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Tara LaTour Fall 2017: Sweet Wedding Dress Inspiration

Tara LaTour Fall 2017: Sweet Wedding Dress Inspiration

With designs inspired by personal memories, Tara LaTour premiered her fall collection at New York Bridal Fashion Week.





Pippa wedding dress by Tara LaTour



Named after Tara’s dog, this wedding gown features a strapless lace embroidered bodice with a taupe overlay and full skirt. This is perfect for the bride who wants to wear something slightly different that doesn’t stray too far from traditional.





Paloma wedding dress by Tara LaTour



Combining an embroidered sweetheart bodice with a tulle fit and flare skirt, this wedding gown channels simple sophistication. The delicate lace detailing adds a hint of regal to a classic bridal look.





Piper wedding dress by Tara LaTour



With a clean and classic design, this wedding gown incorporates minimal details that don’t distract from its simple elegance. The lace detailing on the straps adds some subtle texture to the overall design.





Portia wedding dress by Tara LaTour



Encompassing a deep blue shade, Tara drew inspiration for this gown from memories of a foggy lake she and her family used to visit when she was young. Between the color and airy overlay, this wedding dress is ideal for a bold and dramatic bridal style.





Pavielle by Tara LaTour



Complemented by a full tulle skirt, this lace corset with a sweetheart neckline is sweet and subtle. This is a fitting choice for the bride who wants to channel some of her inner ballerina.





Parker by Tara LaTour



While the simple lace bodice is gorgeous, it’s the signature TLT skirt that makes this wedding gown truly stand out.





Nolan by Tara LaTour



Taking on a strapless lace bodice and the name of Tara’s nephew, this wedding gown features embroidery that complements a full skirt fit for a princess.





Porter by Tara LaTour



This tea-length wedding dress features the bold plunging neckline trend in a subtle manner. The bodice’s illusion cutout makes this perfect for the daring bride who doesn’t want to bare too much skin.