Exotic Destination Wedding Dresses

It’s bridal fashion week in NYC and that means new dresses going down the runways and new looks for you to try on at trunk shows traveling the country in the coming weeks and months.  The dresses were, of course, fab-u-lous!  We’ll be sharing some of our favorite destination wedding dress looks and a few trends we picked up on along the way.  Today – the exotic inspired wedding dress – perfect for a destination wedding!  From intricate Moroccan and Indian inspired beading to colors and florals reminiscent of an Asian princess, we fell in love with these exotic looks.

The top dress with a floral headpiece is the latest by Claire Pettibone while the high neck look next to it is .  The grey floral applique is by Douglas Hannant and the ballgown by Marchesa.  The two bottom fitted gowns are by the design duo Badgley Mischka.  Happy shopping ladies!

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Bridal Market Fall 2012

new Carolina Herrera wedding dressesNow that the shows have come to just about an end, today is a brief recap of our favorite new destination wedding dresses hot off the bridal market runways.  Pictured above, two fabulous new bridal gowns from the always sophisticated Carolina Herrera.  Love, love, love this watercolor tulle gown with sash and sweetheart neckline.  Dare I say – swoon?  Yes, I said it.  It’s perfection (for any wedding, not just a destination wedding).

This halter gown from Anne Bowen shows off one of this coming season’s newest trends while the Christos gown rocks that fashion-forward and fabulous asymmetrical look.  Claire Pettibone short or cap sleeve is always a favorite for a destination wedding with her simple silhouettes and light lace fabrics.  Whereas Pronovias has that sexy but traditional Spanish-infused look perfect for an exotic destination wedding and Monique Lhuillier’s ethereal gown would flow down any windy aisle flawlessly.

Have fun shopping ladies!  These gowns will start to make the salon rounds in the coming months and will be available by next season’s nuptials.wedding dresses for destination weddingsAs expected, we found lace, lace, and more lace in most collections.  Perhaps thanks to Princess Catherine’s wedding, but regardless of the reason, we’re loving the look – a bit more traditional, worldly, and lightweight way to walk down that exotic aisle!

{All Photos from TheKnot.com except Claire Pettibone Images from Brides.com}

 

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