Say Yes to the Dress: Bridal Looks from the Fall 2015 Runways
Fashion month has officially wrapped, and we saw no shortage of spectacular creations from the fall/winter 2015 collections. Some stunners, though, deserved more than just a walk down the runway. Read: the aisle. Even though these ready-to-wear designs weren't created with the big day in mind, they easily could have been.
At Marchesa, designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig delivered an outstanding line-up of wow-worthy gowns, like this beyond dreamy number that fused romantic elements (a soft silhouette and pretty pleats) with glam embellishments (exquisite beadwork and metallic threads). And at Valentino, designers Pierpaolo Piccioli and Maria Grazia Chiuri sent out tiers of frothy tulle—perfect for the modern-day bride or for the reception.
From unconventional pale lavender pieces to traditional ivory lace, take a look at the breathtaking gowns that could easily pass for a wedding dress. Be prepared to say "I do."
Designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig dreamed up this beyond breathtaking number that fused romantic elements (a soft silhouette and pretty pleats) with glam embellishments (exquisite beadwork and metallic threads).
A mini with tiers of frothy tulle is perfect for the modern-day bride or for the reception.
Make a dramatic entrance with a sweeping ball gown replete with metallic embellishments and shiny threads.
Nothing is more bridal than a column of sheer white lace—and a delicate cape to match.
Talk about a risk—this ivory number boasts cold-shoulder cut-outs, a keyhole detail, and a dangerously high slit.
The sophisticated textured white tweed set would be the chicest option to wear to City Hall.
For the anti-traditional, look to soft shades like lavender. This one in particular makes good on playful silhouettes and textures.
The three-dimensional textured effect, sheer shoulder panels, and high-low hemline brings this dress to the next level.
Channel your inner princess and glide down the aisle in a bejweled number with unexpected sheer panels.
Break the norm and eschew the usual whites with strawberry champagne separates.
No frills here! For the minimalist, gravitate toward a sleek and simple slip dress.
Oscar de la Renta
Dial up the drama with a white column embroidered with bold black blooms.
Shimmer with every step with this pearl-studded light-refracting number.
This one is demure from the front with its frill-free aesthetic and covered-up sleeves, but it's sexy from behind with a draped open back.
Dare to stand out with a fit-and-flared strapless mini layered over matching wide-leg trousers.
Ralph Lauren Collection
Take the romantic route with a lace long-sleeve, high-neck gown that hugs every curve.