We may not have experienced this year’s New York Bridal Fashion Week (NYBFW) on the runways but that didn’t stop our favorite designers from revealing their latest looks in virtual presentations and social media events. These head-turning new gowns from the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 collections are what bridal dreams are made of. Classic silhouettes are infused with ruffles, major bows, illusion necklines, and panels. Bridal staples like lace, embroidery, and tulle are given a new leg on life with fresh silhouettes and a sexier vibe. 

Amsale

Amsale SS21-2

This structured gown with a bold bow is the first step to making an exit as good as your grand entrance.

Justin Alexander

Justin Alexander SS21-2

Inspired by the sleek and sultry vibe of 1930’s jazz, the deep cut illusion neckline and subtle embroidery exude sophistication.

Morilee

Morilee-SS21--Look-13 

This off-the-shoulder gown with statement sleeves is accented by delicate embroidery and a structured bodice making it both classic and forward-thinking.

Ines Di Santo

Ines-Di-Santo-SS21-Look-1

A light fabrication makes this illusion long sleeve dress with button-up back details perfectly romantic for Spring. 

Sebastien Luke

Sebatien-Luke-SS21-Look-1

Make a statement with this modern gown and perfectly placed ruffles.

Reem Acra

Reem-Acra-SS21-Look-5

Take a walk on the wild side with a simple strapless silhouette and a whole lot of leg. The United Collection celebrates courage, love, commitment and beauty. Stay united and the world will overcome.⁠ 

Eve of Milady

Eve of Milady-SS21-Look-19

Perfectly tiered tulle with a hint of sparkle and a flattering strapless bodice are giving us elevated princess vibes and we can’t get enough. 

Mia Riley 

Mia Riley_Parker gown

The pearl embellishment and embroidery on this gown are giving us back in the best way possible. 

Robert Bullock

Robert-Bullock-SS21

This classic silhouette with a deep V neckline and understated sheen is perfect for early Fall, with pockets to boot. 

Maggie Sottero

Maggie Sottero-Look 1

Lace detail and embroidery bring this convertible two-piece gown to life. You can remove the robe with illusion sleeves for a strapless look that stuns. 

Casablanca

 Casablanca-Fall 2020

We are obsessed with this Grace Kelly-esque neckline and full skirt. The off-the-shoulder sleeves elevate an otherwise
traditional silhouette. 

Chic Nostalgia

Chic Nostalgia-Fall 2020

This gorgeous lingerie-inspired gown featuring intricate floral lace throughout is the perfect balance of sexy and sweet. 





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