10 hot-off-the-runway wedding dresses
(Srsly. These dresses made my heart stop!)
OK, just kidding. Don't go paging Dr. Teddy Altman or anything. (Do people watch Grey's Anatomy any more?) These wedding dresses didn't REALLY give me a series of heart attacks during Bridal Market. But they DID make my list of The 10 Most Amazingly Fantastic Wedding Dresses This Season. Be prepared to swoon! (Maybe stay on standby, Dr. Altman?)
In no particular order, here are my favorite new wedding dresses!
Wedding Dress 1: Kelly Faetanini
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Wedding Dress 2: Theia
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Wedding Dress 3: Sarah Seven
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Wedding Dress 7: Melissa Sweet
Wedding Dress 8: Mark Zunino for Kleinfeld
Wedding Dress 10: Vera Wang
Which one of these wedding dresses is your favorite?
Photos: 1, 3-5, and 7-9: Courtesy of the designers. Photos 2 & 10: WWD/Thomas Iannaccone. Photo 6: WWD/Kyle Ericksen
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