The Fall 2015 Bridal Collections gave us plenty of backs to love
INES DI SANTO
We love the combinations of embroidery on this Ines di Santo gown. The embroidered illusion back feels vintage with it’s beautiful scroll work and leaf motifs, but the spider web pattern and exposed zipper prove this back is very of-the-moment. Bergdorf Goodman, 754 5th Avenue at 58th St., Midtown, (212)872-8957
Inbal Dror is known for her drama, and the back of this beaded lace gown shows you why. The modified racer-back with illusion tulle shows off the shoulders beautifully, while the crystal beaded trim on the illusion and the exposed zipper give it a rebellious edge. Mark Ingram Atelier, 110 East 55th Street at Park Ave, (212) 319-6778.
The floral lace on this illusion tulle back is romantic and feminine, but the low scoop below the waistline, and the slight racer-back cut at the shoulders give it a sexier feel. Romona Keveza, One Rockefeller Plaza, The Penthouse, Midtown, (212) 207-1080