If you’re getting hitched next spring and you haven’t found your dream gown, it’s about time you sought help.
And when we say help, we mean continue reading because we just might have found the best spring wedding dresses for you.
Whether you’ve been dreaming of walking down the aisle in Oscar de la Renta, Vera Wang or Marchesa, we have some of their best wedding gowns that were shown at the spring 2015 collections.
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Pronovias bridal gowns hail from Barcelona and they can’t get much more unique than their Carmit gown. This two-piece ensemble features an ornate pleated shirt with dramatic frilly cuffs. Not to be outdone, the skirt is covered in delicate feathers. The look is completed with a glittery Mikado silk belt.
This off-the-shoulder gown by Marchesa caught our eye for its simple elegance. We love the fact that there are no bells or whistles—just an exquisite silhouette.
You’re a special girl if you get to walk down the aisle in Temperley Bridal. The Twinkle Dress is ideal for the high-end bohemian princess.
Oscar de La Renta
We can almost guarantee you haven’t seen a bridal ensemble of this magnitude. Oscar de la Renta clearly had island weddings on the brain when he designed this lovely but risqué bikini and pareo combination for his spring/summer 2015 bridal collection.
Any bride who wants to feel like a princess should consider this gown from Monique Lhullier’s spring collection. The gown features an illusion neckline, a full tulle skirt and lace overlay.
We couldn’t help but also include Lhullier’s drop waist gown in powder blue. The A-line skirt is covered in beautiful bold rosettes that cascade all the way to the bottom. This is a dress not to be forgotten.
There will always be brides that want simplicity and elegance. This Vera Wang gown couldn’t embody that aesthetic more. The v-neck chiffon halter gown is beautifully basic in all the right ways.
Sheer panels proved to be a big trend at spring/summer 2015 ready-to-wear shows and it looks like it also translated well into bridal. Naeem Khan created an exquisite strapless gown featuring lace appliqué and tiered sheer panels for the utmost drama.
We couldn’t forgive ourselves if we didn’t feature at least one curve hugging fishtail gown and we think we found the best. Carolina Herrera sent this ivory silk gown with contouring seam lines down the runway. We can practically hear the ooh’ing and ahh’ing.
We couldn’t quite get over the beautiful detailing on the bodice of this stretch duchess satin gown by Reem Acra.
If you’ve ever wanted to look naked with strategically placed lace covering your womanly parts, this stunning Reem Acra dress will do just that. Don’t get us wrong, we were floored by the intricacies of this lace masterpiece.
First-time bridal designer Mara Hoffman just created her very first wedding collection and we have to admit that it’s beautiful and made for the out-of-the-box bride. We loved her fresh take on the alternative wedding dress that featured a loose fit, v-neck and white beading on the bodice.
Lela Rose’s spring bridal collection was inspired by an era of opulence. Marie Antoinette was her muse, which is evident by the ornate and vintage details of her current collection. We love the mini peplum and interesting curved neckline on this particular dress.
Here’s another form-fitting fishtail gown to swoon over, care of Alberta Ferreti. Despite the lack of ornate details, the scalloped neckline of this strapless gown stood out, giving it an architectural vibe.
London-based Jenny Packham has a penchant for designing bridal gowns that channel the roaring twenties. Her flapper-esque dresses are perfect for the bride who appreciates vintage details and has no desire to resemble a cupcake on her big day.