New gowns with black embroidery, bows, and sashes, plus coordinating wedding styles.
Remove the detachable tulle train, lose the gloves and replace the bow with a glamorous black feather headpiece and you have a sexy "Part Deux" look for the reception. Gown by Jenny Lee.
With its asymmetrical layers of Chantilly lace and swirling pleated organza, this strapless ball gown is getting dangerously close to "too much"—the crisp black organza and horsehair sash manages to reign in the frills a bit. Gown by Vera Wang.
The details on this gown are both architectural and supremely feminine: The flirty peplum detail and floral black taffeta "corsage" at the waist add dimension to an otherwise clean silhouette. Gown by Elizabeth Fillmore.
A beaded black lace bolero gives this fluttery silk gown an antique feel; the bow detail takes the look to somewhere between sweet and sexy. Gown by Jenny Packham.
Inspired by the artist Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec, this ivory French lace halter gown has a very "Gay Nineties" feel; the black bow detail seems inspired by lingerie, like a ribbon threaded through the hem of a Parisian can-can dancer's bloomers. Gown by Carolina Herrera.