Aisle Style: Make an Entrance With These Enchanting Designs

The hottest styles of 2017 for brides-to-be.




“Zulani” by Maggie Sottero is an organza ballgown ($1,098) made with L’Amour satin and covered buttons over a zipper closure. The asymmetrically pleated, off-the-shoulder bodice cascades into a skirt with horsehair-structured ruffles. (The White Orchid, 4907 Clairton Blvd., Baldwin Borough; 412/885-4411, thewhiteorchid.com)
 

“Brenda” is a fitted dress ($6,798) by Italian luxury designer Alessandra Rinaudo that features a low-illusion back and crystal hand beading. The French Chantilly lace and tulle and lace cathedral train is the perfect finish for this majestic look. (Bridal Beginning, 450 Cochran Road, Mt. Lebanon; 412/343-6677, bridalbeginning.com)
 


Feeling blue? Try this platinum blue ballgown ($1,550) by Victoria Bridal that features a strapless neckline and fitted bodice accented with silver, embroidered lace. (Carlisle’s Bridal of Pittsburgh, 7219 McKnight Road, Ross Township; 412/837-1603, carlislesbridal.com)
 


For a boho chic wedding look, try this Lillian West dress ($1,449) with a criss-cross lace-up back and halter neckline. The chiffon skirt fully detaches to transform into a mini dress. (One Enchanted Evening, 201 S. Main St., Zelienople; 724/473-0444, oeevening.com)
 


Designer Monique Lhuillier created a vintage-inspired gown ($4,990) that features a modern shape and plunging neckline. The corset-style bodice flows into a godet-flared skirt covered in Italian lace and tulle. (Anne Gregory for the Bride, 2975 W. Liberty Ave., Dormont; 412/531-3160, annegregorybrides.com)
 


Glitter & Grit features this Rebecca Schoneveld gown, Sabina ($2,858), and others in plus-sized samples. Sabina is a delicately draped fit-to-flare dress with flutter sleeves and is hand-beaded with sequins and crystals in a shimmering ombre effect. The gown is hand sewn in Brooklyn, N.Y. (Glitter & Grit, 5300 Butler St., Lawrenceville; 412/781-2375, glitterandgritpgh.com)
 


Stay on trend this season with Chantel Lauren’s “Mae” ballgown ($3,660) in steel blue. The soft, tulle skirt features an underlayer of hand-painted silk organza, and the silk charmeuse cami-style bodice is paired with a removable Chantilly lace crop top. It is also available in ivory, rose gold, platinum and steel. (Blanc de Blanc Bridal, 1806 Brownsville Road, Carrick; 412/884-8000, blancdeblancbridal.com)
 

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