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Our Editor’s Favorite Gowns From the Fall 2024 Bridal Collections

Posted on January 10, 2024 by Jacqueline Larcara

Gowns from the Fall 2024 Bridal Collections
Photos: Courtesy of the designers

In October, models showed off the Fall 2024 bridal collections at New York Bridal Fashion Week. Interested in wearing something fun down the aisle? These are some trends we saw on the runway: statement sleeves; big bows & watteau trains; colorful or patterned gowns; mini dresses; separates & gowns with cutouts.

Below is a preview of some of the dresses that stood out to us. Consider these options before you head to your wedding-dress shopping appointment.

1: Sareh Nouri Kind Heart gown

Sareh Nouri Kind Heart gown
Courtesy of Sareh Nouri

Sareh Nouri’s new Love, Sareh Collection, “is a love letter from me to each one of you, our beautiful brides. It’s a romantic narrative, told through the lens of a dreamy location and a classic studio—a subtle nod to the extraordinary voyage every woman undertakes, from childhood to womanhood, to that perfect wedding day,” says the designer. $6,590.
Shop Now: Sareh Nouri

2: Willowby by Watters Georgie gown with Aleena sleeves

willowy by Watters
Courtesy of Willowby Watters

This gown is for the free-spirited bride who wants a bohemian-inspired gown exuding a laid-back and effortless charm. Starting at $2,525.
Shop Now: Willowby Brides; Willowby Accessories

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3: Mark Ingram Bride Calm gown

Mark Ingram Bride
Courtesy of Mark Ingram Bride

Mark Ingram’s Fall 2024 Collection channels “the silhouettes and style lines of the iconic fashion and film greats,” says the designer. “My recent travels to Paris, Spain, and my love and history in New York City serve as a constant source of inspiration.” $5,481 (gown), $884 (bolero), $495 (belt).
Shop Now: Mark Ingram Bride

4: Amsale Hyacinth gown

Courtesy of Amsale

Amsale’s new collection, the Way of Flowers, harnesses “the Japanese art of floral arranging, ikebana design, [which] is all about simplicity, understated elegance, balance, harmony and a divine respect for nature,” says Amsale head designer Michael Cho. $12,000.
Shop now: Amsale

5: Grace Loves Lace Grace gown

Grace Loves Lace
Courtesy of Grace Loves Lace

Grace is perfect for the bride wanting an elegant, clean-lined look reminiscent of Old Hollywood glamour with its defined wide set straps and draped neckline. Made from luxurious fresh ivory stretch crepe creating a moulded, figure-defining silhouette with perfect symmetry and drama. $2,900.
Shop Now: Grace Loves Lace

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6: Francesca Miranda Gala Set

Francesca Miranda
Courtesy of Francesca Miranda

Her Cartas de Solsticio Collection is imbued by a continued fascination for lace and an ongoing exploration of embellishments and embroideries. Francesca Miranda presents an eclectic collection of gowns that is reminiscent of everything from Pride & Prejudice to “Modern Love.” $5,720.
Shop Now: Francesa Miranda

7: Anne Barge Millie gown

Anne Barge
Courtesy of Anne Barge

Nantucket’s coastal beauty was the inspiration for the Anne Barge Fall 2024 Collection. It’s a tribute to the island’s timeless elegance and romantic coastal vibes. Picture soft, flowing fabrics that mimic the caress of the ocean breeze, delicate lace details inspired by the intricate beauty of seashells, and iconic ball gowns that awaken the spirit of classic romance. $2,850 (gown), $2,630 (detachablevtrain), $870 (veil).
Shop Now: Anne Barge

8: By Watters Fluff gown

By Watters
Courtesy of By Watters

The epitome of ‘balletcore’, the Fluff gown is perfect for twirling the night away. A sweatheart neckline compliments the structured corset bodice and the draped tulle skirt is finshed with 3D appliques. $825.
Shop Now: By Watters

9: Alexandra Grecco Eloise gown

Alexandra Grecco
Courtesy of Alexandria Grecco

The Alexandra Grecco Birdie Collection is inspired by and named after the designer’s grandmother, Roberta “Birdie.” “The collection is a celebration of her impeccable sense of style, her boundless creativity and the stories she shared about life growing up in Brooklyn,” says the designer. Inquire for price.
Shop Now: Alexandra Grecco

10: Nadia Manjarrez Bridal Lucy gown with Watteau train

Nadia Manjarrez
Courtesy of Nadia Manjarrez

Nadia Manjarrez’s Fall/Winter 2024 Collection draws inspiration from stained-glass windows. “During my childhood, our Sundays revolved around church, followed by a family breakfast. I spent every Sunday gazing at those stained-glass windows,” says the designer. $4,375 (gown), $5,875 (gown with train). 
Shop Now: Nadia Manjarrez

11: Ines Di Santo Temple gown

Ines di Santo
Courtesy of Ines Di Santo

Ines Di Santo’s Modern Perspective Collection is an artistic study of our relationship between architecture and the ever changing urban landscapes that surround us. Using innovative interior construction, Ines plays with transparent layers over frameworks of corsetry to create new voluminous shapes and silhouettes. These gowns are adorned with translucent beaded accents that shine to create texture and dimension throughout. The Modern Perspective collection is the embodiment of strong femininity fabricated by the innovative application of traditional couture craftsmanship. $11,990.
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12: Hera Couture Isabella gown in matte rose brocade

Hera Couture
Courtesy of Hera Couture

Isabella exudes the essence of a princess. Crafted from luxurious matte rose brocade, the corseted bodice ensures a defined and flattering figure, while the pleated off-the-shoulder sleeves add regal sophistication. The box-pleated skirt creates a romantic silhouette without overwhelming and strikes the perfect balance between grace and opulence. Inquire for price.
Shop Now: Hera Couture

13: Julie Vino Gabriella gown

Julie Vino
Courtesy of Julie Vino

Julie Vino’s Red Rock 2024 Collection is ideal for the sultry bride who loves opulence. She desires to show off her figure in daring, curve-hugging fabric. In an ode to old world glamour, these gowns feature micro-pearl beading, flair sleeves, corsetry with elegant & sheer draping overtop. $8,900.
Shop Now: Julie Vino

14: Justin Alexander Saki gown

Justin Alexander
Courtesy of Justin Alexander

New Jersey designer Justin Alexander’s Art of Waiting Collection is focused on the profound beauty of waiting for one of life’s most cherished gifts and the timeless charm of patience. The collection is filled with 3-D florals, tactile jacquards, modern necklines, blossoming silhouettes and a little sparkle. Inquire for price.
Shop Now: Justin Alexander

15: Morilee Madeline Gardner Persephone gown

Courtesy of Morilee

The Persephone gown is an explosion of color with frosted floral embroidered appliqués. The sweetheart bodice has a subtle sheerness that highlights the exposed boning, with detachable off-the-shoulder sleeves for styling options. The tulle mermaid has a lightweight feel and effortless look. $1,850.
Shop Now: Morilee

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