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Bebe Bridal Collection Spring 2012 Lookbook Highlights

Bebe Bridal Collection

Bebe just launched its first bridal collection designed by Project Runway all-star Rami Kashou, and here are some of the lookbook highlights for your viewing pleasure.

Prices for the bridal dresses range from $950 to $2,500, while bridesmaid's dresses range from $150 to $300. The bridal collection additionally includes a capsule of shoes, jewelry, fascinators, veils and gifts.

The collection will be available at and by appointment at the following bebe store locations: Oak Street, Chicago; Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles; Broadway/Soho, New York City; and Aventura Mall, South Florida.

It's exciting to see more brands offering bridal options, although I can't say the prices are necessarily lower than those you'd find at traditional bridal salons. The bridesmaid dresses, on the other hand, are reasonably priced and actually look like something you could wear more than once (love that feathered number!).

What do you think? Would you buy a bridal gown from a store like Bebe or go another route?

Photos courtesy of Bebe
Not enough selection in the bridesmaid colors, in my opinion.
#1 Stacy on 2012-04-23 16:18 (Reply)
Gorgeous. I personally am not into traditional bridal attire or adhere to white/ivory coloring. Although I love the bridesmaids dresses. Which I'm more inclined to wear myself rather than a wedding dress. Especially either dress in the last photo!
#2 Roxanne on 2012-04-23 16:23 (Reply)
I love that white feathered dress in the 2nd photo! Not for a wedding of course, but it would make a fab party dress.
#3 MizzJ (Homepage) on 2012-04-24 02:12 (Reply)
I loved Rami on PR, but I only like the third wedding gown. And even it needs a bit of tweaking to earn my love. (It's too fussy with the pleats on the skirt, but I love the bust and the silhouette.)
#4 Amy on 2012-04-24 12:31 (Reply)
That second bride's dress is perfect! But I'm sure my tastes will change until it's time for my wedding, haha.
#5 Erica (Homepage) on 2012-04-24 19:52 (Reply)
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