10 Stunning Wedding Gowns From Nicole Miller’s Bridal Collection
World-renowned designer Nicole Miller is all about bringing accessible luxury to the modern woman. The iconic NYC-based brand has been creating stylish clothes and accessories since 1982, but did you know the designer also creates wedding gowns?
Since 2018, the label has released simple yet sophisticated gowns for the modern, minimalist bride-to-be. Check out some of our favorite wedding gowns from her stunning collection.
For effortless elegance, the Celine gown is a beautiful choice. Made of luxurious stretch silk, the figure-flattering gown features the designer’s signature side and back ruching to sculpt the bride’s body and enhance the sheath silhouette.
The semi-sweetheart neckline is a classic accent while the built-in support on the bodice makes the gown easy to wear all day long. Double spaghetti straps split into a unique criss-cross design on the low open back for a sensual touch. A chapel-length train completes the modern wedding-day look.
We picture this gown for a romantic beach affair. The lightweight fabric will keep you comfortable through the sunny ceremony.
For vintage flair, this all-over lace wedding gown exudes romance.
The Juliet gown features a scalloped semi-sweetheart neckline and delicate off-the-shoulder sleeves for a timeless and slightly sexy look. The bodice has a twisted center, as a unique accent, before leading to the sheath skirt. This style doesn’t have a train, making it easy to move around your reception space.
An elegant garden would be the perfect setting for your idyllic wedding. We picture romantic candle-filled tablescapes and lush greenery surrounding you and your guests.
For something a little different, you have to check out the Regina wedding gown. One of the designer’s personal favorites, the design gives off a very modern-polished look and feel.
The sleeveless gown is crafted of dreamy silk fabric and features a unique V-wire plunge neckline. The tiered fit-and-flare skirt has gently pleating along with small lace trim detailing. It’s a nice little vintage nod among the overall clean, sophisticated design.
We envision a chic ceremony at city hall for this style followed by an intimate reception with friends and family. Statement earrings paired with some dainty jewelry would finish the look.
Another minimalist design that merges classic style and contemporary elements together.
The silk Tara wedding dress features a 1930s-esque cowl neckline paired with a modern trend—delicate, super-thin spaghetti straps. The sleek sheath silhouette drapes beautifully and flatters the bride’s form while layers of lining allow you to go braless while staying covered.
The stunning open back features a row of buttons leading down the drop waist before reaching the pleated skirt. The lightweight fabric combined with the short, court train makes this gown a perfect option for a summer destination wedding.
Another sophisticated option is the sleeveless Alexis wedding gown. Crafted from stretch silk crepe de chine, this modern design boasts an elegant silhouette.
The fitted gown features a sweetheart neckline and wrapped shirring on the bodice. Both the thick shoulder straps and low open back are accented with a scalloped lace trim for extra detail. The designer’s signature side seams along the hips and ruching on the fishtail back are used to flatter the bride’s curves. A short train is a soft finish.
Even though the gown has a few curve-hugging accents, we still think it works for a more traditional wedding theme. Something simple and elegant, whether it’s indoor or outdoor.
This next wedding dress is giving us cottagecore vibes. The off-the-shoulder Bell gown boasts vintage romance.
Covered in head-to-toe floral lace, this lightweight design features large bell sleeves for a memorable look. It’s a modern touch to an overall classic-looking design. A low back is a sensual nod and a sweeping train gives the column silhouette some depth.
A countryside setting in spring would be amazing for this gorgeous gown. We’d love to see the lace detail on the gown continue into the nature-inspired decor.
This ivory gown, made of luxe stretch silk fabric, boasts a conservative high neckline and a clean, simple bodice. The designer’s signature figure-flattering ruching comes in at the bride’s natural waist before melting into the modern fit-and-flare skirt.
For an extra-unique detail, hand-beaded spaghetti straps lead to a spiderweb-esque design featuring multiple straps across the open back. Brides will love how easily they’ll be able to move throughout the day with endless comfort.
Like other gowns on our list of favorites, the Violet dress features take-notice back detail.
The all-over lace fit-and-flare silhouette has a subtle v-neckline and delicate spaghetti straps, but the real feature is on the back of the gown. Criss-cross straps paired with a small v-shaped dip at the bottom of the back is stunning. The gown is fully lined for extra coverage and a chapel-length train completes the gentle skirt.
This classic style works well for any season. To take the gown to the next level, wrapping yourself in a faux fur stole would be a great addition for a winter wedding.
If you’re wanting a completely unembellished design that gives you a clean slate to work with, this is your gown.
The ivory strapless Dakota wedding dress boasts a sweetheart neckline and less-common trumpet silhouette with a sweeping fishtail train. The figure-flattering gown is crafted from dreamy silk faille fabric and is a personal favorite from the designer. She loves how timeless and elegant the gown is and we totally agree.
If you’re wanting to dress up the design a little bit, use your own personal style as inspiration. For a bolder bride, a long-sleeve bolero jacket or a blingy belt would take this gown up a notch. For a romantic aesthetic, we love the addition of draped silk sleeves to create an off-the-shoulder look.
Another vintage-inspired design with modern touches is the Kendall wedding dress—perfect for a more rustic venue.
This style has a gentle v-neckline and lace cutouts on the sides of the bodice. The same lace design is featured on the delicate cap sleeves and covers the semi-illusion back. For a unique 3D accent, a white ruffle detail covers the zipper closure for a hint of whimsy. A simple court train completes the elegant look.
As mentioned before, this gown is suited for a more relaxed affair. The gown boasts easy elegance and is made for a simple ceremony. A refurbished barn would be a great reception area to dance the night away with friends and family.