Everything Rachel Zoe touches turns to fashion. (And we mean that in the best, Tyra Banks, "make it fashion" kind of way.) So, it's no surprise that when the stylist and designer set her sights on designing bridal gowns, the results turned out magazine-spread worthy.
Now available, the dresses that make up The Rachel Zoe Wedding Edit show a great range of styles. For the bohemian bride, there's the dreamy Violet Fil Coupe gown. With a sheer, flowing skirt and a neckline accented with ruffles, the dress practically begs for a meadow setting and a hairstyle with tucked-in wildflowers. Meanwhile, we can totally see the Lizette one-shoulder gown taking center stage at a tropical destination wedding — and, is it us, or is the Betty double-breasted wrap dress made for a chic city bride who's all about the courthouse?
No matter the style you settle on, there's a theme that threads through each of the snowy-white pieces. With a glamorous and modern customer in mind, Zoe also infused each piece in the line with a celebratory spirit. "Since the launch of my first collection, I've included white in every season with the intention to dress brides," the designer said on her website. "It's that euphoric moment that's always inspired me."
Speaking of euphoria, we'd venture to guess that you'll be psyched when you see the prices on these bridal gowns. Spoiler alert: nothing costs more than $700. Scroll down to shop our favorite styles!
Violet Fil Coupe Gown
Lizette One-Shoulder Ruffled Fluid Sequin Gown
Ava Satin-Backed Crepe Gown
Nicolina Duchess Crepe Gown
Estelle Open-Back Lace Gown
Betty Double-Breasted Wrap Effect Mini Dress
Linda Wide-Leg Fluid Sequin Pants
Anouk Satin-Backed Crepe Jumpsuit
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