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Figuring out which unique style of wedding dress you want to wear for your big day can feel overwhelming and confusing, especially if you’re familiar with only a handful of designers. To help you decide which wedding dress designers to consider for your big day, we’ve created the ultimate guide of go-to bridal designers. Finding the wedding gown of your dreams is an exciting but daunting task, so if you’re not sure where to start, take a scroll through these dresses and see which aesthetic best fits your taste and personality type.
Whether you’re looking for a floral-embroidered gown with a boho feel, like Josephine Skriver’s wedding dress, or a simple, silk slip wedding dress reminiscent of Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy from the ’90s, this extensive list of wedding dress brands covers it all. From bridal mainstays like Oscar de la Renta, Galia Lahav, and Carolina Herrera, to contemporary designers like Viktor & Rolf and Valentine Avoh, there’s a little something for every bride.
Leaning toward something on the trendier side? Reach for the cream puff sleeve style, which has supersized cap sleeves and blends both a polished feel and a romantic sensibility. Or, consider an backless wedding dress with a column-style skirt à la Nicola Peltz Beckham’s Valentino Haute Couture number. Not in the market for a luxury wedding dress? Check out affordable, stylish bridal brands like fashionista-favorites Lulu’s and BHLDN. There are also a multitude of amazing Black wedding dress designers to choose from, like Amsale and Andrea Iyamah, and labels that specialize in plus size designs, such as Eloquii, ASOS, and Melissa Sweet.
Ahead, see 47 of the best wedding dress designers to shop in 2023.
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