mendel have never been “my thing” before, I always liked them for sure but they were never dreamy to me, until this spring 2017 bridal collection. Minimal with a bohemian flair, body hugging clean dresses with intricate pleats or embellishments seem perfect for a potential special day. And I like baby blue as an alternative color to classic white, I wasn’t such a big fan of green or pink wedding dresses.
Like every other born-in-the-late-80’s girl, my teenage years passed pretty much by being obsessed about Kate Moss, then Sienna Miller, then arguing which one is better than the other and then eventually letting it all go by the time you hit your 20s and figure out you have more important things to worry about in life. However there is still something that gets me going about the Miller-Mania and that is the swoon worthy bridal collection sister Savannah Miller created for Stone Fox Bride, modeled by Dree Hemingway (like, are you trying to make me get divorced and get married again just for another wedding party?). Priced between $3,800 and $5,900, this 7 gown collection including bias cuts, off shoulders, lace sleeves, halter necks, spaghetti straps, robes and bows is what every modern bride can ever want.
This is the first I’m hearing of Alon Livné, but it definitely won’t be the last time you’ll be hearing about him from me. The Fall 2016 bridal collection, which was inspired by 19th century Russian ballet, is just too good to be squished into a best of post. Both sexy and graceful at the same time, Livné masterfully blended 20’s mirth and Edwardian solemnity in intricate lacework, shimmer, mesh and feathers. I honestly haven’t seen a bridal collection that is this good in a long, long time. Especially this dress. OH-MY-GOD.