New York Bridal Fashion Week is over and once again we’ve loved seeing what bridal designers have created to proudly display on the catwalk. Here’s a little round up of our favourites!

Monique Lhuillier went classic, with cute gloves and bolero cover ups. She went big on lace and classic silhouettes.

Monique Lhuillier – image: AP Photo/Mary Altaffer
Monique Lhuillier – image: AP Photo/Mary Altaffer

Ines Di Santo kept silhouettes sleek and fishtails wide. Like many collections, embellishments created drama and illusion lace created soft elegance. Trains were a big deal for this runway of white.

Ines Di Santo – image: Maria Valentino/MCV Photo
Ines Di Santo – image: Maria Valentino/MCV Photo

On Marchesa’s catwalk we saw touches of black – a trend that followed throughout the week – with black belts, shoes, edging and bows creating a gorgeous contrast.

Marchesa – image: Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images
Marchesa – image: Getty

Big bows were seen a cross a lot of collections – Amsale, Oscar de la Renta and Sachin & Babi all showcased statement bows on their gowns.

Amsale, Oscar de la Renta, Sachin & Bibi    image: from The Knot – AMSALE; JONAS GUSTAVSSON; MARIA VALENTINO/MCV PHOTO
Marchesa went big on bows too. image: Getty

We love a sheer, illusion feature, and they were scattered across the catwalk. Berta  featured sheer bodices and there were some beautiful sheer but not quite see-through skirts from Reem Acra and strategically placed lace detailing from Monique Lhuillier.

Berta – image: Maria Valentino/MCV Photo
Reem Acra – image: Reem Acra
Monique Lhuillier – image: Getty

Jenny Packham went big on embellishment, with an array of sparkling gowns. Sequins, beading, pearls and lace adorned the collection, mirroring the trend seen across the week. We love it!

Jenny Packham – image: Love my Dress
Jenny Packham – image: Love my Dress

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