Most daring wedding dresses from Bridal Fashion Week!
While this sparkly mermaid gown by Reem Acra is on the conventional side, it’s this unique accessory (can we call it a veil-osal?) that makes it truly different and daring.
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If you’re ready to bare it all then this Rivini dress with a see-through bodice (seriously!) and va-va-voom layered skirt is for you.
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Channel your inner Daisy Buchanan and get ready to Charleston the night away in this short and flirty flapper dress and jaunty hat by Madeline Fig.
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Don’t let the sweet silhouette of this A-line gown by Oscar de la Renta fool you. The cool blue color paired with a unique one-shoulder cowl neck is seriously bold.
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This golden gown by Valentini Spose wouldn’t be as daring without the matching choker and cloche veil. The best part about this gown though? It converts into an even more daring super short mini-dress!
This Marchesa gown takes the high-low hem trend to the extreme with a supershort peplum front and a long train in the back -- ball gown and sheath in one!
The black swan doesn’t hold a candle to this stage-worthy tutu gown by Reem Acra. Just add ballet slippers!
Vera Wang gave the traditional wedding gown serious edge with a black peplum, harness neckline and long black gloves for look that mixes the best of high fashion and goth.
From the front, this Theia gown looks like a fairly subdued, but the back is a totally different story. Oversized and layered pink rosettes and a fluffy neckline to match make this gown a shoe-in for most daring list.
This short number by Monique Lhuillier is less baby and more bombshell. It isn’t just the length that makes this gown go down in daring history. Those 3-D flowers are text book daring!