Wednesday Roundup: Bridal Market

It’s that time of year again..bridal market time, featuring the release of the 2016 Spring collections from all of our favorite wedding dress designers. Looking through photos of the shows it seems that curve hugging silhouettes and sheer panels dominated the runway. There was a lot of skin happening. It’s out there and personally, I like it. I’ve picked out a few of my favorite looks and can’t wait to see these in action over the coming seasons.

Loving the peek-a-boo panels on this simple Vera Wang . vera wang

I also loved this Vera Wang with a hidden mini skirt, crop top and illusion neckline. It’s just the right mix without going over the top.

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Monique Lhuillier is speaking to my girly side with these layers of blush tulle, not to mention the ultra feminine lace edges.monique lhuillier Jenny Packham brought in some bling and muted greige tones and I love itjenny packham The beadwork on this Jenny Packham is just so stunning and would fit right in with an upscale garden soiree.jenny packham 2 This dress from Pamella Roland really caught my eye. It is such a classic look but offers a lot of modern drama with the hint of peplum in the layered train.pamella roland Marchesa can do no wrong and this ruffled skirt is all kinds of right. marchesa Last but not least I am obsessing over the tailored stitch detailing on this fit and flare Nicole Miller gown. It is just so beautiful, can fit any style and would look amazing on its own or complimented with some bold accessories.nicole miller

Are you drooling over any must have gowns? I know I am!

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