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New Anne Barge Wedding Dresses, Plus Past Collections

New Anne Barge Wedding Dresses, Plus Past Collections

We covered Anne Barge’s Spring 2023 collection from Bridal Fashion Week. See the highlights and dresses from the archive here.

For 20 years, Anne Barge has been one of the leading bridal and special occasion American design houses. Anne Barge's gowns, separates, and accessories are known for their timeless silhouettes, modern details, and elegant fabrics, embellishments, and embroidery.

Scroll below to see recent and past collections from Anne Barge.

Anne Barge Spring 2023

As noted in a press release by brand, "The Anne Barge Spring 2023 collection was inspired by the beauty and enchantment of an English garden, bursting with flowers and the promise of a joyous new season. 'I envisioned a bride in one of these lush topiary gardens, beneath a trellis of roses, looking breathtaking,' said Shawne Jacobs, the creative director of Anne Barge. 'I thought of floral appliqués, flowing trains, bare shoulders, and pops of soft color. I wanted to capture the essence of natural beauty.' The collection combines fresh simplicity with romantic femininity to create looks that are both timeless and modern.

Among this season’s favorite silhouettes is a slender column with a flowing, detachable train that evokes visions of the gamine elegance of Audrey Hepburn’s unforgettable “Sabrina” gown. The variations range from an understated strapless sheath in lustrous Mikado silk with a matching detachable train to a glamorous, long-sleeve floral embroidered column with a dramatic taffeta train. In keeping with the Anne Barge vision of flower-filled weddings for summer nights or spring afternoons, the collection features a profusion of charming designs: cloud-like strapless ball gowns, airy skirts, accented décolleté, trumpet sheaths, and of course — a touch of color in a blush silk corset gown with a bow belt." Take a look at the new collection below.


The Cut: A-line ballgown

The Material: Tulle

The Wow Factor: The scattered paillette embroidery


The Cut: A-line ballgown

The Material: Silk faille

The Wow Factor: The asymmetrical bodice drape


The Cut: Long-sleeve A-line gown

The Material: Chantilly lace and Mikado scuba

The Wow Factor: The plunging V-neckline


The Cut: Drop waist strapless ballgown

The Material: Jacquard fils coupe

The Wow Factor: The corset bodice


The Cut: Trumpet gown

The Material: Silk faille

The Wow Factor: The removable tulle overskirt


The Cut: Long-sleeve A-line gown

The Material: Chantilly lace and beaded embroidery

The Wow Factor: The gorgeous, sheer lace sleeves


The Cut: Strapless A-line ballgown

The Material: Jacquard

The Wow Factor: The blush hue and floral pattern


The Cut: A-line ballgown

The Material: Silk faille

The Wow Factor: The light pink hue and peek-a-boo slit


The Cut: Strapless trumpet gown

The Material: Mikado scuba

The Wow Factor: The removable overskirt train


The Cut: Long-sleeve trumpet gown

The Material: Jacquard fils coupe

The Wow Factor: The allover Jacquard pattern


The Cut: Strapless ballgown

The Material: Silk faille

The Wow Factor: The floating floral embroidery


The Cut: Long sleeve column gown

The Material: Netting and moire taffeta

The Wow Factor: The allover floral embroidery and detachable train


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