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Our Favorite Wedding Dress Designers in 2020

January 5, 2020

Popular wedding dress designers are everywhere and you’ve undoubtedly heard their names before. That voluminous textured ball gown with a corseted bodice is most likely a Vera Wang creation, while a silk faille A-line gown adorned with hand-cut lace is most likely an Oscar de la Renta or Carolina Herrera. Oh, and that hand-embroidered tulle confection you saw on Instagram at a jaw-droppingly gorgeous wedding in Italy? That was likely Valentino, Elie Saab, Monique Lhuillier, or Marchesa. 

Bridal’s recent seasons have proved especially exciting for the bride seeking something unexpected—from a wedding dress designer she’s never heard of. These new kids on the block have ushered in a more competitive, dynamic, and diverse bridal fashion scene for those looking to stand out from the Chantilly-clad pack. No matter what your personal style, these new talents (who hail from the U.S. and the world over) are driving the of-the-moment bridal conversation, offering twists on the traditional staples we’ve grown accustomed to.

Sarah Seven

Our first wedding dress designer pick is Sarah Seven. This made to measure designer leaves you feeling all sorts of luxurious while maintaining everyday ease.

Sarah Seven bridal wedding dress when she knew photography events
Sarah Seven bridal wedding dress when she knew photography events

One Day

Our wedding dress designer runner up is One Day Bridal. Think ethereal—yet modern. One Day is for the demi-romantic, the bride who embraces the dreamy quality of party dressing with a metropolitan sensibility.

One day bridal wedding dress when she knew photography events
One day bridal wedding dress when she knew photography events