We're just back in Denver after a whirlwind Bridal Fashion Week in New York, where bridal designers from around the world showed their new collections and where we at Little White Dress Bridal Shop picked out all the new gowns we'll have in store next spring. We'll be sharing lots more on our blog in the coming days, with in-depth coverage of all the fabulous runway shows and the latest collections. But for now we're sharing a recap of our favorite gowns from Little White Dress' lineup of talented designers.
We had hundreds and hundreds of gowns to choose from and we are so excited about the selection we're bringing to our brides. Rather than choose gowns and accessories based on trends that may or may not stick around (Google "bridal crop top" for an example!), we are always focused on choosing the most stylish, timeless, and beautiful selection for all our brides - whether they're getting married on the beach, ball room, or mountaintop, whether they're traditional or more modern, and whether they have a $1,500 budget or a $15,000 budget.
With that - our top picks from Bridal Fashion Week!
This gown from Claire Pettibone's stunning and unique Gothic Angel collection left our jaws on the floor. With shimmering metallic lace, the most delicate sleeves, and just the right amount of embellishment at the waist, it manages to be both romantic and modern, and unlike anything we've ever seen before. We knew we had to have this dress at Little White Dress!
Light and silky fabric paired with cascading (and elongating) sequins: this Reem Acra gown put a big ol' smile on our faces. Imagine dancing the night away in this dress! The slit is optional, so you can go show-stopping or more demure (as demure as a sequined bodice can get!).
Who knew that macrame could be so romantic and modern? We've seen a lot of things, but we'd never seen macrame embroidery - until we saw this gorgeous dress by Liancarlo. In an ultra-flattering shape and with lots of incredible texture, we loved this one the moment she caught our eye.
Leave it to Naeem Khan to have us in utter awe over every single gown in his new collection. When it came time to choose which ones to bring to Little White Dress, we couldn't pass up this glamorous ball gown. With a silver beaded bodice and a skirt that is light as air, we can already picture this gown twirling in the ball rooms of Denver and the winter wonderlands of the mountains.
For brides looking for a clean, unembellished dress that is anything but boring - the search is over: this Anne Barge gown is your dress. We have never, ever seen such a stunningly simple gown. Shown here with a removable belt, just imagine the accessorizing that could be done with this dress - or let the simplicity shine through with minimal jewelry and accessories. We still can't decide which version we love more - classic ivory, or the palest blush shown here. Either way, you can't go wrong with this gown!
This Matthew Christopher gown was a no brainer for us. Romantic, unique, versatile, and just plain pretty, this dress is an updated version of one of our most popular gowns, Sofia by Matthew Christopher. We know this brand new beauty will be an even bigger hit with our brides!
The softest lace, an easy fit, optional sleeves, and that instant It-girl factor. This Charlie Brear gown has Little White Dress Bride written all over it, in the most effortlessly beautiful way that is synonymous with Colorado brides.
Our brides aren't afraid of a little color, which is why we were smitten with this Marchesa gown in the loveliest shade of champagne. Since we can't all be as sun-kissed as this model, we tested out the color against our paler skin (some may in fact call our skin color a shade of translucent), and it was just as flattering. We're picturing this warm-hued gown against a cozy Colorado fall backdrop.
Let us count the ways we love this dress by Sassi Holford: 1) Guipure lace has that vintage vibe without following any trend that screams vintage. 2) The V-back shows just enough skin without leaving you completely exposed. 3) The slight illusion with lining on the back extending a few inches below the lace. 4) The way the lace on the sleeve hangs in the prettiest way. We could go on... but let's just say that we know our brides will love this dress as much as we do!
This voluminous, romantic, lace-bodice ball gown by Lis Simon is fantastic. When you hear that it retails for LESS than $2,000, it goes to a whole new level of amazing. Not every bride can (or wants to!) break the bank for her wedding dress, but that doesn't mean she should sacrifice style and quality. That's why we love that this gown is a whole lotta amazing dress for not a whole lotta money.
All of these gorgeous gowns and many more are coming to Little White Dress Bridal Shop in Denver in Spring 2015! Keep an eye here for more coverage of Bridal Fashion Week, including the complete collections from several of our designers and behind-the-scenes as we picked gowns and accessories for our brides!