We asked some of our favorite bridal designers to dream up wedding dress designs for Today's energetic and newly engaged anchor. From embroidered lace to romantic ruffles, it'll be hard for the real deal to top these stunning sketches.
Our idea of the perfect winter wedding dress? One that includes a stylish bolero to keep you warm or a frosty, winter-inspired design detail. See our top picks from Fall 2012 New York Bridal Fashion Week.
Bridesmaid dresses get a bad rap (think: poufy taffeta get-ups that will never see the light of day again), but it doesn't have to be that way. At New York Bridal Fashion Week, designers debuted versatile, re-wearable styles. We've rounded up our favorites, so do your bridesmaids a favor and choose a dress that's stylish enough to be worn again.
The holy grail of wedding gowns is a dress that fits both your body and your style perfectly. Try on gowns in a variety of silhouettes and necklines, and choose the combination that looks best on you. Then hone in on the fabrics and details to create a look that fits your personal style. Here are some of our favorite examples.
That guy you're marrying? You're going to be photographed together—a lot. So your respective bridal ensembles need to make sense as a pair. With three styles in mind (Contemporary, Classic, and Rule-Breaking), we married Spring 2012 wedding gowns with some of the latest menswear looks to help you visualize the possibilities.