Spring 2017 Bridal Preview

We couldn’t wait to share our latest collection of wedding dresses with you!
For spring 2017, our design team created more than 40 new bridal gowns: some modern, some romantic, some dramatic. In other words, we hope you’ll find one that takes your breath away and makes you feel like the most beautiful bride in the world.
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Back interest: Our designers consider every angle to ensure your gown delivers a 360-degree statement. Just imagine the impact you’ll make in one of these stunners.

Simply elegant: Airy layers of lace fall gracefully from the pleated sweetheart bodice of this sheath wedding dress.

David’s Bridal VP of Design with Beaded Gown

“A bride chooses her dress based on which one is most flattering, so we really pay attention to that–where the hipline hits, how the boning is angled, and the placement of each appliqué and sequin.”

– Jose Solis, VP of Design

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The new collection spans every style and silhouette, from a blush-colored ball gown to an off-the-shoulder A-line.

Train or no train: The ethereal chapel train on Melissa Sweet’s sheath wedding dress is detachable, so you can have the best of both worlds.

Hidden feature: A handy detail included in this off-the-shoulder Oleg Cassini: pockets for stashing your lipstick or vow cue cards.

Bridal Hairstyle with Fresh Flowers

If your dress features an amazing back, consider an updo that shows it off! When it comes to adding fresh flowers, hairstylist Shinya Nakagawa from Artlist Inc. suggests picking brighter blooms that stand out against your hair color.

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Illusion lace, statement crystals, or a corset that ties in the back–each wedding gown wows in its own way.

Chic lines: Proof that opposites attract, this sheath’s sleek, high-neck front makes the low, ruffled back even more dramatic.

Rosy outlook: A blush wedding dress is a subtle way to wear color for your walk down the aisle.

Makeup artist Asami Matsuda from Artlist Inc. says to have fun with your big-day beauty prep:“Try everything, practice, and take pictures so you can really see how it looks.”To get their bridal glow, our models wore a dab of shimmering moisturizer on their skin.

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