Wedding Dress Trends for 2012, part 1 – New York Bridal Show
Ok. Here it is. The post that I know you have ALL been waiting for…the Kleinfeld Fashion Show!
I noticed a lot of trends for 2012, but I’ll keep them short and sweet:
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I love the ruched bodice on this classic ball gown by Kenneth Pool for Amsale. Price: $5,600
Check out the pick up skirt on this dress!! This is a taffeta strapless dropped waist a-line gown by Ian Stuart. Price: $6,200
If you’re looking for a dress with volume, look no further! This Pnina Tornai silk ball gown features floral details on the back. Price: $15,000
Personally, I found this dress to be reminiscent of Kate Moss’ Galliano dress that she wore on her wedding. This dress is a chiffon sheath gown with beading and embroidery and is made by Matthew Williamson. Price: $4,000
This Claire Pettibone dress features gold and silver vintage lace and an empire waist. Price: $3,500
This whimsical Reem Acra dress features a tulle v-neck halter with embroidered flowers. Price: $5,900
I love the “Grecian Goddess” look, so I was naturally drawn to this Matthew Williamson dress as well. This is a spaghetti strap empire waist sheath gown accented with a satin belt. Price: $5,500
How awesome would this dress be for a destination or casual wedding or as a reception dress? This Badgley Mischka strapless chiffon cocktail gown also features a shredded chiffon skirt. Price: $2,900
If you watch TLC’s “Say Yes to the Dress”, then you’re probably already familiar with Kleinfeld designer Pnina Tornai and her signature illusion corsets. This ivory strapless gown features handkerchief cut lace and is certainly for the bride who wants to make a statement! Price: $12,600
Well, that’s all for Part 1! Part 2 of the Kleinfeld Fashion Show to come next week!