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Bridal Gowns Directory

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Romona Keveza Collection

The Penthouse, 1 Rockefeller Plaza nr. W. 49th St.; 212-273-111;

The Lithuanian-Canadian designer has decades of experience dressing actresses and models for their big days. The most luxurious of her three bridal lines, Romona Keveza Collection offers sophisticated couture lace gowns starting at $5000. By appointment only.


250 Elizabeth St., nr. Houston St.; 212-226-7570;

Yoo Lee’s intimate Nolita boutique offers a breezy collection of off-white “nontraditional” 100 percent silk gowns, many of which are adorned with pretty satin sashes. Prices start at $595 for short dresses and $850 for long ones; up to $3,200. (good value)

Saks Fifth Avenue

611 Fifth Ave., nr. 49th St., 212-940-2269;

Located on the fifth floor of this Manhattan powerhouse, the bridal salon boasts swank labels like Amsale, Carolina Herrera, Marchesa, and Vera Wang (from $4,000). Veils, headpieces, and in-house bridal alterations are also available. By appointment only. (good value)

Samuelle Couture


British designer Sam Walls Beasley blends classic English styling with contemporary romanticism in her bespoke gowns, which often incorporate vintage textiles and trims, hand-dyed silks, and semi-sculptural brocades. Prices upon request.

Selia Yang

15 Broad St., nr. Wall St.; 212-480-4252;

Yang’s dresses can be detailed and ornate (the skirt of the strapless Ahna is covered with silk-flower accents) or simple and subtle (the fitted silk Chloe has a delicate one-shoulder tulle strap). Made-to-order gowns start at $2,200. By appointment only. (good value)

Shopbop’s wedding boutique features dresses by big names like Badgley Mischka, Temperley London, and Notte by Marchesa, in addition to smaller, local designers. Dresses are $286 to $7,800; accessories, $14 to $1,630; shoes, $50 to $2,500; and jewelry, $14 to $5,000. (good value)

Husband-and-wife team Mai and Josh Olivo’s virtual shop is filled with vintage-inspired wedding gowns, bridesmaid dresses, and bridal accessories. Gowns range from $300 to $850. (good value)

Sposabella Couture

252 W. 4th St., nr. Eighth Ave.; 212-354-4729;

This one-stop shop carries gowns from designers like Elie Saab, Jasmine, and Manuel Mota (starting at $800), but it also custom-designs silk-and-organza variations of the tux for gown-averse brides. Pick up headpieces, veils, shoes, and accessories as well. (good value)

Stone Fox Bride

611 Broadway, nr. Houston St., Ste. 613B; 212-260-8600;

This low-key, bohemian-leaning downtown boutique carries custom wedding gowns (from $2,800) and bridesmaid dresses (from $450) by Daryl K, Ohne Titel, Mandy Coon, and others. Veils and flower crowns also available. By appointment only.

The Stylish Bride

307 Seventh Ave., nr. 28th St., Ste. 2308; 212-579-7169;

For eleven years, bridal fashion stylist Julie Sabatino has been guiding brides in their search for the perfect wedding-day look. In addition to creating wedding gowns and accessories, she can work with clients to custom-design dresses. She’ll also coordinate and style the bridesmaids, moms, groom, and groomsmen. By appointment only.

Veka Bridal Couture

412 Atlantic Ave., nr. Bond St., Boerum Hill; 718-222-1178;

Proprietors Ksenia Kaliaguina and Jana Vendeland stock their Brooklyn salon with gowns by independent, contemporary American and European designers, including Palazzo, Adele Wechsler, Suzanne Ermann, and Amanda Garrett. The focus is on fresh, playful designs ($1,500 to $4,000). Alterations start at $300. By appointment only.

Vera Wang Bride

991 Madison Ave., nr. 77th St.; 212-628-3400;

The grande dame of bridalwear offers dresses (from $5,000) to fulfill every fantasy. Silhouettes include simple A-lines and voluminous, full-skirted showstoppers. Past collections have featured red and black dresses. The upscale boutique is also a go-to for footwear and accessories. By appointment only.

Victoria Kyriakides Atelier

350 W. 43rd St., nr. Ninth Ave., Ste. 34C; 646-559-4908;

Fashion-forward gowns are the name of the game at this Greek designer’s Manhattan atelier. Brides with edgy style can choose from avant-garde, made-to-measure designs (starting at $3,350) or can create completely customized gowns (from $4,000 to $11,000). By appointment only.

Wedding Atelier

72 Madison Ave., nr. 28th St., fourth fl.; 646-638-3263;

This shop carries popular designers such as Tara Keely, La Sposa, and Suzanne Neville. The staff can ready an off-the-rack dress in ten days or custom-make one in ten weeks. Gowns start at $1,800. By appointment only.

The White Gown

69 Jay St., at Greenwich St., Dumbo; 718-222-4696;

This laid-back Brooklyn boutique carries modern and vintage-inspired gowns ($1,000 to $6,000) from Nicole Miller, Alyne by Rivini, and David Fielden. Bridesmaid dresses top out at $350. Bridal accessories are also available. In-house seamstresses are on hand for alterations and fittings.

Designer Angela Curanaj launched her line of classic and vintage-inspired wedding dresses and bridal accessories in 2012. All gown styles feature interchangeable tops and bottoms, allowing brides to mix and match to find the perfect silhouette. From $2,350.

From the Summer 2014 New York Wedding Guide

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