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TOP 10 BRIDAL LOOKS

Take inspiration from the top designers for the perfect wedding dress


TOP 10 BRIDAL LOOKS
Take inspiration from the top designers for the perfect wedding dress

 
 

Wedding Dress


 
Wedding Dress

What kind of bride are you?

Budget-savvy
Casual
Classic
Eco-chic
Glamourous
Indie
Modern
Romantic
Second-time
Understated

PLUS! 2008 Bridal Trends

EDITOR: Zdenka Turecek
 
Wedding gowns available at White bridal boutique in Toronto, 19 Hazelton Avenue, (416) 849-9196
 

 

BUDGET-SAVVY BRIDE


 

At just $750, Nicole Miller’s satin georgette halter gown is simple, yet stunning.

CASUAL BRIDE


 

For a casual beachside wedding, a v-neck halter dress like Jenny Yoo’s chiffon gown is perfect.

CLASSIC BRIDE


 

Oscar de la Renta’s sweetheart neckline and soft embroidery makes for a timeless, classic look.

ECO-CHIC BRIDE


 

Nicole Miller’s crinkled taffeta gown in sand can be worn again—suitable for the eco-chic bride. Pair with a vintage cardigan for an added touch.

GLAMOUROUS BRIDE


 

Badgley Michska’s Ingrid gown spells glamour and sophistication for an ultra-luxe look on your wedding day.

INDIE BRIDE


 

Channel your inner hipster with a simple draped gown minus the frills, such as City Hall by Lela Rose.

MODERN BRIDE


 

Artful details and an open back make Elizabeth Fillmore’s Blossom gown cutting edge.

ROMANTIC BRIDE


 

For the romantic girl at heart, turn to lace. Monique Lhuillier’s Angelique Chantilly lace gown gives off an air of pure romance.

SECOND-TIME BRIDE


 

Twice to the altar means twice the fun—be bold and go for separates like Carolina Herrera’s cotton tulle skirt, cashmere sleeveless sweater, and cashmere bolero.

UNDERSTATED BRIDE


 

For a simple, clean look that lets you shine, turn to Oscar de la Renta’s silk faille empire watteau back gown for inspiration.

TOP BRIDAL TRENDS


 

Andrea Anastasiou, co-owner of White in Toronto, gives us the top 5 wedding dress trends for 2008
1. Pockets
2. Vintage-inspired
3. Shorter hemline
4. Floral
5. Goddess-like (empire waist)