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14 Options For A Bride Who Refuses To Get Married In A Dress

Jumpsuits, rompers, and bodysuits galore

Here comes the bride, and she is not afraid to stand out. Throwing all tradition to the wind (about time!), brides-to-be are now often opting out of conventional dresses and instead choosing to walk down the aisle in style in anything but gowns.

While bridal jumpsuits and skirt separates have had major moments the last few seasons and are not exactly new anymore, this Bridal Fashion Week saw the biggest number of non-dress looks ranging from jumpsuits to rompers, pantsuits, matching sets, and even, wait for it, bodysuits. From established wedding designers, like Reem Acra, to more bohemian newcomers, like Sarah Seven, the runways showed 'em who'll be wearing the pants come fall 2017—and it's not just the groom.

While some looks ranged on the delicate and sweet side (Lela Rose, Theia), others served up some major va va voom and sex appeal (Berta), perfect for the fashion-forward bride who wants to actually party and dance on her wedding day. Figure-fitting (after working out all those months in preparation for the day, why wouldn't you want to show those abs, arms, and legs?), playful, and comfortable, there is no reason to not look like a lady boss that you are every other day of the year in one of these numbers.

Here, then, 14 of the best looks that the coolest of brides will be rocking next fall.

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Alon Livne

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Austin Scarlett

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Gala by Galia Lahav

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Ines Di Santo

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Lela Rose

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Mark Zunino for Kleinfeld

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Reem Acra

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Rime Arodaky

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Sarah Seven

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Viktor&Rolf Mariage