Front Row at Bridal Fashion Week: The Best Looks from Day Three

Wedding Dresses

Bridal Fashion Week kicked off in New York City! Designers like Marchesa, Oscar de la Renta, Jenny Packham, Amsale, Monique Lhuiller, and more will debut their brand new wedding dress collections, and Brides Fashion Director Rachel Leonard will be catching every single show. As part of an ongoing fashion week series, Rachel will spotlight her favorite looks from the day to give our readers front-row access to the wedding world's most gorgeous gowns. So stay tuned for our daily coverage!

Day Three: Amsale, Christos, Ines Di Santo, Peter Langner, Watters, and Naeem Khan were some of the standout shows from yesterday. Here, Rachel's favorite looks from each collection.


Photo: Rachel Leonard

Ines Di Santo: Inspired by lush greenery and rolling fields from the world's most breathtaking gardens, the designer accented his gowns with floral headpieces and dramatic trains. "This huge, tulle train would make a statement down the aisle," Rachel says.


Photo: Rachel Leonard

Watters: "I love this boho-chic dress with the floral crown," Rachel says of the effortlessly cool wedding dress, which would look perfect at a barefoot beach wedding.


Photo: Rachel Leonard

Peter Langner: Langner's collection was filled with clean modern lines and "soft architectural sparkle" says Rachel. This blush gown with an open back and feathered train is fit for a glamorous bride.


Photo: Rachel Leonard

Christos: This season the Christos bride embraces an updated take on modern vintage. "I love this warm color and the delicate floral embroidery," Rachel says of this ethereal strapless gown.


Photo: Rachel Leonard

Amsale: Amsale sent beautifully simple and classic designs down the runway including this "dreamy, soft vanilla gown," which caught Rachel's attention. They also showed a twist on the popular illusion neckline trend: an illusion back.

Naeem Khan Spring 2015 Wedding Dresses

Photo: Rachel Leonard

Naeem Khan: For his second bridal collection, Khan translated his red carpet signatures into ultra-glamorous and imaginative wedding gowns. "This beaded floral gown with a matching cape would give a bride a real life fairy-tale moment," Rachel says.

Stay tuned all week for Rachel's favorite Bridal Fashion Week looks and click here to see more brand new designer wedding dresses!

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