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Feast your eyes on the second round of wedding dresses from Mara Hoffman's "Devotional Collection," a selection of eight white (and off-white) dresses, a sheer sequin veil, and a fringe dashiki for "free-spirited devotees of love" getting hitched.
The dresses are true to the designer's globally-influenced aesthetic, which is heavy on geometric prints and repeating patterns. In this case, pattern, texture, and depth are imparted with silver seed beads embellishing silk chiffon and lattice-work backs in silhouettes that are definitely bra-optional (hey, it's your day). Prices start at $300 for the veil and top out at $2,200 for the Freya gown, which has side cut-outs and a beaded feather train. See all the pieces in the pretty lookbook images below, and shop the collection here.