We love everything Hayley Paige does so we most certainly cannot stop swooning over this strapless jewel-encrusted neckline atop a fit to flare Alençon lace silhouette with a chapel train. And as if that isn’t enough, you can add the crystal and alabaster detachable bolero, which takes this seemingly simple lace wedding gown to an entirely new and incredibly magical level.
Claire Pettibone’s wedding gowns always make us feel as if we’ve stepped into a dream. Her Viola gown, from the Windsor Rose China collection, is no exception. The embroidered tulle overlay features delicate lace flowers atop a platinum silk skirt with a mermaid silhouette. The super elegant Guiper lace trims and sheer back would make any one of us feel like a fairy princess.
For the bride who seeks refinement and structure, Charlie Brear brings us a bias cut slipper satin sheath gown with a V-neck and fitted bodice featuring simple, satin buttons. The low, sultry back and short satin train add a little spice to the situation while your styling options are endless because of its structured simplicity. Consider adding a bold necklace or lace jacket to this slim-fitting gown.
Go Grecian with this brushed silk charmeuse column gown. The intricately beaded illusion neckline and delicate cap sleeves give way to a romantic low back and small, elegant train. The smooth, understated skirt is endlessly elegant.
Kate Middleton is as timeless as the lace-sleeve trend she kick-started at her 2011 royal wedding to Prince William. Designer Claire La Faye has received the memo and so much more. These delicate three-quarter-length Chantilly lace sleeves continue into a drop-waist bodice and a full-flare A-line chiffon skirt with a dreamy 18-inch train. Elegant buttons up the back add the perfect final touch.