For the fashion-forward bride, wedding dress shopping means so much more than finding a beautiful gown – it’s about choosing a dress that embodies who she is, how she wants to feel on her wedding day, and leaves a lasting impression. From glittering embellishments to dramatic silhouettes, these top wedding dresses from the latest bridal collections were designed to turn heads and make a statement.

Zuhair Murad – Phoenician Queens

Inspired by Phoenician history, the Spring 2025 bridal collection by Zuhair Murad is filled with statement making wedding gowns. Our top wedding dress picks include a trio of gowns featuring strapless and off-shoulder necklines, exquisite embroidery, 3D embellishments, and crystals that mimic the Mediterranean sun.

Kyha Studios – Gauzy Romance

Breezy seaside weddings often call for wedding gowns with less embellishments, and more flowing, romantic fabrics. We chose two strapless bridal ballgowns by Kyha Studios, as they feature timeless silhouettes with dreamy, gauzy fabrics that will move beautifully with the bride.

Tony Ward – Regal Embellishments

The top wedding dresses by Tony Ward this season are less “Princess Bride” and more “Queen,” with higher necklines, long sleeves, and stunning trains. For brides getting married in historic cathedrals, European chateaus, and sprawling estates, these gowns will make a statement while upholding an air of regality and sophistication.

Reem Acra – Ladylike Lace

No matter which fashion trends come and go, lace will always have a place in the bridal world.

Reem Acra has two lovely options that blend couture with an effortless, ladylike elegance.

Ashi Studio – Sophisticated Silhouettes

Known for their sophisticated silhouettes and exquisite lines, Ashi Studio always creates wedding dresses that make a statement. Our favorites this year include an embroidered full-length button down gown with a mandarin collar, and a high-low wedding dress with an embellished hem and cape.

Galia Lahav – Lush Volume

Lush volume and oversized embellishments reign supreme at the moment, and Galia Lahav has risen to the occasion with two showstopping gowns that feature cascading 3D florals, sheer French lace, and dramatic overskirts.

Ines Di Santo – Spring Court

Ines Di Santo’s latest bridal collection showcases ballgowns that will make brides look as if they’ve stepped out of a fairytale kingdom. With tiers of tulle, drop waists, and sheer bodices covered in floral embellishments, these statement making gowns only give the illusion of being demure.

BERTA – Bold Bodices

BERTA brides are known for embracing plunging necklines, curve-hugging cuts, and low backs; but our favorites from the latest collection incorporate lavish texture, voluminous skirts, and bold necklines that are supported by beautifully constructed bodices.

Sareh Nouri – NYC Chic

Wedding dresses by Sareh Nouri are the epitome of “NYC Chic.” Our top picks this season include a gauzy, frothy, strapless wedding gown covered in 3D flowers. It’s what we imagine a modern day Carrie Bradshaw would wear. Alternatively, for the “Charlotte Yorks” out there, Sareh Nouri also has a classic strapless bridal gown with a sweet trio of bows in the back.

The Atelier – Structural Layers

The Atelier always excels in blurring the line between bridal fashion and artistry. For a truly unique bridal look, the fashion house offers two showstoppers that feature structural layers, asymmetry, and origami-like folds.

Lihi Hod and Eva Lendel – Exquisite Minimalists

The love affair current brides have with minimalism continues; but that’s not to say that minimalist wedding gowns make any less of a statement. We came across two beautiful options by Lihi Hod and Eva Lendel that are masterpieces in tailoring and construction.

Dana Harel – Sensual Sweethearts

The sweetheart neckline gets a sensual upgrade this season with two statement making wedding dresses by Dana Harel – one being a beaded, curve-hugging number, and the other being a romantic bridal ballgown with a voluminous skirt and pockets.

Kim Kassas – Peek-A-Boo Pleats

Why pick just one statement-making feature when you can have several? Our current favorite wedding dress from Kim Kassas is a strapless gown that has pleats, peek-a-boo lace, a lace-up corset, a voluminous overskirt, and sequin embellishments.