Not to mention make your getting-ready routine — and life — so much easier.
Designers put new twists on Victorian lace, '80s puff sleeves, vintage prairie dresses and hot pants.
We noticed the resurgence of this spotty motif among the street style crowd during Couture Week in Paris.
The celebrity-filled red (uh, purple) carpet featured dozens of dazzling looks — and some genius Marvel-inspired accessories.
With expertise from "Brides" Executive Director Lisa Gooder.
Plus, the remaining top trends of the season include more Duchess of Sussex inspiration, sublime suiting and, of course, Kate Middleton (with a touch of Gwyneth Paltrow).
An excellent way to bring the holiday season into the new year.
A join effort with 'Brides' Executive Director Lisa Gooder.
But the other 9 may surprise you.
The top 11 trends for next year are timeless — and surprisingly trendy.
She's living happily ever after in a sea of sparkles.
Because not all luxury shoppers are a size zero.
There's something for every bride.
Pinay pride forever, baby.
From the runways at Vera Wang, Sally LaPointe, Monique Lhuillier and more.
The Fanning sisters and sequins are an unbeatable combination.