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Bridal Gowns Directory

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The Bridal Garden

54 W. 21st St., nr. Sixth Ave., Ste. 901; 212-252-0661;

This not-for-profit offers up to 75 percent off new and sample gowns by Vera Wang, Ulla-Maija, Nicole Miller, Lela Rose, and others, and all proceeds are donated to a charity for disadvantaged children. By appointment only. (good value)

Bridal Reflections

260 Fifth Ave., at 28th St., fourth fl.; 212-764-3040;

This grand-scale salon offers unhurried service, impeccable on-site tailoring, and gowns by designers including Ines Di Santo, Galia Lahav, Romona Keveža, and Victor Harper (from $4,000). Brides-to-be can also shop for accessories while their moms browse the eveningwear. By appointment only.

Carol Hannah

307 W. 38th St., nr. Eighth Ave., 20th fl.; 212-564-8014;

These handmade “grown-up whimsy gowns” are a blend of bohemian style, innovative design, and organic construction. Carol Hannah Whitfield and her team emphasize draping and movement to ensure the perfect fit. Mother-of-the-bride and bridesmaid dresses are also available. From $2,000 to $10,000. (good value)

Carolina Herrera New York

954 Madison Ave., at 75th St.; 212-249-6552;

Herrera’s bridal salon draws women keen on high-­fashion elegance. Collections offer glamorous silhouettes and fitted and romantic ball gowns (from $4,990).

Colette Komm


Komm, a Parsons-trained designer and Vera Wang alum, handcrafts each of her one-of-a-kind couture gowns from preliminary sketches through final construction. Prices upon request.

David's Bridal

751 Sixth Ave., at 25th St. (various locations); 646-827-4050;

The ultimate destination for affordable dresses offers the exclusive White collection from Vera Wang (from $228), Truly Zac Posen (from $350), and gowns from dozens of other designers. Savvy brides check for the oft-featured “$99 Sale.” (good value)

Designer Loft

226 W. 37th St., nr. Seventh Ave., second fl.; 212-944-9013;

This full-service atelier stocks looks by indie bridal designers such as Matthew Christopher and Rosa Clará. It also has more conservative dresses for Orthodox Jewish and Greek Orthodox ceremonies. Custom gowns from $2,500. By appointment only.

Forever Amour Bridal Boutique

1089 Second Ave., nr. 57th St., second fl.; 212-486-2900;

Customers claim that owner Joanna Daidone can read minds and find the right dress for a bride’s budget, style, and body. Options include names like Justin Alexander and Eddy K, as well as in-house designer Jude Jowilson. Prices start at $2,500.

From the Summer 2017 New York Wedding Guide