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Something Bold and Blue

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Wedding Gown Blues

That something blue is getting pretty bold

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue?  Well, bridal blues are getting a whole lot bolder, especially when used in wedding gowns.  Gone are the soft pastel blues reminiscent of robin’s eggs and Tiffany boxes.  Designers are going bold, with touches of preppy navy to vibrant royal blues.  Here are a few of our favorite something blue wedding gowns in bridal salons now:

Mark Ingram Atelier Exclusve Dee Hutton

A Hued Hem

Hey Upper East Siders, here’s a gown Blair Waldorf would swoon over.  A simple, fitted silhouette with an on-trend high-low hem trimmed in every prepsters favorite shade: navy.  We love the fabrication, silk faced satin, and how this classic gown is totally updated by adding the rich color border.

Dee Hutton for Mark Ingram Atelier, exclusively available at Mark Ingram Atelier.

Perfectly Tied

Leave it to Peter Copping of Oscar de la Renta to take the trappings of a classic bridal gown and rework them to create a modern stunner.  Point d’esprit lace is rusched in the front and back over a form-fitting sillhouette, all pulled together with a perfectly tailored navy bow.

Oscar de la Renta bridal collection is available at Bergdorf Goodman, Mark Ingram Atelier, and The Wedding Salon Of Manhasset.

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In Bloom

While color may not always be the norm in bridal gowns, floral patterns abound.  Why not combine the two?  Instead of a lace or embroidered floral pattern, go bold with this gorgeous royal blue hydrangea painted pattern.  No wilting on these beauties.

Romona Keveza Luxe Bridal Collection is available at the Romona Keveza Flagship Boutique, Kleinfeld, The Wedding Salon of Manhasset and Panache Bridal.

A Bride of a Different Color

Looking for an alternative bridal look without going nearly naked (the latest trend) or full on goth?  Try a gown in one shade, like this navy stunner by Tara La Tour.  While not many brides will go all navy, this shade allows you to be different while still looking elegant, and dare we say traditional?

Tara La Tour, by request Taralatour.com

Tara La Tour Navy Wedding Gown

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