Wedding season is just around the corner, and designers who are beloved by the stars now have lines accessible to brides everywhere! Check out these three new bridal launches:
Christian Siriano for Kleinfeld Bridal
Stars love the
alum’s sculptural tailored silhouettes on the red carpet, and now that impeccable fit available exclusively at Kleinfeld (you know, of
Say Yes to the Dress
fame). The collection contains 27 looks and runs between $3,500 to $10,000.
“I think wedding dresses are very different now,” Siriano tells PeopleStyle. “Some girls grow up and the only time they’ve seen an evening gown is at prom or at a wedding.” But thanks to social media and the ubiquity of red carpet fashion online, “It’s very different now. The idea of a non-traditional wedding dress is much more relevant,” he says. So among the ultra-glam gowns, Siriano created a sexy one-piece, a white suit and a bunch of cocktail dresses.
“We also have so many women now who want to wear jumpsuits or pants or a suit and want to feel sexy in a totally different way, especially for destination weddings,” he says. “For a lot of brides, if they’re traveling, they aren’t really in the mood to wear a gown. That’s why we did the suiting.”
Jenny Packham for David’s Bridal
Courtesy Stuart Weitzman
After launching successful collaborations with Zac Posen and Vera Wang, the brand teamed up with British designer Jenny Packham for the Fall 2016 season. Wonder by Jenny Packham is available in sizes 0 to 26, this season is inspired by “the belle époque era of the early 1900s,” Packham says. “The dresses are delicate with light beading and understated, flowing silhouettes alongside more contemporary structured shapes, elegantly exposed backs, and geometric embellishments for a modern bride.”
Packham has dressed stars like Adele, Blake Lively and Angelina Jolie. Kate Middleton is a huge fan of Packham, wearing more than six looks by the designer in the past four years. She’s even worn one dress three times! Her David’s Bridal collection runs from $800 to $1,500 for bridal gowns, and she has other evening looks for under $300 (perfect for bridesmaids!).
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Stuart Weitzman’s expanded wedding line
Courtesy David’s Bridal
The classic brand has expanded its bridal line to 10 styles, including ballet flats and wedge sandals. The beloved Nudist sandal will come in four different heel heights (for those of us who admittedly can’t dancing in 4 1/2-inch heels). There are two unique options for customization of the shoes: Brides can add Swarovski crystals in clear, white or a pale aqua, for that “Something Blue, and have the sock lining of the shoe printed with their married name or wedding date.
Tell us: Are you excited about these new collections? Do you know a bride who would rock custom wedding shoes?