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For brides-to-be, the most exciting part of wedding planning is bringing a dream bridal look to life. And when on the hunt for the perfect pieces, from hair accessories and shoes to everything in between, we typically turn to the runway for inspiration. But we're taking your runway inspo to the next level with a glimpse at fashion's most stylish brides. From show-stopping dresses to breathtaking accessories, these designer brides slay on the runway and down their own aisles.
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Michelle Ochs of Cushnie et Ochs
When Michelle Ochs announced her engagement, we clung to our seats in anticipation of the wedding glam to come. For her intimate destination wedding in the Caribbean, the co-founder and co-designer of ultra feminine line Cushnie et Ochs looked to none other than her own design team to custom make her wedding gown. Michelle opted for a figure-fitting halter dress, true to the signature Cushnie et Ochs silhouette, with intricate embellishments. Michelle accessorized her look with embellished Christian Louboutin heels and Jennifer Fisher jewelry.
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Sophia Webster always dazzles with her electric accessories, and her wedding look was just as unconventionally breathtaking. For the rustic glam wedding in East London she entrusted her friend, Danish designer Morten Underbjerg, to create her dress: a custom mini dress with sheer overlay and iridescent polka dots. For the shoes, Sophia stepped into her very own ballet pink crystal-embellished 'Lacey' design. The look was completed with a fresh flower crown.
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Hayley Paige knows more than a thing or two about designing wedding dresses, so when it came to her own she couldn't settle for anything less than enchanting. While there were plenty of dresses to choose from under her namesake line she opted to create five new styles to wear during her Lake Tahoe wedding weekend. For the walk down the aisle Hayley wore a long-sleeved, flower-embroidered illusion gown in lavender with a floor-length sparkling veil. Hayley topped off the fairytale look with a beautiful tiara made by Lindsie Jones of Haute Bride.
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Lisa Salzer of Lulu Frost
Lulu Frost founder and jewelry designer, Lisa Salzar is known for creating elegant off-the-beaten-path designs, and her seaside Montauk wedding was true to form. For the ceremony, Lisa donned a sleek and structured convertible gown, created by designer Romona Keveza. She adorned her custom look with jewelry from past and present. From her grandmother Elizabeth Frost, she wore antique pearls and diamond studs. In addition to her something borrowed, Lisa created new Lulu Frost fine jewelry of his-and-her constellations. She rounded out the look with Sophia Webster heels and a fresh flower fascinator.
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British designer Jenny Packham is known for her floor sweeping bridal gowns and outfitting the likes of Angelina Jolie and the Duchess of Cambridge. So when the famed designer revealed she had wed at an intimate ceremony in London, we were pleasantly surprised to see the gown she created. The dove-grey lace three quarter length dress, strayed from her more traditional bridal creations, but was no less stunning. Jenny paired the look with shoes of the same color, a short beaded veil, drop earrings, and a gold watch for a graceful bridal look.