NYFW Dresses You Could Totally Get Married In

Looking for something totally couture? Get inspired by these runway gowns.
by Abby Gardner
photo by Yannis Vlamos

New York Fashion Week spring 2017 is still going strong and while fashion shows no longer end with a bridal gown as they once did back in the day, there are still a lot of wedding-worthy dresses making their way down the runway.

The celebrity stylists are on the lookout for red carpet dresses for the upcoming Emmy Awards, but we've found 6 that would look amazing walking down the aisle. (Not to mention, they're getting us pumped for Bridal Fashion Week!)

J. Mendel

J. Mendel NYFW SS 2017
photo by Courtesy

Illusion florals, geometric detailing and sheer fabrics turn this sexy silhouette into a total show stopper of a dress (that's somewhat reminiscent of the designer's amazing Spring 2017 Bridal Fashion Week collection).

Oscar de la Renta

Oscar de la Renta SS 2017 fashion show
photo by Umberto Fratini

A simple Oscar column dress is reinvented with luxe fabrics and chic gladiator flats for a totally versatile bridal look.

Carolina Herrera

Carolina Herrera NYFW SS 2017 collection
photo by Yannis Vlamos

Ethereal tulle skirts are still making statements on the runway, and so are modern patterns with feminine twists. This dress has the best of both worlds.

Brandon Maxwell

Brandon Maxwell SS 2017 fashion week collection
photo by Umberto Fratini

This timeless-looking design is giving us serious destination wedding vibes.

Marchesa

Marchesa SS 2017 fashion week collection
photo by Yannis Vlamos

Gowns with texture and depth are completely captivating when a bride walks down the aisle, and the pleating on this Marchesa dress is too fabulous to overlook.


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