10 NYFW Looks You Could Wear on Your Wedding Day

Wedding Dresses
New York Fashion Week Looks for Brides

Photos: Top row, from left to right: Courtesy of Oscar de la Renta, Naeem Khan, Altuzzara, Nonoo, and Sophie Theallet; Bottom row, from left to right: Courtesy of Wes Gordon, Monique Lhuillier, Novis, Adam Lippes, and Sally LaPointe

The Spring/Summer 2015 shows at New York Fashion Week debuted plenty of chic inspiration for spring brides. Trends we're seeing this season? Lots of lace, a return to simplicity, and plenty of white. From minimal to flirty, we're sharing our favorite bridal looks from New York Fashion Week.

Oscar de la Renta: This ivory silk organza peplum bustier and skirt from Oscar's latest ready-to-wear collection is certainly ready to wed.

Naeem Khan: Love prints? Naeem Khan's strapless gown offers a subtle way to work muted florals into your wedding dress.

Altuzzara: Joseph Altuzzara closed his show with three gowns that channeled the brocade silk gowns of the 18th century; a sexy reinvention for today. This romantic gown with a deep V-neckline would shine for a European countryside wedding.

Nonoo: Minimalist brides (like our June/July cover girl, Olivia Palermo!) can channel their classic style in Nonoo's crepe silk tee and pant pairing for a pre-wedding event.

Sophie Theallet: The designer behind our cover girl Lindsay Elligson's wedding dress created a spectacular bias-cut halter dress in pale silver that is refined romance at its best.

Wes Gordon: Timeless and casual at once, Wes Gordon's strapless crepe split-front gown in beautiful white is perfect for a summer wedding.

Monique Lhuillier: The bridal veteran's ready-to-wear collection also included amazing ideas for spring brides, like this column gown with dramatic bell sleeves — picture it in ivory, incredible!

Novis: For the daring minimalist, emerging Novis designer Jordana Warmflash has the gown for you: a beautifully simple silk column.

Adam Lippes: This blush colored gown is at once simple and opulent; the plissé skirt creates incredible movement when the wearer walks, noted the designer at his preview early in the week.

Sally LaPointe: We love this look featuring a boatneck top and midi-length fluted skirt for a confident city bride. Plus, it's an edgy take on the bridal sash.

Which NYFW look is your favorite? Tweet us @BRIDES!

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