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The new collection dresses you (and your 'maids) will be wearing for spring

Spring is here and that means a whole swag of gorgeous new wedding dresses for you to start repinning, stat. 
Which dresses are we talking about? Oh you know, just two of the biggest bridal heavyweights around: Rue de Seine and Pallas Couture. Both design houses have released brand spanking new collections full of frocks that definitely need to be on your wedding dress mood-board. It doesn't matter if you're coveting something that's all about the boho feels or a more contemporary gown, these collections have you sorted either way. And let's not forget your bridesmaids, because Alannah Hill has them covered too. To celebrate the launches, and deliver your daily dose of #weddinginspo, we've curated our top picks from each collection. These are the designs that had us in a flurry of 'ooh's and 'aah's, and we think you'll have the same reaction too. 

For floaty and feminine...

We thought we couldn't be bigger fans of Rue de Seine after the release of their 'Young Love' collection. We were wrong. 'Nomadic Love' is a reflection of everything this New Zealand label is known for: boho feels, stunning construction and bucket loads of whimsy. Inspired by everything from desert festivals in America to Eastern European folk art, the Nomadic Love designs are for brides looking to keep their big day carefree and chilled. The collection features 26 one-of-a-kind designs, with a smattering of different necklines, plunging backs, hand-beaded detailing and beautiful laces. And yes, you'll want to try on all of them (we know we do!). 

For something more modern...

The design whizzes at Pallas Couture have done it again with their 'La Haute Bijoux' collection. Pallas is known for silhouettes that combine classic haute couture construction with all things high fashion. The collection has something for every bride, with everything from full and frothy skirts, sleek structures and hand-placed appliqu├ęs. There are also designs with slinky silhouettes and sheer fabric panels for brides wanting something just a little bit sexier. 

For your leading ladies...

In true Alannah Hill style, this new collection is all about florals, floaty fabrics and super feminine shapes. The best thing about the designs? They can be worn any time of year. Sure, a floral bridesmaid dress is often a spring or summer wedding staple, but it also makes for a bold choice for cooler wedding nuptials too. Plus, the designs aren't too 'bridesmaidy' (read: a pastel with an overload of frills or ruffles), so it's highly likely these dresses will become your besties' wardrobe go-tos. 
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