Fall 2015’s Best Wedding Dresses

We love these seven pretty bridal looks.

Honor and Stone Fox Bride

Carolina Herrera’s fresh take on the traditional off-the-shoulder bolero gown offers brides a mix of old and new. Courtesy of Carolina Herrera.


Those seeking bohemian romanticism with a punk rock edge will find it in this collaboration between Honor and Stone Fox Bride. Courtesy of Stone Fox Bride.


Marchesa’s new collection focused on regal, voluminous dresses with just a hint of jaw-dropping drama. This strapless cathedral gown with delicate chiffon flower detailing was made for a fairytale wedding. Courtesy of Marchesa.


Monique Lhuiller had the untraditional bride in mind with this mint green, embellished lace number. Courtesy of Monique Lhuiller.


This strapless, ankle-length dress from Oscar de la Renta epitomizes the designer’s ultra-feminine aesthetic and timeless elegance. Courtesy of Oscar de la Renta.


Vera Wang’s use of metallic floral appliqué on a streamlined silhouette is a stroke of genius. Courtesy of Vera Wang.


Delphine Manivet presented a collection of sleek, sultry gowns, like this one, with its plunging neckline and chiffon overlay. Photo by John Aquino/ WWD.