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Bridal Gowns Directory

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Mark Ingram Atelier

110 E. 55th St., nr. Park Ave., eighth fl.; 212-319-6778; bridalatelier.com

This meticulously curated space offers brides-to-be the opportunity to test-drive some of the biggest names in bridal couture: Monique Lhuillier, Vera Wang, Inbal Dror, and Oscar de la Renta, among ­others (from $5,000). By appointment only.

Merci New York

646-368-1941; mercinewyork.com

Merci New York helps the busy city bride find everything from the dress to the honeymoon wardrobe. Styling for boudoir shoots, engagement sessions, and the wedding day is also available. Prices upon request. By appointment only.

Mika Inatome Custom Bridal

325 W. 38th St., nr. Eighth Ave., Ste. 407; 212-966-7777; mikainatome.com

Inatome has a reputation as a master of slender, custom­-made mermaid gowns. Her airy loft is filled with 50 sophisticated, timeless samples ($1,700 to $5,000), and everything is crafted by hand.

Modern Trousseau

552 Seventh Ave., at 40th St., Ste. 301; 212-278-8030; moderntrousseau.com

This atelier uses fine imported silk and lace to craft each custom gown ($2,200 to $6,200). One seamstress creates the dress from start to finish.

Monique Lhuillier

19 E. 71st St., at Madison Ave.; 212-683-3332; moniquelhuillier.com

Well-known for her romantic and feminine gowns—Reese Witherspoon chose one for her big day—­Lhuillier’s latest ready-to-wear collection has offerings for moms and bridesmaids. Prices upon request.

Morgane Le Fay

980 Madison Ave., nr. 76th St.; 100 Wooster St., nr. Spring St.; 212-879-9700; morganelefay.com

Designer Liliana Casabal’s bridal collection ($1,000 to $5,000, including alterations) features luxe fabrics like silk, organza, taffeta, duchess satin, and chiffon. (good value)

NearlyNewlywed.com

Buy new and “nearly new” wedding dresses at 40 to 90 percent off the retail price. After the wedding, you may sell the dress back through the site—even if it’s been altered. Dress prices range from $500 to $7,000. (good value)

Nicole Miller

77 Greene St., nr. Spring St.; 212-219-1825; nicolemiller.com

Miller’s understated gowns ($750 to $3,500) appeal to the free-spirited bride and often feature impeccable draping, column-style cuts, and sexy open backs. Appointments recommended. (good value)

Paula Varsalona

552 Seventh Ave., nr. 40th St., Ste. 602; 212-221-5600; paulavarsalona.com

Varsalona’s formal V collection features strapless gowns with sculpted bodices (from $2,000); the Crème collection showcases elaborate beading and threadwork (from $3,000).

Pronovias

14 E. 52nd St., nr. Fifth Ave.; 212-897-6393; pronovias.com

These romantic gowns start at $1,500 and flaunt lace, bustier-style corsets, cascades of ruffles, floral embroidery, and flowing trains. By appointment only.

Rania Hatoum

6 E. 45th St., nr. Fifth Ave., Ste. 1501; 212-682-0262

With their signature, hand-embroidered beadwork, Rania’s dresses entice you to lean in and catch the details. The one-of-a-kind gowns (from $2,000) come in slimming silhouettes made with carefully selected fabric from France and Italy. By appointment only.

Rebecca Schoneveld Design Studio

516 Third Ave., nr. 12th St., Gowanus; 718-788-3849; rebeccaschoneveld.com

Rebecca Schoneveld Cheek’s soft, vintage-inspired bridal line features figure-flattering silhouettes and a judicious use of lace and luminous silk. Slink down the aisle in the deep-V-necked Rosaline gown in Alençon lace ($3,078). Each design is customizable ($1,200 to $4,500). Fully custom gowns start at $2,400.

Reem Acra

730 Fifth Ave., nr. 57th St., Ste. 205; 212-308-8760; reemacra.com

Acra’s high-fashion designs hit the right note between red-carpet glamour and pared-down sophistication. Brides adore both the custom couture (from $35,000) and ready-to-wear gowns (from $3,500).

Reformation

156 Ludlow St., at Stanton St.; 23 Howard St., nr. Lafayette St.; 646-448-4925; thereformation.com

Long beloved for her ecofriendly ready-to-wear, designer Yael Aflalo’s debut bridal collection features floaty dresses in unfussy silhouettes that brides will want to sport long after walking down the aisle. Gowns start at $518. (ecofriendly)

Resurrection

217 Mott St., nr. Spring St.; 212-625-1374; resurrectionvintage.com

Brides searching for pristine couture dresses (from $850) and vintage jewelry flock to this upscale boutique, which carries designer looks from Chanel, YSL, Versace, and more. (vintage)

Ritual

377 Broome St., nr. Mott St.; 212-966-4142; ritualvintage.com

This collector offers original wedding dresses ($225 to $1,100) from the 1890s to the 1950s. Delicate Edwardian gowns and Gatsby- esque numbers are highlights. (vintage)

RK Bridal

318 W. 39th St., nr. Eighth Ave.; 212-947-1155; rkbridal.com

This 12,000-square-foot Garment District shop carries dozens of brands at various price points, including Watters & Watters, Bari Jay, Alfred Sung, Justin Alexander, Maggie Sottero, and Alfred Angelo ($650 to $4,000). No appointment necessary. (good value)

From the Winter 2015 New York Wedding Guide

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