10 Dresses From New York Fashion Week That Make Unusual Wedding Outfit
New York Fashion Week was interesting in many different aspects but while most have been looking out for Spring trends in ready-to-wear we are more interested in what runway pieces would make great wedding outfit. Here are the ten frocks that are sure to make you stand out amongst the bride-to-bes.
New York Fashion Week Wedding Outfits
Typically designers make separate wedding collections but those who don’t sometimes include wedding looks into their ready-to-wear lines. And even if they don’t some of these dresses can surely make an unusual bridal outfit. Just add accessories and a veil and voila.
Marchesa Spring 2016
Although it’s not Marchesa’s finishing dress, we liked it much much more. It’s heavenly in almost literal way and it’s not typically white, which would make a non-traditional bride-to-be so happy. This dress calls for minimal accessorizing and a simple veil, which is quite fitting since Marchesa isn’t a cheap brand.
Mara Hoffman Spring 2016
If you’ve been looking for a boho chic wedding dress look no further as this Mara Hoffman frock is every bit relaxed and chic and everything a boho bride needs. The cherky stars at the hem add a bit of punk rock to the outfit but you can downplay them with the right accessories.
Rachel Zoe Spring 2016
If you are throwing a cottage or rustic wedding Rachel Zoe’s got an outfit for you. This amazing lace dress with a pleated skirt and sleeves is simply made for a wedding ceremony somewhere on a ranch or a farm in a decorated barn with hay stacks for seating.
Jenny Packham Spring 2016
A wrap skirt and two texture combo is what makes this Jenny Packham dress an interesting traditional bridal dress alternative. It’s classy and features a flattering V neck and a flirty bow at the waist.
Dennis Basso Spring 2016
Dennis Basso offers to make your wedding outfit completely unique with this frock that has a deep V neck embroidered top and a basque and an old school ruffle skirt. The creamy yellow is only accented by green and yellow flowers that decorate the top.
Christian Siriano Spring 2016
If you’re after a striking winter dress Christian Siriano has an option. Long-sleeved lace top and full feather skirt will definitely make an impression. The casual style of the top and grandness of the skirt make a great contrast and is definitely one of our favorite wedding dress trends.
Carolina Herrera Spring 2016
Speaking of trends, try a cropped top skirt combo with Carolina Herrera. Her RTW collection has a beautiful outfit of gentlest lavender embroidered with pearls and jewels. If you are deterred by an open stomach yours could be one of the most unique wedding outfits ever.
Badgley Mischka Spring 2016
A sequined skirt definitely has the 20’s vibe about it so if you are looking to create a flapper-inspired look here is a Badgley Mischka dress that is almost flapper but has its own thing going too. This is a great option for those who aren’t much into spaghetti straps but very much into sequins.
Badgley Mischka Spring 2016
Another Badgley Mischka creation is a Greek goddess style one shoulder dress with an embroidered belt that look incredibly sophisticated and yet not overdone. Accessories can be as bold or understated as you would like them to be.
Michael Costello Spring 2016
Decorated busts are always striking and Michael Costello created a dress that consists of an embroidered top, which ends beautifully at the neck revealing just the decollete and a small triangle of abs. It then extends to the hips embracing the textured white skirt with a mermaid silhouette.
Which one of these beautiful dresses would you choose as your wedding outfit?