For the 10th anniversary of wedding gown designer Carol Hannah, the concept of "Flora Obscura" was celebrated and explored. The unique designs from this collection feature architectural detailing and layers, with elements of untamed florals of a lost sculpture garden. Carol Hannah played both with structure and color this season, incorporating the subtle hint of blush or head-turning glimmer of silver and gold.

Our favorite of her dresses is a spaghetti-strap V-cut gown with a low back and flowing layers of silk tulle. The design features a soft, ombre blush skirt that was actually inspired by the idea of a white train trailing through a garden of overgrown roses.

Discover more 2020 bridal collections from New York Bridal Fashion Week here!