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The IMAGE Edit Of The Best Looks From Bridal Fashion Week Fall 2017


by Olivia Keating
17th Oct 2016

Bridal fashion week Fall 2017 was a celebration of sleek tailoring, ladylike silhouettes, intricate embroidery and glitzy embellishment. Here’s our edit of the best looks from all the collections?

Carolina Herrera

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Carolina Herrera’s latest bridal offering waves goodbye to all prudish notions associated with dressing up from top-to-toe. Instead, capture the rooms? undivided attention and take center stage in this striking, figure-hugging style.

 

Naeem Khan

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High glamour meets modern chic when fluid lines and fur trimmings are paired with on trend shoulder grazing showstoppers. Finish with a bold lip for extra fashion kudos.

 

Viktor & Rolf

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Sleek and chic. Viktor & Rolf’s bridal debut was a sartorial success with its clean, precision cuts and sculptural detailing.

Lela Rose

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We love this elegant and easy to wear two-piece worn with a pearl headband for added interest. Tr’s Alice In Wonderland.

 

?Inbal Dror

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March to the beat of your own drum and easily transition from aisle to dancefloor in this glitzy number. Da dah da da dum?