Desert Bloom: 8 Breezy Dresses for Your Big Day

Wedding Dresses
Desert Bloom Dresses, Samuel Couture

Photo: Noe Dewit; Styling by Deborah Watson

Searching for the perfect wedding dress to say "I do" to? Then look no further than these eight bridal beauties. Equal parts sexy and romantic, these easy, breezy textured gowns are heating up the wedding aisle. From classic sheaths and romantic A-line dresses to boho-inspired looks and elegant lace numbers, our cover girl Britt Maren models some of the prettiest looks we saw this season.

Delicate lace will never go out of style, but this illusion silk-organza-and-lace gown from Samuelle Couture (above) proves you can interpret the fabric in a trend-forward way. The beautiful open back, sheer skirt, and newly popular elbow-length sleeves make this beautiful wedding dress so different than your mother's lace gown. Silk-organza-lined dress with lace overlay and lace flower appliques, price upon request, Samuelle Couture

Desert Bloom Dresses, Yolan Cris

Photo: Noe Dewit; Styling by Deborah Watson

This silk-tulle gown from YolanCris is the epitome of modern romance. Paired with French lace details and pearl appliques, this flowing gown will seriously stun down your wedding aisle. Embroidered silk-tulle gown with French lace and mother-of-pearl appliques, $4,300, YolanCris

Desert Bloom Dresses, Vera Wang

Photo: Noe Dewit; Styling by Deborah Watson

Channel your inner flower child with this retro-inspired tulle gown from Vera Wang Bride. The straight neckline, layered skirt, and floral appliques speak to that beloved retro-vibe will still looking entirely chic. Tulle gown with flower appliques, price upon request, Vera Wang Bride; Sweater, Ryan Roche

Desert Bloom Dresses, Reem Acra

Photo: Noe Dewit; Styling by Deborah Watson

For a more formal look, we're obsessed with this Grecian-inspired wedding dress from Reem Acra. The twisted silk chiffon bodice is shows some skin yet still remains demure, making it the perfect fit for a spring or summer wedding. Draped silk-chiffon goddess gown with cut-out details, price upon request, Reem Acra

Desert Bloom Dresses, Monique Lhuillier

Photo: Noe Dewit; Styling by Deborah Watson

Maren's cover look, a beautiful lace sheath from Monique Lhuillier, is a classic we'll never stop coveting. The soft cap sleeves and dainty lace are perfectly feminine while still looking fashion-forward. Embroidered lace illusion cap-sleeved sheath, $6,900, Monique Lhuillier

Desert Bloom Dresses, Watters

Photo: Noe Dewit; Styling by Deborah Watson

Two-piece bridal looks have proved to be a lasting trend. This style pairs an incredibly voluminous tulle skirt from Watters with an edgy bra top and jacket. Layered tulle skirt, $1,250, Watters; Jacket, Brunello Cucinelli; Bra top, Tess Giberson

Desert Bloom Dresses, Houghton

Photo: Noe Dewit; Styling by Deborah Watson

Calling all bohemian brides! This simple silk crepe wedding dress from Houghton is perfect for your laid-back nuptials. As a bonus, the daring slit is totally customizable thanks to pretty Swarovski buttons, so go daring with exposed legs or fasten the skirt to open just below your knee. Silk-crepe-de-chine dress with Swarovski buttons, $2,950, Houghton

Desert Bloom Dresses Yolan Cris Crochet

Photo: Noe Dewit; Styling by Deborah Watson

Who knew a wedding dress with long sleeves and a high neckline could be this sexy? This YolanCris gown proves that lacey looks can feel so of-the-moment. Fine-crochet and lace dress, $4,300, YolanCris

For more beautiful wedding dress inspiration, check out our April/May issue, available on newsstands and for download now!

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