5 Spring 2015 Bridal Trends Straight off the Bridal Market Runways

Calling all brides (and the Pinterest-obsessed, too): It's officially wedding season — and this one is more romantic than ever. At Bridal Market Spring 2015, the runways offered a crop of gowns more whimsical and sweet than we can remember. Dramatic ball gowns, sparkling bodices, and charming lace accents made these bridal collections into dreamy confections. Even if you're not planning on a trip down the aisle anytime soon, these gowns are a pleasure to look at.

Lace Overlay at Monique Lhuillier Spring 2015

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Kate Middleton’s gorgeous gown apparently still has a hold on our hearts, proven by the many dresses with delicate lace overlay which sauntered down the runway. This Monique Lhuillier is particularly alluring.

Lace Overlay at Marchesa Spring 2015

Romantic as ever, Marchesa channels vintage elegance with this lace mock neck gown.

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Lace Overlay at Carolina Herrera Spring 2015

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I can think of no better designer to perfectly channel the lace overlay trend, and Carolina Herrera doesn’t disappoint. This intriguing plunge neck gown is both regal and daring.

Simple Bias Cut at Amsale Spring 2015

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Yet another trend back from the ’90s is the simple bias cut gown — think Caroline Bessette Kennedy with a modern twist.

Simple Bias Cut at Reem Acra Spring 2015

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Reem Acra’s silk bias cut gown is made more captivating with the addition of lace accents at the sides.

Simple Bias Cut at Jenny Packham Spring 2015

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If vintage Hollywood glamour is your calling card, this slinky grey screen siren gown may be your soul mate.

Embroidered Illusion Neckline at Marchesa Spring 2015

The trendy illusion neckline was kicked up a notch by the addition of glittering embellishments, showcased in Marchesa’s Spring line.

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Embroidered Illusion Neckline at Jenny Packham Spring 2015

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Jenny Packham’s vine-embroidered neckline looks equally fit for a glamorous garden ceremony or a ’20s-style hotel bash.

Embroidered Illusion Necklines at Oscar de la Renta Spring 2015

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Oscar de la Renta’s interpretation of the trend was classically delicate and lovely–fit for the bride who values an elegant look with a modern spin.

Off-the Shoulder Embellished Sleeves at Christos Spring 2015

Off-the-shoulder gowns were another standout trend at Bridal Market, exemplified here by this sweet lace Christos number.

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Off-the Shoulder Embellished Sleeves at Oscar de la Renta

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Oscar de la Renta chose to go avant-garde and angelic with the addition of feathers to his sleeves.

Off-the Shoulder Embellished Sleeves at Jenny Packham

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Jenny Packham’s dreamy draped goddess gown was made more lovely by jewel-encrusted, off-the-shoulder sleeves.

Layered Ball Gown at Angel Sanchez Spring 2015

Visibly layered skirts took over the runways at Bridal fashion week, most commonly in seemingly haphazard swathes of lace for a sweet, romantic look.

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Layered Ball Gown at Carolina Herrera

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Carolina Herrera took a more dainty approach to the layered skirt trend, choosing a variety of lace patterns for the gown.

Layered Ball Gown at Monique Lhuillier

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Monique Lhuillier’s layered ball gown is ideal for the bride who wants to make a dramatic entrance — and exit.