Aisle Style: Dream Dress

With a new year, comes a new look. Discover some of the hottest styles of 2017 for brides-to-be.




photos courtesy mori lee
 

Mori Lee Style #8104 is swathed in vintage lace with Venice lace trim ($1,499). The dress is available in white, ivory and ivory/light gold. (The Winner, 32 W. State St., Sharon; 800/344-2672, thewinneroutlet.com
 


photo courtesy berta
 

International designer Berta Bridal debuts in Pittsburgh, exclusively at Bridal Beginning. This Berta gown ($9,790) features a plunging neckline, while the skirt is a mixture of tulle and beading.  (Bridal Beginning, 450 Cochran Road, Mt. Lebanon; 412/343-6677, bridalbeginning.com)
 


photo courtesy Rosa Clará
 

For a long-sleeved look, try this Rosa Clará princess-style with a transparent lace bodice ($4,600). Pictured is the dress in natural, featuring a bateau neckline and full tulle skirt. (Anne Gregory for the Bride, 2975 W. Liberty Ave., Dormont; 412/531-3160,  annegregorybrides.com)
 


photo by viglione photography
 

2017 is all about vintage looks, and Carlisle’s of Pittsburgh has you covered. This lace, mermaid-style gown is exclusive to Carlisle’s Diamond collection ($1,200). Lacework pops on the crewneck bodice and downtrain. (Carlisle’s of Pittsburgh, 7219 McKnight Road, Ross Township; 412/837-1603, bridalwear.com
 


photo courtesy yolan cris
 

Barcelona-based sisters and designers Yolan Cris are featuring this dress, Granado, at Glitter & Grit, new for 2017. Granado embodies the bohemian-luxe look through layers of sheer chiffon, lace and pleating ($4,200). The gown is handmade in Spain. (Glitter & Grit, 5300 Butler St., Lawrenceville; 412/781-2375, glitterandgritpgh.com
 


photo courtesy justin alexander
 

Designer Justin Alexander has given this dress a dramatic detachable cathedral-length train so brides can stun during the ceremony and then remove the train during the reception.($3,499). The straight silhouette features an attached beaded belt and lace appliques. This gown is available in ivory/silver or sand/ivory/silver. (One Enchanted Evening, 201 S. Main St., Zelienople; 724/473-0444, oeevening.com)
 


photo courtesy Maggie sottero
 

The White Orchid showcases Maggie Sottero’s Lisette ($1,749). The illusion neckline is decorated in Swarovski crystals leading into a full tulle skirt. The dress is available in ivory/silver accent (pictured) or ivory over light gold/silver accent. (The White Orchid, 4907 Clairton Blvd., Baldwin Borough; 412/885-4411, thewhiteorchid.com
 


photo courtesy kitty chen
 

Kitty Chen’s style K1632, named Candice, will be available at MB Bride. This dress features ivory lace over a champagne-colored underlay ($2,035). Other features include a sweetheart neckline, beaded waistband, keyhole back and a chapel-length illusion train. (MB Bride, 123 S. Urania Ave., Greensburg; 724/836-6626, mbbride.com)
 

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