Tons of gorgeous gowns from the industry’s top wedding dress designers – think Oscar de la Renta, Caroline Herrera, Vera Wang, Monique Lhuillier and Marchesa – hit the New York City runways at Bridal Market last week!

NYC Bridal Week: Top Wedding Gown Trends for 2014{From left: Reem AcraAna Sui for BHLDNVera WangTemperley LondonOscar de le RentaMonique Lhuillier}

From dramatic backs and Great Gasby to peplums and short skirts, we’re sharing a few fabulous looks and the haute new gown trends for 2014…

Dramatic Backs

Wedding Gown Trends for 2014: Dramatic Backs{From left:  Alyne, Reem Acra, Marchesa and Rivini}

 With breathtaking backs made of lace and stunning detailing, these beautiful creations are perfect for the bride who wants to make a dramatic entrance and exit!

Great Gatsby-Inspired

Wedding Gown Trends for 2014: Great Gatsby Inspired{Front left: Claire Pettibone, Kenneth Pool, Ana Sui for BHLDN, Maggie Sottero}

With the release of the new Great Gatsby film, 1920’s glam is on everyone’s mind. Designers sent gorgeous gowns down the runway with lace, detailed embroidery, beading and even feathers.

Black & White

Wedding Gown Trends for 2014: Vera Wang Black and White
Bold and edgy, Vera Wang’s new collection featured all black and white gowns with modern geometric patterns. She also outfitted all of her runway models with long black leather gloves.

Appliques

Wedding Gown Trends for 2014: Appliques{From left: Monique Lhuillier, Temperley London, Oscar de le Renta, Carolina Herrera}

Perfect looks for the fashion-forward bride who loves to add a little something extra to her gown, these designs feature added sashes, lace and accessories. 

Peplums

Wedding Gown Trends for 2014: Peplums{From left: Marchesa, Alyne, Oscar de la Renta, Vera Wang}

Crafted with lovely lace and tufted tulle, the high-fashion peplum trend is taking the bridal world by storm this season. Designed for a bride with more of a romantic look in mind.

Short Skirts

Wedding Gown Trends for 2014: Short Skirts{From left: Marchesa, Carolina Herrera and Monique Lhuillier}

From tea length to above the knee, beloved bridal designers showcased fun and flirty gowns for the nontraditional bride. Who doesn’t love a gorgeous gown that allows you to show off those haute heels?

 {What gorgeous gown made your list? Tell us your favorites bridal looks for 2014
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