An easy favorite of celebrities from Caroline Kennedy to Idina Menzel, Carolina Herrera launched her bridal line out of her eponymous label in 1987 and has since been a go-to for brides worldwide. Classic and elegant, the label ties in modern sensibilities with refined sophistication. Currently helmed by Wes Gordon, the label is known for its dramatic details like oversized bows, sculpted silhouettes, and exaggerated trains perfect for bold, fashion-loving brides.
Carolina Herrera Bridal Fall 2020
With only 11 dresses, this Carolina Herrera Bridal Fall 2020 collection features a play on silhouettes with sculpted trumpet skirts, imposing A-lines, and dramatic details. The collection also features a lot of textures, including silk mikado, luxe jacquard, and organza overlays, among others. It channels modern drama fit for the contemporary bride.
“Michaela” strapless silk faille A-line wedding dress with exposed crystal embroidered corset and cascade draped back bow.
“Maxine” notched strapless silk faille A-line wedding dress with exposed crystal embroidered corset and cascade draped back bow.
“Madalyn” strapless wedding dress with rose embroidered silk mikado bodice, pleated tulle ball skirt, and degrade embroidery.
“Mia” V-neck silk crepe A-line wedding dress with delicate silver crystal and bugle bead detail.
“Marguerite” strapless trumpet wedding dress with organza floral lace and detachable sleeves.
“Mercer” long-sleeve crepe trumpet wedding dress with scooped back.
“Musette” strapless silk faille A-line wedding dress with draped bodice and floral threadwork embroidery.
“Marcella” V-neck silk mikado trumpet wedding dress with princess seams and back bow.
“Margot” tulle layered trumpet wedding dress with floral lace appliqué overlay and illusion halter.
“Manuella” strapless drop-waist silk mikado wedding dress with floral threadwork embroidery and ball gown skirt.
“Marabelle” draped off-shoulder floral jacquard A-line dress.
Carolina Herrera Bridal Spring 2020
Romantic and elegant, the dresses from the Carolina Herrera Bridal Spring 2020 collection were light and airy. Exposed boning, delicate embroidery, the lightest of laces kept the looks feeling more ethereal, perfect for the romantic bride who envisions gliding down her fairy tale wedding aisle.
Look 1: Strapless tulle A-line wedding dress with floral lace appliqué embroidered bodice.
Look 2: Strapless tulle lace ball gown with exposed boning on a drop-waist bodice and layers of tulle over floral embroidered lace.
Look 3: Trumpet, off-the-shoulder gown with sweetheart neckline, waist sash, and three-quarter sleeves.
Look 4: Off-the-shoulder lace jumpsuit with lace long sleeves, bow detail, and lace train.
Look 5: Silk faille A-line dress with plunging neckline and printed florals.
Look 6: Trumpet gown with bateau neck, lace long sleeves, and lace overlay on bodice.
Look 7: Strapless ball gown with sweetheart neckline, oversized draped bow detail on waist, and gathered asymmetrical skirt with side slit.
Look 8: Strapless silk mikado trumpet gown with sweetheart neckline.
Look 9: Silk faille A-line dress with bateau neckline, open back, waist sash, and cascading ruffles on back that billows out into a train.
Look 10: Silk faille A-line gown with high-neck, long-sleeved tulle overlay covered in lace appliqués.
Look 11: Strapless silk faille trumpet gown with ruched asymmetrical overlay detail on bodice with small bow on side waist.
Look 12: A-line gown with lace long sleeves, cut-out back, and tulle skirt.
Look 13: Strapless ball gown with tulle overlay on bodice, satin waist sash, and dramatic tiered tulle skirt.
Look 14: Collared silk faille A-line gown in ivory with plunging neckline, waist sash tied on front, and pocket detail.
Look 15: Sleeveless silk faille trumpet dress with low back and exaggerated bow detail on back.
Look 16: Tulle A-line gown with illusion bodice, bow on back, and floral appliqués on bodice and drop waist.
Carolina Herrera Bridal Fall 2019
Elegance paired with intricate details punctuated the Carolina Herrera Bridal Fall 2019. The collection offered unexpected details, including a mint sash, oversized bows that extend into trains, and organza overskirts for the bride who wants to inject a bit of fashion fun on her wedding day. From dramatic billowing ball gowns to sleek high-neck sheaths, there’s a dress for every modern-day romantic.
Look 1: Strapless organza gown with lace appliqués and overskirt.
Look 2: A-line dress with illusion bateau neck, quarter sleeves, and floral lace appliqué on tulle.
Look 3: Strapless ball gown with floral lace appliqués and floral threadwork embroidery.
Look 4: Sleeveless silk mikado gown with floral threadwork embroidery and wide sash on the waist that ties into an oversized bow on the back.
Look 5: Sleeveless silk faille trumpet gown with plunging neckline.
Look 6: Strapless silk faille gown with sweetheart neckline, ruching on bodice, and oversized bow that extends to train.
Look 7: Sleeveless silk faille gown with low back, waist sash, and exaggerated cascading ruffle detail on back.
Look 8: Strapless silk mikado ball gown with floral threadwork embroidery.
Look 9: Sleeveless silk faille fitted gown with high neckline and exaggerated bow detail on nape.
Look 10: Strapless fitted dress with allover floral threadwork embroidery and exaggerated bow detail on back.
Look 11: Strapless lace gown with sweetheart neckline, mint green waist sash, and tulle over floral lace.
Look 12: Strapless gown with sweetheart neckline and floral-embroidered asymmetrical peplum that extends into train.
Look 13: Strapless silk mikado gown with sweetheart neckline, off-the-shoulder sleeves, ruching on bodice, waist sash, and pockets.
Look 14: Strapless silk faille gown with exaggerated bow detail on back.