Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Bridal Fashion Week Collections Continued

Here is a look at more of the collections from Bridal Fashion Week. Up first, the one who truly set the scene:




This show was more than just a runway, it was a total atmosphere. Set in a loft in the Meat Packing District, lighted trees surrounded the brick room. The music and feel only enhanced the dresses. I love Jenny's whimsical yet refined look. It may be vintage, but has just enough sparkle to stand out!

Photos Courtesy: Jenny Packham 



Maggie Sottero is known for her modern dresses at affordable prices. She played with lots of texture and lace this season while still staying true to her body flattering designs. 
 
Photos Courtesy: Kurt Wilberding via The Knot




Yes, it's everyone's favorite Say Yes to the Dress designer. Pnina stayed true to her sultry style, but one new trend she went with this season was long sleeves. Even though you may be covered head to toe - she still finds a way to make you look sexy. 

On a side note, Randy, Lori and Monte were at many of the shows I attended. It took everything in me not to say to them, "Let's jack her up!" But much to the surprise of Kyle, I showed some restraint. 

Photos Courtesy: Dan Lecca via WeddingWire





DYING over these - from the pantsuit to the prints. Lazaro took a risk this season and it definitely paid off. After a while at all of these shows, all the dresses can start looking the same. It was so nice to see something different come down the runway, yet wearable at the same time.

Photos Courtesy: Kurt Wilberding via The Knot



I really like what Watters has done with their collection this season. All of their dresses, from fit and flare to empire, do a great job at enhancing each woman's shape. So many styles, and all so flattering! These dresses would photograph well - which is what matters most!

Photos Courtesy: Watters

What are you favorite collections Un-Brides? I want to know!

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