Bridal Fashion Week has come and gone and now every bride and wedding-lover is busy scouring the Internet for their favorite design of the runway. And let us assure you, there were plenty to choose from. All of the top designers from across the world made their way to NYC last week to unveil their newest collections and there wasn’t one dress that disappointed the Team Wedding team! And now it’s time to break it down for all of you. From Maggie Sottero to Watters, we’re showing off some of our favorite gowns from the Fall 2014 debuts!
We like to think of these gowns as romantic with just the right amount of eclectic sex appeal.
Truly Zac Posen
Vintage glam, old Hollywood vibes and true femininity brought this collection to life.
Traditional looks and timeless details, David’s Bridal knows how to please a classic-inspired bride.
Texture. Mira was all about texture when thinking up this incredibly unique collection of designs.
Not only do these dresses have a range of champagne tones, which are my favorite, but the collection was inspired by the movement of water. Romantic and free .. two things a bride should be.
Take a look at this sophisticated mix of standout colors and classic lace details.
Brides can show off their beautiful bodies in these dresses; full of details and design-worthy surprises.
Maggie is all about feminine and lush charm, and this collection is no exception to that.
Watters always knows how to bring all the best trends and make them wearable for every bride.
Sottero & Midgley
Creativity and innovation take the stage with these beautiful designs.
These dresses are fit for the modern, contemporary bride full of fashion-forward style and bold senses.
There’s something in this set for every bride: from lace to tulle, it’s all there!
Bold styles is what this collection is all about. A bride that wants a little drama, look no further.
Well there you have it. That’s our Ultimate Bridal Fashion Week Roundup of the favorites of the Fall 2014 Wedding Dress Collections! See something you like?
all photos via The Knot