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What We Loved This Week: October 7 – 13

By Janecia Britt


In honor of New York Bridal Fashion Week, our team decided to show you our favorite looks from the collections. 


Chrysa Gown / Spring 2020 Collection Photo courtesy of BHLDN


I have long had my eye on BHLDN, and yes, I realize that I have mentioned this brand in an article before. I wanted to branch out when perusing the hottest Bridal Fashion Week trends, but then I spied the Chrysa gown and couldn’t look away. The ruffle shoulder detail and appliqué waistline give this A-line dress a dash of high couture paired with classic elegance. It’s bold yet timeless and right up my alley. See the rest of the collection here.


The Maldives strapless magnolia top with pearl-trimmed architectural bow bodice and matching slim pant. Photo courtesy of Lela Rose/ IMAXTREE

Lela Rose

For starters this past #nybfw was amazing. There were truly a lot of innovative designs and much more than just the standard sweetheart neckline and illusion lace which I love! The modern bride wants something out of the box and different. With all that said, Lela Rose’s show was just absolutely dreamy. From the florals surrounding the runway to the beautiful and buoyant fabrics, I fell head over heels in love. It was really hard to pick a favorite but I couldn’t stop thinking about this look.  I mean it’s a pantsuit with a pearl lined bow! Could it be anymore more perfect for the modern bride who wants to make a statement? I don’t think so. All it needs is a red lip, and we’re in business! See the rest of the collection here.


Miles Gown / Spring 2020 Collection Photo courtesy of BHLDN


My dream wedding dress is one that is modest and conservative with an ounce of sexy to it. This BHLDN dress perfectly accomplishes this with an off the shoulder long sleeve and the tiny lace peeking from the bust. This gown is my ultimate romantic wedding look and has officially jumped to the top of my list to try on! See the rest of the collection here. 

Aurelia Top and Venus Skirt Photo courtesy of Alexandra Grecco / Photo by Yudi Ela

Alexandra Grecco

Two-piece sets have always intrigued me. I love how this set makes me feel like I should be getting married on an oceanside cliff. It is elegant and chic with a side of sass. I wanted a two-piece bridal gown to work for me when I wed last December, but c’est la vie. NYBFW knocked it out of the park this year and has me thrilled to see brides implementing the wedding trends of 2020 into their own nuptials! See the collection here. 

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