J. Mendel’s latest collection centered on elegant, form-fitting looks with a hint of drama. This sculptural dress was a standout—perfect for a traditional-yet-edgy bride.
As always, Carolina Herrera went the classic, feminine route. This strapless gown— complete with a bow-trimmed waist and delicately floral-patterned skirt—channeled Audrey Hepburn in 1954’s Sabrina.
Oscar de la Renta added a hint of romantic, bohemian drama to his classic gowns. Here, lace applique shows up on both the dress’s bustier and its matching veil.
Marchesa’s collection is straight out of a fairytale. This lace look, with its sweetheart neckline and cap sleeves, is particularly princess-worthy.
For Spring 2015, Vera Wang veered away from her traditionally regal looks, favoring sleekness over volume. This simple number, made out of silk chiffon, is chic and light.