Friday, January 20, 2012

Wedding Dresses, Now Featuring: Kleinfelds!

     For those of you newly engaged brides-to be, you are probably starting to search for that perfect wedding dress, the one that will make you cry when you know it's the one, and the one that your future husband will not be able to take his eyes off you while you are wearing it!  It's the dress that will take the breath away from every single one of your guests when you walk down the aisle.  But where do you start looking for that perfect dress!?!  Although there are great bridal shops across the country, (and I will try to feature various ones at different times on this blog) I want to start with one that is well-known to all, Kleinfelds in New York City.  You may know of Kleinfelds from the popular TLC show, "Say Yes to the Dress."  Today, we'll look at some of their bridal dresses in various styles to help you decide what you like best!

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A-Line Gowns
     These gowns can come in a variety of styles from strapless to halter to spaghetti straps.  Here are some examples of A-Line Gowns:


Above: Henry Roth dress                                         Above: Monique Lhuiller dress
Below: LaRichi dress                                               Below: Monique Lhuiller dress

Ballgowns
     These gowns are the ones that you think of when you think of a princess getting married; full skirt and usually fairly poofy.  Here are some examples of Ballgowns:


Above: Eve of Milady dress                                         Above: Pnina Tornai dress
Below: Anne Barge dress                                            Below: Henry Roth dress

Mermaid Gowns
     These gowns fit your body like a glove and then flare out a bit at the bottom.  Here are some examples of Mermaid gowns:


Above: Alita Graham gown                                          Above: Jim Hjelm gown
Below: Pnina Tornai gown                                            Below: Romona Keveza gown


Sheath Gowns
     These gowns are fairly flowly, meaning the lighter material can look beautiful for a beach wedding!  Here are some examples of Sheath gowns:


Above: Alita Graham gown                                      Above: Claire Pettibone gown
Below: Elizabeth Fillmore gown                               Below: Pnina Tornai gown


Tea Length Gowns
     Although not quite as popular as floor-length gowns, tea length gowns are a great alternative for brides who may be concerned with tripping over a long dress when dancing.  Here are a few examples:


Above: Stephanie James gown                                  Above: Matthew Christopher gown


     Hopefully, all these dress examples have been helpful to you in finding what styles of dresses you like!  The credit of the designer is given above/below each photograph.  All of these dresses were found on Kleinfeld's Bridal website at http://www.kleinfeldbridal.com/index.cfm?pid=50&title=weddinggown .  Please check out their website, as well as the designers' websites for more information.  Happy shopping!

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