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Runway Raves

Lace, beading, embroidery, and more give texture (and depth) to monochromatic gowns

Some call this off-shoulder look an evolution of the strapless silhouette that brides have fancied for seasons

Want a neckline that flatters every figure? Opt for a deep V

An "illusion" -producing layer of tulle makes covering up a sensual affair

Ready to show a little leg on your Big Day?

Lay on the lace to give that sexy silhouette a “proper” makeover

Capped, illusion, or buttoned up, sleeves add a ladylike look to every gown

From blushing to bold and even blue (!), wedding gowns turn all shades of pretty

A host of trends hit the Charleston Weddings Spring Bridal Show catwalk

Barely there or billowing, sleeves on bridesmaids' gowns flatter every body

Off-shoulder style add a hint of goddess to these bridesmaids' gowns

Putting the “party” into wedding party, attendant gowns get gorgeous by mirroring ready-to-wear fashion

The Duchess of Cambridge set a prim and proper tone for brides everywhere
Layers, tiers, and new patterns—oh my! Designers embrace the old-world material in myriad forms for modern looks
From champagne to “oatmeal,” blush to rose, soft, warm hues ruled the runways