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Another Bridal Market has come and gone here in New York City leaving behind a flourish of organza, tulle, beads and lace. After viewing hundreds of dresses, here are The Aisle’s favorite looks and trends.

Many designers opted for lighter fabrics and interesting textures…say goodbye to heavy beadwork and embellishment. This Spring Bridal Market was all about amazing details like feathered appliques at Angel Sanchez to rippling layers of chiffon at Vera Wang. Texture is in! 

Last fall, Vera Wang caused a stir by introducing black for bridal on her runway. This Spring collection was no different with crimson red and plum-colored confections of tulle; not one white gown was seen in her collection. Oscar de la Renta followed suit with his own version of a red bridal gown complete with a black lace mantilla veil, while also showing a pale blue fit and flare gown as well as a floral detailed number in pastels of blue, pink and green. Angel Sanchez also showed pale blue in his collection with two soft icy tulle creations.

One particular silhouette had it’s moment this week…the peplum. Seen on the Red Carpet this past award season and making cameos in Ready-to-wear lines; the peplum is huge! From Amsale’s asymmetrical satin tuft at the hip, to Elizabeth Fillmore’s high-low overskirt; this silhouette is chic, modern and wants to be worn. 

Take an early peek at some of our favorite photos and gowns from our favorite time of year…New York Bridal Week. What are your favorites?

Amsale

Christos

Angel Sanchez

Angel Sanchez

Oscar de la Renta

Oscar de la Renta

Romona Keveza

Oscar de la Renta

Vera Wang

All images via wwd.com

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Did you catch our Golden Globes tweetfest last night? We had so much fun reviewing the highs and lows of the first major award show of the season with all of you in real time. There were a lot of shimmering champagne hues on the red carpet, as well as some bolder color and silhouette choices to mix things up. We also observed a minitrend, the headband, and we think that Charlize did it best in Cartier. Ultimately, our favorite looks were worn by the ladies who stayed truest to their personal styles. What do you think of our best dressed picks? And how excited are you to watch Shailene Woodley blossom into a red carpet queen?

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Doesn’t it seem like Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries were engaged for about 5 minutes? We’ve been pretty quiet on the subject, but we were too excited to see Anne Barge’s and Romona Keveza’s takes on what the gown should look like. A Fit-and-Flare silhouette seems to be the consensus for the petite and kurvy Kim, who will be wearing custom Vera Wang. We’ll see how it all plays out when photos from the extravaganza start making the rounds this Saturday!

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