NYC-Inspired Gowns by Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld Bridal 2016

Sophisticated wedding dress designs for a jet-setting bride.

The jet-setting lifestyle of a sophisticated New York woman was the inspiration behind Dennis Basso's 2016 collection for Kleinfeld Bridal. "From New York to London, Paris, and Milan, her days are full of chance encounters, beautiful strangers, and a sleek international influence that shapes her personal style," Basso explains. Clean, strong silhouettes and just enough shine and embellishment characterize the designs in this collection that are refined yet powerful.

A selection of satin and silk gowns emphasize tailored and polished style. The halter fit-and-flare gown ties behind the neck with a striking bow, and a strapless version of a similar silhouette also features a bow detail on the back of the skirt. Other designs are embellished with silver embroidery and beading; see the V-neck A-line gown with a sparkling bodice, and the sweetheart fit-and-flare dress featuring a beaded neckline. The collection also includes styles in soft tulle and lace; a tea-length ball gown with a beaded belt is a particular standout. Finally, designs in silk jaquard offer couture style in two ways: a short-sleeved ball gown and a tank cocktail dress. Discover the entire collection in the slideshow above!

For more wedding dress inspiration, we encourage you to browse through other fashion slideshows, find your favorite silhouette and style in our wedding dress photo galleries, and check out Lookbooks from your favorite designers. 

Authored by: Erin Migdol

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