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Day Three: NYC Bridal Market Top Ten {Part Two}
Posted by Kate. Filed under Bridesmaids, Wedding Dress

…Continued from yesterday…

Six.  Pretties from Jenny Lee

Jenny Lee’s showroom was filled with all sorts of lovely.  The luxe fabrics, impeccable design, romantic laces, and feminine pick-ups from these gowns caught my eye…

Seven.  The Hair

I’ve gotta take you back to the Badgley Mischka showroom one more time… the hair on the models was utterly divine.  Kudos to Peter Gray for Moroccan Oil for styling this gorgeous ‘do.

Eight. A Fabulous New Collection from Watters

With showers, rehearsal dinners, and the ‘send-off’  in mind, Vatana Watters created the Encore Collection, filled with classy little white dresses. Love!

Nine.  The Blouson by Nicole Miller

I’m slightly obsessed with the blouson, so I was totally jazzed to see this easy breezy style included in Nicole Miller’s latest line-up. 

Ten.  Dresses for the Modern Maid

Not only did I love the wow colors I saw when I scoped out the latest Alfred Sung maid’s collection, but I loved the chic, contemporary silhouettes.

Allrighty,  that’s three out of four jam-packed days of fabulous bridal fashion.  Stay tuned for one more gorgeous day of re-caps!


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NY Bridal Runway Top Ten: Day no. 3
Posted by Kate. Filed under Wedding Dress

Are you ready for another top ten?  Hope so! There was a little rock n’ roll, avant garde luxury, English sophistication and tons more on the runways this past Sunday…  These were the highlights of our day:

no. 1

The Badgley Mischka Bridal presentation was super fun- featuring dresses that reminded us of the music scene of bygone eras. It was sexy V-necks, bold embellishments, and head-to-toe patterned fabrics that stole our hearts.

no. 2

A stop to see Carolina Herrera’s newest collection had us totally smitten with her couture details, details, details. From a sweet two-toned ballerina ballgown to these sophisticated sleeved beauties, straight up, the gowns are gorg.

no. 3

We were bewitched but never bewildered, when we enjoyed Vera’s avante garde presentation of her latest season of pristinely designed bridals. There was no white to be found on this runway, only sexy shades of nude and black.  You can catch the full collection right {here}.  (All dresses do come in ivory).

no. 4

This three-tiered stunner stole the show at Ulla Maija Couture.

no. 5

The Rivini presentation was utterly impressive.  We were particularly taken with these shades of blush and lilac.

no. 6

Sunday wasn’t complete without a stop at Amy Kuschel’s showroom, where we took in shapely silhouettes, heirloom laces, and her collection of sweet 40’s inspired bridal fashion.

no. 7

It was love at first sight when we saw Lela Rose’s lovely necklines.  Pure bridal perfection.

no. 8

At Ines di Santo, we took in high octane glamour.. We adore those chic, wavy, asymmetrical hairstyles…!

no. 9

When we think of perfect-fit gowns and simple, elegant silhouettes, Nicole Miller always comes to mind. We got the full preview of dresses just right for an ‘understated elegance’ type of bride or for cutting the cake!

no. 10

One of our last stops of the day was a visit with Sassi Holford.  She is such a dazzling English woman, and her designs parallel this with a style of English sophistication.

{All photos by Dan Lecca with the exception of Nicole Miller, Amy Kuschel, and Sassi Holford dress images}

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