Aisle Style: Finding Your Dream Dress

Brides who are drawn to lace and tulle this season can find exactly what they’re looking for with these gowns, available at local shops.

Dream of being draped in lace? The Milla Nova Aora nude and ivory gown ($2,999) made of flowing tulle and lace allows brides to be covered in elegance. (Bridal Beginning, 450 Cochran Road, Mt. Lebanon; 412/343-6677,

This Justin Alexander lace gown, style 88010 ($1,999), features a fit-and-flare silhouette and illusion long sleeves. Lace appliques decorate the otherwise open back. (One Enchanted Evening, 201 S. Main St., Zelienople; 724/473-0444,

The Marciela Wedding Dress by Morilee ($1,199) offers brides a mermaid fit with a sheer bodice. The top of the dress, adorned with lace, flounces out into tulle rivulettes in the skirt. Lace appliques accompany the beaded straps. (MB Bride, 123 S. Urania Ave., Greensburg; 724/836-6626,

A simple but detailed dress by Flora Bride, The Martin ($5,580) is a lace-lover’s dream. Composed of lace and tulle, the A-line gown has a dramatic v-neck and sheer sides on the bodice. (Blanc de Blanc, 1806 Brownsville Road, Carrick; 412/884-8000,

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For the bohemian bride, Luna Boutique offers the Adelia Lune ($3,250) from its Rue de Seine collection. This gown features long, flowy sleeves, adorned with netting and fringe. The lace bodice covers thin tulle and dips into a low neckline. (Luna Boutique, 616 Beaver St., Sewickley; 412/741-3003,

Anne Barge’s Brooks ($4,825) provides a classic yet modern look in an A-line style. With a lace v-neck and silk skirt, this dress from Anne Gregory for the Bride gives brides the luxury of lace and the comfort and convenience of pockets. (Anne Gregory for the Bride, 2975 W. Liberty Ave., Dormont; 412/531-3160,

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