Marchesa Fall 2014 wedding dresses collection. The latest collection from Marchesa is light, airy and dreamy. The carefree structures and tender touches of sparkle are perfect for the romantic, starry-eyed bride. Our top ten favorite looks from the fall 2014 collection span various silhouettes and designs but collectively exude the enchanting Marchesa spirit. The neckline of this gown is stunning with antique lace. Heavily placed near the collarbone, it sits atop a sheer panel that continues down the bride's arms. The lace overlay ends at the waist and the long skirt is made clean and simple. This dress creates a tall and slender silhouette.
An empire waist gown will always be in style. The wide boat neckline is crafted with sheer lace that covers the shoulders. It drips onto the bust which is made from ruched fabric that continues down the length of the dress. The waist has a delicate highlight for a touch of sparkle.
Ruffles don't have to be left in the 80s. This gentle V-neck gown has a delicate layer of ruffles around the neckline. Peeking from underneath is lovely lace that continues down the dress. Asymmetrical panels create the skirt for a gorgeous, unique finish.
Marchesa created this stunning vision for the modern-day princess. The sweetheart neckline has a tiny touch of lace and the bodice is ruched. Billowy ruffles are placed at the neckline and at the waist by way of a peplum skirt. The design is complete with a full, voluminous skirt.
There is always a bride who needs a classic A-line gown. This design is exclusive with its modified sweetheart neckline and small sheer panel at the bust. The bodice is sporadically beaded with floral details that taper off down the length of the dress. The skirt looks like a lovely collection of tulle and pairs perfectly with a classic veil.
This is classic-meets-modern from the Marchesa perspective. A clean, simple sweetheart neckline features sweeping fabric. A gorgeous, full skirt looks elegant and timeless. However, the one unique detail is the most impactful. The peplum at the waist looks like a satisfied collection of flower petals placed ever-so-gently together to create volume and drama.
A sheer neckline and sleeves make this dress a keeper. A popular style as of late, Marchesa ramps up the style-factor by incorporating a unique lace pattern that not only covers the neck but also the top of the fit-and-flare skirt. A satin ribbon accentuates the natural waist and the bottom of the skirt is made with simple, clean material.
This is angelic at its best. Off-the-shoulder cap sleeves are touched with modest beading. Boning in the bodice gives structure to the gown. The design is made soft with the sweeping material at the bust and on the bodice. The mermaid skirt has large rosettes that give way to a beautiful hem.
Billowy sleeves are an unexpected but welcome detail to this gown. The sheer material starts at the neckline and travels all the way down the arms. Beading is placed at the shoulders and wrists for extra sparkle. The A-line skirt is a flowing display of fabric that caps off the ethereal look. With the exception of a wedding ring, additional accessories aren't necessary.
The final look from Marchesa is feminine and antique. Large ivory rosettes and floral details are placed on the gown from top to bottom. The look is complete with a satin ribbon waistband. This design is an echo of romance with a touch of timeless beauty.
Marchesa Fall 2014 collection captivates the essence of the celebration of love. Amorous antique lace and dainty beading make each gown an exquisite and noteworthy bridal expression. No matter the dress, a style from Marchesa will set the tone for an exclusive and sophisticated wedding day.
Dresses: Marchesa Fall 2014