Fashion Friday: David’s Bridal Press Preview

Me at the David's Bridal Press Preview!

On Wednesday I attended the David’s Bridal Fall 2012 Press Preview in New York City. It was a certified treat! As I’ve commented before, I continue to be impressed by the enormous offerings DB carries at affordable price points in so many store locations. And whether you’re a size 2 or size 26, they have you covered. Even those trendier brides who choose to purchase their wedding gown from a boutique with more exclusivity can count on DB for a last minute accessory for a member of their bridal party. Here’s a snapshot of what you can expect from DB next season:

Lace: Last year’s Royal Wedding continues to inspire the bridal world. From layered to beaded and veiled appliques, lace is still a prominent and romantic trend for fall.

An beautiful example of the season's lace trend...

Jewel tones: DB has long offered a plethora of colors for attendants to choose from but expect rich colors like apple (a vibrant red), gem (a jeweled green) and rosewood (a dusty rose and my fave of the three!) to seem new again. This is especially important since so many more couples are opting to reap the financial benefits of a fall or winter wedding.

1920s vintage accents: I happen to think some form of vintage is always present in fashion. However, I noticed a number of accessories with details that borrowed from the 1920s: gorge beaded clutch bags and some carry-over of last season’s trends like fascinator immediately come to mind.

Publicist Rebecca models a DB birdcage veil-headband combo for Triple B!

One-shoulder silhouettes: Sculpted one-shoulder looks are modern, architectural and very reflective of what your fave celebs are wearing on the red carpet.

How gorge would this gown be at a beach wedding? And it will retail for $179!

Skirt drama: Tulle swag detailing, textured fabric and asymmetrical organza tiers give skirts a facelift for fall. The result? A light, airy and ethereal aesthetic.

A sampling of DB's tulle collection for fall. The middle gown is an example of the tulle "swag" skirt detailing...

More deliciousness from the fall collection. This gown is full of intricate beading yet it retails for only $549!

These sashes can be worn well after the big day.

Which trend is your favorite? Are you planning a fall wedding? Would you wear any of the above looks on your big day?

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    1. This looks like so much fun! I love the tulle dress and the sashes. David’s Bridal is cool but their customer service can suck and the stores are always a mess.

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