If you're nervous about showing a little extra skin on your wedding day, try one of these frothy confections. Sheer details at the neckline--embellished or not--show off your clavicle and draw eyes directly up towards your face. Here are a few of our favorite gowns from the most recent bridal market.
Although this Vera Wang gown strays a bit from tradition with its dusty, almost mushroom-inspired hue, layers of tulle provide a sweet counterpoint.
This dress from Eugenia Couture has all the bells and whistles: What looks to be a sweetheart style is actually a boatneck, with glittering crystals that provide all the jewelry you'll need.
Jenny Packham knows how to make a seriously fun party dress! Ruffled ostrich feathers are the perfect swingy detail for the bride who's looking to shake her booty.
What looks to be a simply elegant gown from Jewel that highlights your natural waist is actually a two-fer: the skirt is removable for a shorter but still classy style....
that's totally wearable again.
This Oscar de la Renta gown is everything you'd expect from a couture masterpiece: Ethereal, elegant, and totally over the top.
THEIA's White Collection, the label's first foray into bridal design, proved to be a sweeping success with a soft, draped gown highlighted with a bejeweled neckline.