10 Bridal Capes from 2023 Couture Collections


LaPointe Feathered Bridal Capes

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Dripping with all sorts of cool-girl energy, LaPointe’s latest bridal line leans into the western-inspired boho feather accents. This boisterous veil brings all of the texture a bride could desire, while still leaving room for natural bridal beauty to shine up above.

Lela Rose: Trimmed Bridal Capes

The three bridal capes from designer Lela Rose are all about the simplicity. Delicate embroidered edging and dainty satin ribbons accentuate the elegance and grace of easily-flowing tulle accessories.

Marchesa: Full Lace Bridal Capes

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For the royal treatment on your wedding day, look no further than an ensemble from Marchesa. This densely laced high-low cape perfectly pairs with a slim-fitting gown with three-dimensional floral texture.

Rosie Assoulin: Drama from Every Angle

Whether you go for ballgown beauty or a boho-chic vibe, designer Rosie Assoulin offers simple details to elevate any style. Try these two looks on for size: whimsical floral threads offer over-the-shoulder interest for the daisy-chain bride, while a simple tulle scarf with infinite tying possibility brings volume and personalization to a high-fashion base.

Sareh Nouri: Short and Sweet

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Sweet and sophisticated, this vintage-inspired elbow-length bridal cape accents a classic crisp strapless lace wedding gown.

Viktor and Rolf: Applique Bridal Capes

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Let the accessories do all the talking. In a NYFW runway in early 2023, Vikor and Rolf debuted a hooded sheer bridal cape heavy-laden with oversize floral applique details. Paired with a simple satin mini-dress, this accessory speaks for itself: the queen of bridal capes.

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