Carolina Herrera Fall 2017 Wedding Dress Collection
Carolina Herrera released her first bridal collection in 1987, a year after designing first daughter Caroline Kennedy's wedding dress. A Venezuela native, Herrera was constantly influenced by international culture and fashion, helping her build an industry empire that's stood the test of time. The House of Herrera is known for many things, effortless elegance being one of them. Inspired by all things art (from architecture, to cinema, to painting, and of course design) the label consistently transforms worldly beauty into modern, wearable looks. Worn by celebrities on the red carpet (including Blake Lively and Diane Kruger) and down the aisle (including Olivia Palermo and Tamera Mowry), there's a reason the brand's been so popular. One look at its bridal line and you'll capture the fashion house's essence: Carolina Herrera means high-fashion and haute couture, executed with remarkable craftsmanship and dynamic, timeless styling. This year marks Herrera's 35th in the fashion industry, and her Fall 2017 bridal collection is definitely worth celebrating. Romance and fantasy may be classics in the wedding world, but as these gowns will show, they're far from overdone. The following Carolina Herrera wedding dresses are completely contemporary, not to mention gorgeous, elegant, and beautifully detailed.
"Eloise" Hi-low party dress with embroidered florets and exposed tulle hemline.
"Elisabeth" Silk faille 35th anniversary ball gown.
"Emilie" Italian alencon lace long sleeve trumpet wedding dress.
"Elaina" Silk Mikado trumpet wedding dress with shear cut outs.
"Estelle" Floral embroidered column gown with flutter sleeve.
"Emanuele" Tiered tulle and organza ball gown with delicate embroidered bodice trim.
"Elle" Silk faille trumpet gown with back ruffle detail.
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