Exquisite lace, beading and sparkle take center-aisle in the fashion house's gorgeous cool-weather gowns with five distinctly feminine trends traipsing through each of its three labels.
The simple wedding dress trend just got a whole lot cooler with the newest season's long sleeve wedding dresses. Check out the Bethany gown from the Rebecca Ingram collection for an affordable wedding dress option, with gorgeous illusion lace cut-out sleeves and delicate buttons down the back.
Meanwhile, the Aston gown simply stuns with a beaded embroidery statement back and accents of bling along the edges of its lovely long sleeves.
2. Velvet – Yes a Velvet Wedding Dress
Sottero and Midgley outdoes itself yet again with velvet wedding gown, Agata, featuring boho lace atop opulent mocha velvet fabric. Add a dramatic tulle cape to any style for some extra romance.
Sottero and Midgley, Style Agata, with Cape
Curious about more velvet options? Check out the Bradford gown, which plays with sheer lace and lace motifs on side insets, a statement back, and gorgeous train.
Off-the-shoulder gowns give that extra flare you need to be sexy and comfortable at the same time on your big day. The Josie gown features a folded sweatheart neckline, for a classic effect.
Meanwhile, the Ainsley gown shows off bare shoulders with feminine floral appliqués and ruffled fabric sleeves that no romantic can resist.
4. Glamour and Sparkle
Sequins bring the sparkle this season with gowns like the Logan Lynette, which stuns in Sottero and Midgley's first-ever collection of plus-size wedding dresses. Never sacrificing quality nor the brand's impeccable fit that it's known for, these “Curve” styles now give curvy brides even more luxe options.
5. Sky-High Neckline
Who says you can’t have it all? Lined with Virtue jersey, the Kevyn gown offers up a little sexy, a little romance, and a whole lot of comfort. The collarbone-skimming neckline draws the eye up, while the form-fitting skirt shows off some major curves.