Gowns Inspired by Scandinavia from Sareh Nouri Fall 2018

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Gowns Inspired by Scandinavia from Sareh Nouri Fall 2018

Photo: Mani Zarrin

The breathtakingly beautiful icebergs and waterfalls of Scandinavia were the inspiration behind Sareh Nouri's fall 2018 bridal line as the designer interpreted her motif with hints of icy blue hues sprinkled throughout the collection. The pop of blue was a refreshing take on bridal, and looks ranged from "Esme" – a flirty high-low gown with a bateau neckline featuring a printed Gazar China pattern-lined skirt – to "Eliza," a dreamy jacquard ball gown with a straight across folded neckline and oversized Swarovski buttons. Of course, being the creative designer she is, these pieces are also available in ivory. 

Nouri also showed some more traditional dresses, such as "Emily," an A-line, off the shoulder gown with three dimensional floral embroideries; "Elle," a full ball gown in printed liquid organza with a bow detail at the waist and a cathedral train; and a few simple, yet architectural, inspired gowns paired with intricate lace-embroidered and beaded cardigans that were truly stunning. See these styles and more in the slideshow above!

For more wedding gown inspiration, view additional collections from bridal fashion week here. Also, be sure to check out our extensive photo galleries, which feature images of the wedding gowns chosen by real brides.

Photos by Mani Zarrin