6 Wedding Dresses With Sleeves (Hot Trend Alert!)

Sleeved gowns were all over the runway this year at bridal fashion week. While the collections from 2013 aren’t yet available for purchase, we’ve rounded up some sleeved numbers from top designers you can buy now!

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Beading adorns these lace sleeves creating an elegant, airy appearance.
Allan Zepeda
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Kelly Faetanini

Your legs won't catch a break, but your shoulders might!
Clark + Walker Studio
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Monique Lhuillier

A ¾ sleeve bolero provides the illusion of a sleeved gown.
Clark + Walker Studio
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Statement sleeves stand out against the simple tulle skirt.
Clark + Walker Studio
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Carolina Herrera

A short sleeved gown with scalloped edges frames the neckline beautifully. It won't keep out the cold entirely, but it's going to keep you warmer than a strapless number.
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Rosa Clara

This satin sheath gown is perfect for a white winter wedding -- no jacket required!

> Browse Hundreds of Sleeved Gowns
> Top Gown Trends From Bridal Fashion Week

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