And the Bride Wore Pants...

Menswear-inspired fashion has been hot on the runways, but is it aisle-worthy?
by Jennie Ma
  1. The Bridal Tux

    Carolina Herrera knows how to add a feminine touch to even the most masculine styles. Her tux is softened with a sheer bow and fitted jacket. Shiny satin lapels give this look subtle glamour.

  2. The Retro Jumpsuit

    A major trend that fashionistas have been jumping on in ready-to-wear is the ’70s-inspired jumpsuit. Not only is this Pnina Tornai style completely retro-chic, but the wide-leg pants give the illusion of a skirt, while offering the comfort of pants.

  3. The Lace Three-Piece

    While lace may be a traditional bridal fabric, you don’t often see it in the shape of a suit. This Theia lace ensemble is the ultimate combination of feminine and masculine. We love the mock tie that completes the look.

  4. The Military Suit

    Not all brides are taking their cues from Kate -- some might want to steal Will’s style. The metal details of this military-inspired Yumi Katsura suit dress up the design, and the satiny finish makes it more sexy than soldier.

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