New Anne Barge wedding dresses
Here are the straps you've been asking for!
Since Save the Date launched (almost three years ago—yowza!) brides have been begging me to track down non-strapless wedding dresses. Today I'm happy to report that designers are definitely listening to your pleas for straps, ladies!
I lost count, but over on Anne Barge's runway, it seemed like there were more dresses with straps and sleeves than strapless dresses!
Here are three of my favorites:
Photos: WWD/Steve Eichner
Wedding Dress 1
You NEED to see the back of this one!
Wedding Dress 2
Wedding Dress 3
Which one of these wedding dresses is your favorite?
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