Trends on wedding attire for brides of all kinds

Whether you’re a girly-girl, a fun girl or embrace the butch, there’s a wedding gown out there for you. We scoured collections from as far away as London to as nearby as Dallas to find a selection of looks to appeal to any more, personality or body type. Find what’s right for you and go for it.

1. Show Me Your Mumu. Funky-chic clothing brand Show Me Your Mumu has now branched into wedding wear with collections available exclusively at Nordstrom, including The Contessa Collection, which highlights a bride’s curves in this shape.

2. The Groomsmen. This female-led company originally came up with the idea of making affordable, fashionable tuxedos for men that would cost about the same as a rental (usually under $200). But the upcoming women’s line gives the ladies a chance to look just as tailored as the boys. (But the boys can still get their tuxes online, too.)

3. and 4. Willowby by Watters. The Dallas-based gown designer’s Willowby line is especially geared to that boho woman who flaunts convention and tradition but still wants to look hot. This season’s Chasing the Sun Collection is intended to evoke the romance of the Western spirit.

5. and 6. Halfpenny London. Celebrating the art and glamour of La Belle Epoque, The Painter Collection (no. 5) from British designer Kate Halfpenny luxuriates in sumptuous fabrics and fine detailing but also a sense of playfulness and Old World sophistication, while her Harbour Top and Cape with Euston Skirt goes more modern.