1920s-Inspired Wedding Dresses from THEIA Fall 2016

See some of the beautiful gowns from the runway at bridal fashion week!

1920s-Inspired Wedding Dresses from THEIA Fall 2016

Photo: Robert Mitra

On Thursday, the THEIA Fall 2016 collection was presented at Bridal Fashion Week in New York City. Designed with the inspiration of a hazy walk through a 1920s opium den, the bridal collection features sleek and sexy gowns for fearless and empowered brides. Women desiring a bridal gown with modern cuts and vintage-inspired elements will love the fabrics, fringe, and embroidered details reminiscent of a bygone era.

Bias satin gowns, rich embroideries, and bold colors characterize this collection of wedding dresses. Slip dresses inspired by lingerie, as well as wedding gowns in bright red and bold black hues offer brides a different look than a traditional lace wedding dress. Click through the slideshow above to see each of the styles, and let us know which is your favorite in the comments! Would you wear any of these daring bridal designs?

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