It’s officially wedding season. Whether you’re planning your own wedding or just interested in the eye candy, the spring 2019 bridal collections have arrived — and they’re stunning. Designers from Lela Rose to Jenny Packham, two favorites of Kate Middleton , continue to justify that bridal pants are here to stay. But one designer, Naeem Khan , took casual bridal dressing to new heights, debuting a bedazzled bridal tracksuit. Though the most standout dresses are from designers who went outside the box. Vera Wang , an icon in the bridal world, did not debut a single white gown. Instead, Wang opted for dramatic hues and silhouettes that are tailor-made for a big fashion editorial moment. It also helps that the collection was shot by famed photography duo Inez & Vinoodh . But if there ever was a statement wedding dress, it would be from Wang. On the other hand, Elie Saab , another celebrated designer, successfully intermixes traditional style with modernity quite beautifully, resulting in wedding dresses that feel traditional and royal but also timeless. Ahead, see all the dreamiest wedding dresses from Bridal Fashion Week — from simple courthouse-style looks to the princess-worthy gowns you’ve always dreamed of. Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • How to look fashionable at Coachella when you’re not a celebrity • Paris Jackson wears high-slit dress at event alongside ‘sexy sisters’ Paris and Nicky Hilton • How real women feel about Target diversifying its beauty aisle Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
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