Trends: Top Of The Line

The best new looks from the bridal fashion runways



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If thoughts of hipster-cool bolo ties, cowboy boots, and Pendelton blanket décor set your heart aflutter, don a dress from Claire Pettibone’s wild-west-meets-Little-House-on-the-Prairie collection. Shop Claire Pettibone at Alta Moda Bridal Boutique.


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Fancy yourself a free spirit? Wear flowers in your hair and a hippie-chic frock to skip down the aisle. Consider something globally inspired by Houghton Bride (L to R), an easy-breezy style by Ti Adora by Alvina Valenta, or Galia Lahav’s “Les Reves Bohemiens” collection.


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Dare to bare a little skin in a fashion-forward style featuring translucent fabrics and peek-a-boo details. We love Hayley Paige’s illusion lace dress (L to R), Monique Lhuillier’s cherry blossom V-neck sparkle confetti tulle ball gown, and Vera Wang’s elegantly edgy lingerie-like number. Shop Hayley Paige and Monique Lhuillier at Alta Moda Bridal Boutique.


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For a refreshing alternative to wedding white, step out in a softly hued design such as Jim Hjelm Occasions’s two-tone bridesmaid dress (L to R), Theia’s painterly floral pattern, or Lazaro’s multicolor strapless ball gown. Shop Theia at Alta Moda Bridal Boutique.