Gowns Inspired by a Greek Goddess for Marchesa Fall/Winter 2017

The goddess of the dawn was the fitting muse for Marchesa's Fall/Winter 2017 bridal collection.

Gowns Inspired by a Greek Goddess for Marchesa Fall/Winter 2017

Photo: Raul Tovar

When wedding gowns are inspired by a Greek goddess, you just know the kind of ethereal glow they’ll exude. Marchesa’s fall/winter 2017 bridal collection, debuted at New York Bridal Fashion Week, turned to the goddess of the dawn, Eos, for design ideas. Each silhouette embodies the beauty of the rising sun through woven elements, floral embroidery, subtle blush and nude hues, and cascading drapework. Any bride looking to feel light, airy, and regal on her big day will adore these new styles.

The latest collection features many elegant dresses, including an ivory fit-and-flare gown with intricate threadwork and a plunging V-neckline, a nude ball gown with a dropped waist and a 3-D ribbon and organza insert, and a strapless column gown in corded lace with a cascading ruffled bustle drape. Such styles are surely fit for Mount Olympus! Scroll through the gallery above to see these designs and more.

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