From billowing princess-like ball gowns to ethereal, slinky streamlined dresses, the designer bridal collections for fall 2015 showed a vast array of gorgeous and highly intricate wedding dress ensembles. Fashion Fabrics Club took a look at all of the collections, picked out some favorites, and complied a list complete with links to similar fabrics so you could make your own versions of these fashion-forward designer gowns at home!

Carolina HerreraCarolina Herrera

This simply gorgeous allover embroidered white floral lace Carolina Herrera wedding gown is made especially unique with a double scalloped border and off the shoulder sleeves that end below the elbow, creating a completely original and sophisticated silhouette.

Alon LivneAlon Livné

This super sexy Alon Livné dress looks like it belongs on the red carpet as much as walking down the aisle at the union of two A-list celebrities. With a décolletage neckline, bodice made of transparent lace, and a streamlined high-waisted skirt made of a double layer of flowing silk georgette, this is a dress that is sure to make a lasting impression.

Angel SanchezAngel Sanchez

Angel Sanchez combines traditional elements with modern trends in this peek-a-boo flared gown. A transparent ivory lace creates the bodice with a crisscrossed, almost bandeau-like overlay covering the bosom made in a cream satin fabric, matching the wide spread skirt.

Anna MaierAnna Maier

Simple and elegant, in an all over shiny white silk charmeuse, this fitted Anna Maier asymmetrical-mermaid style gown drips of sophistication and luxury.

Elizabeth FilmoreElizabeth Filmore

Reminiscent of a Greek Goddess, this flowing Elizabeth Filmore dress is a whimsical rendition of the traditional wedding gown. Floral lace constructs the sultry straps and upper bodice from which layers of lightweight, crisp white chiffon romantically flows around the waist and down to the floor.


Traditionally used as an under layer to create a voluminous look without having a lot of weight, Christos decided to bring tulle out into the open. Instead, he overlaid the fabric over a form-fitting strapless lace gown to create a flowing and romantic look.

Pamella RolandPamella Roland

Alternating layers of iridescent and matte organza create a rippling affect in this mesmerizingly beautiful strapless, drop-waist Pamella Roland design.

Reem AcraReem Acra

The fall bridal collections wouldn’t be complete without a truly voluminous silk satin ball gown. Reem Acra gave this traditional silhouette a modern upgrade with the addition of rays of silver rhinestones interspersed throughout the ruched bodice.

October 17, 2014 — Shopify API