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If you’re a bride searching for a dress for 2017, let it be known: Lacy wedding dresses are this coming year’s hottest trend. Whether you want a short, modern dress or fabric tumbling to the floor, designers are serving up elegant dresses that are the stuff of fairy tale nuptials.

If you’re not going to wear your mother’s wedding dress or totally eschew tradition with a modern look, then these romantic gowns might just be for you. Take a page out of Gina Rodriguez’s book and swath yourself in a gorgeous, glamorous, lacy wedding dress to make your special day even more magical that you’ve ever imagined.

Here are some of our favorite, incredible lacy looks:

An utter dream in Chantilly lace, this Christos gown features scalloped details and a beautiful low back.

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Credit: Christos

This short, ethereal Elie Saab dress has an embroidered lace overlay on the bodice that’s to die for.

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Elegant and romantic, this rose-hued dream by Romona Keveza pairs a fitted bodice and long sleeves with a mermaid skirt.

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This off-the-shoulder Marchesa gown would make any bride look like royalty as she walks down the aisle.

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This delicate, sheer lace confection by Pallas Couture is a stunning gown befitting of the most glamorous of nuptials.

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For the bride who wants to achieve a sweet, flirty vibe, nothing beats this pairing of a crop top (yes) and long, cream skirt with a lace overlay by Watters.

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For brides desiring a dress they can dance in, this Temperley London frock with a tiered, frilly skirt might just be a dream come true.

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The bride who doesn’t want a full, lacy gown can still enjoy the trend by choosing a decadent accent, like this impeccable Elizabeth Fillmore cape.

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Finally, this breathtaking Carolina Herrera gown with lace on the bodice, skirt, and train, looks incredible from every angle.

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Credit: Carolina Herrera