A new season of ready-to-wear winter wedding designs
If you fall short of finding your perfect dress amongst the runway's main bridal collections then never fear. This autumn/winter 2013 the ready-to-wear runways of London, Paris, New York and Milan have offered up an impressive selection of gowns to inspire your big day decision.
And the new winter designs are packed full of ivory lace and silks in cream, champagne and porcelain making them the perfect wedding find. From Jenny Packham's soft silk creations in sugared almond colours to Marchesa's regal taffeta designs, you'll be sure to find a collection to inspire you.
Dolce & Gabbana kept their look cool this season with sharp pencil skirts and sweet shift dresses in delicate lace that will look on-trend through summer into winter. But, for those dreaming of tying the knot outdoors even in the cooler months, then designers such as Luisa Beccaria and the infamous Valentino have woven wool into wedding worthy designs with their show stopping creations.
Here's a selection of the hottest ready-to-wear designs for autumn/winter 2013...
Icy geometric designs kept the silver and white dresses of Valentin Yudashkin's autumn/winter 2013 collection perfectly seasonal for any winter wedding
Dolce & Gabbana kept their cuts traditionally chic with simple shift designs and sharp pencil skirts made from elegant ivory lace
Collette Dinnigan's waist skimming shift dresses looked utterly ladylike on the runways this season with subtle peplums, delicate beading and embossed floral designs finished off with a shimmering pearl hue
No one can weave wool into decadence like the infamous bridal couture creator, Valentino. From short dresses to full length frocks the Italian designer kept his ready-to-wear collection sharp with stunning blue and white motifs topped off with a simple peter pan collar
For winter wedding a look no further than Luisa Beccaria's parade of woven wool dresses in Milan which which were topped off with gold accents and fur trim for a decadent look to warm winter wear
One of the most favoured bridal designers, Marchesa also pulled out all the stops at their ready-to-wear show this season with luxe taffeta silk drapery topped off with hand embroidered floral designs
Looking pretty in pink, white and soft patterns of grey the collection of Lela Rose, showed off silk dresses, feather skirts and layers of lace
The elegance behind Jenny Packham's flowing silk creations can be seen in the designs' figure flattering pleats and shimmering effects of the fabrics that bring out the most the dresses' sugar pastel hues
Sarah Burton, the designer behind Alexander McQueen's regal collection, gave an impressive show this season with a display of ornate ivory gowns with full skirts boasting bodices of gold brocade and jewel-encrusted headpieces