There are only so many ways to interpret the wedding dress, right? Logically, yes, but if so, designers haven't met that brick wall yet, if the Fall 2018 collections are any indication. See the 12 most creative, let-me-plunge-headlong-back-into-dating-again gowns from this season here.
The skirt's like those cotton-ball sheep you used to make in grade school, except less stiff and, we imagine, so much more fun to pet.
There's your "something blue" taken care of.
Okay there, Mrs. Extra. But also, could I borrow your abandoned theater and your embroidered cape? It's not like you're going to wear it again.
In contrast, here's a bride who spends maybe only a bit less time planning her wedding than Mrs. Extra but is happier wearing pants, a shoulder-tie top, and a statement earring to City Hall.
Could see this gorgeous jacket as Mrs. Extra's honeymoon-leaving look, as she and her new partner clatter off (cans, remember) in a vintage Rolls.
For the understated bride, this Empress Josephine-esque, feathered/beaded/embroidered/beribboned masterpiece would be *just* the thing. (In case that didn't translate on the internet, that's sarcasm, yeah?)
This whole thing—just WOW. Nothing like a whole bolt of tulle and some baby's breath (so hot right now) to make you want to re-download Tinder. Psych—make that "do so well for yourself you can buy wedding gowns on a whim."
I think I spy on pants under that massive obi belt, but does that really matter when there's a massive obi belt to begin with?
Gothic, romantic, and takes inspiration from undergarments. (Boa optional.)
OH [fill in with whatever rude, single-syllable utterance you prefer]. With bridal, the designers behind such extravagances as the "NO" jacket show they can do quiet, Hepburn-ish class too.
Very Khaleesi, though maybe best if we don't have another big wedding go down on Game of Thrones.