Badgley Mischka Spring 2014 Wedding Dresses. Badgley Mischka has pulled out all the stops for its Spring 2014 Wedding Collection, where Great Gatsby meets ethereal angelic beauty. Here are some of our favorites:
This blush gown with slightly flared tulle bottom is romantic and regal. Not your typical bridal gown, it features ornate beading, specifically highlighting light blue beads surrounded by shimmery gold thread. This is perfect for those tall, slender, stylish brides.
This empire-waist gown looks like one dress from far away but up close, has intricate lace detail on the long, flowy skirt. The deep v-neck cut is enhanced with crystal beading all along the top of the dress. It's the perfect marriage of soft and glamorous.
Who doesn' love a fit-n-flare gown? Badgley Mischka created this lovely clean-cut dress in a beautiful off-white color. The top is made of sheer fabric and embellished at the seam with starburst beading and pearls.
For ladies who love A-lines, this lace dress is ideal. It's the perfect combination of drama and femininity with its stunning appliques and embellishments. With a soft ribbon waistband, it helps define your curves even more.
Ruching is a way to help anyone look slim and this strapless gown hits all the right notes. With its corset boning up top and flared tulle skirt, this dress is modern sophistication. The drama on the bottom is perfectly balanced with the lively beading where the skirt meets the dress.
Straps don't have to be plain and here, the designers chose to adorn the straps with floral silver beading and crystals. The ruched bodice cuts a slender silhouette and the fit-n-flare skirt is fun and flirty with flowers, tulle and beading all swirling in together.
Capelets are a hot accessory for brides and Badgley Mischka took it up a notch with a gold overlay on this simple white dress. With bold silver beading and golden lace fabric, this glamorous wedding day look is not to be missed.
Sleeves are also making a big comeback this year because designers are paying more attention to this often-overlooked element. Badgley Mischka created this masterpiece with beaded sleeves and a boat-neck top. The generously beaded overlay covers a fitted satin dress with a sweetheart neckline and simple flared skirt.
For brides who want something a little different, this gown has lots going on. The top is a sheer panel that is met by a sweetheart neckline and bodice covered in flower-adorned beading. The white underneath still says bridal but not too loudly. The flowy skirt is a delicate lace fabric that softens the dramatic beading of the top.
We can't wait to see how many brides wear these amazing designs down the aisle next year! Badgley Mischka Spring 2014