If you live and breathe French-girl style and consider Paris Fashion聽Week to be on the same level as Christmas or the Fourth of July, listen up! While Insta is a killer place to score effortless everyday styling tips from fabulous聽French girls holding it down in the City of Lights, off-duty isn鈥檛 the only time you can tap into that iconic je ne sais quoi 鈥 your wedding day is a pretty prime time to channel your inner Parisienne. If you鈥檙e looking to bring your sartorial A-game to your bridal attire, look no further than the 10 must-know wedding dress designers below. From flowy bohemian frocks to sophisticated satin sheaths, there鈥檚 a designer to fit every style. The one thing they all bring to the table? That highly coveted Parisian appeal.

Delphine Manivet


If you consider yourself an edgy, trend-setting bride who wants a one-of-a-kind look without compromising on feminine elegance, Delphine Manivet is the one to watch. The epitome of French-girl chic, Manivet鈥檚 designs exude the confidence, sexiness and timeless appeal you can鈥檛 get enough of, with cutting-edge design to boot. The gowns run the gamut, ranging from sleek sheaths with stunning open backs to A-line styles with sheer, structured hoop skirts, meaning there鈥檚 something for brides on both ends of the spectrum. (Photo via Delphine Manivet)

Manon Gontero


Manon Gontero doesn鈥檛 do cookie cutter. Period. The designer takes traditional bridal details and silhouettes and totally reimagines them with the modern femme in mind. Delicate sheer lace panels are used intelligently to provide alluring peeks of skin, adding endless panache to romantic, ladylike gowns. For brides that just don鈥檛 jibe with the big white dress, there are plenty of unexpected options to ogle at, like a streamlined jumpsuit with a daringly low back and lace separates that can be mixed and matched with the rest of your wardrobe after the wedding. (Photo via Manon Gontero)

Rime Arodaky


To say Rime Arodaky knows what鈥檚 up in the world of weddings would be an understatement. The designer鈥檚 bridal line emerged from her cult blog La Love List, and is made with the independent thinker in mind 鈥 a bride that wants to keep it real on her wedding day. From start to finish, the custom gowns are made entirely in France, and fuse modern details like plunging necklines, pockets and peek-a-boo cutouts with couture elements and classic styling guaranteed to stand the test of time 鈥 you know, so you can look back at those wedding photos 20 years down the line without cringing. (Photo via Rime Arodaky)

Fabienne Alagama


Prepare to swoon hard 鈥 Fabienne Algama鈥檚 clean lines and playful aesthetic are the things matrimonial dreams are made of. Whether you have a rooftop soiree or an elegant garden party in the works, the designer鈥檚 ethereal gowns are ready for whatever wedding shenanigans you throw their way. The best part? These beauties are made to move, meaning you don鈥檛 have to surrender your title as resident dancing queen. (Photo via Fabienne Algama)

Celestina Agostino

Infusing your bridal look with a little French flair doesn鈥檛 have to mean embracing envelope-pushing aesthetics. Celestina Agostino lies more on the side of traditional, with sophisticated feminine touches reigning supreme with just a hint of x-factor woven in. Expect fabulous 鈥 not fussy. (Photo via Celestina Agostino)

Suzanne Ermann


Your style sensibilities can鈥檛 be put in a box, and neither should your wedding day duds. Suzanne Ermann totally gets that, which is why every single one of her designs is a bonafide scene-stealer. Whimsical wire detailing and architectural shapes are like nothing you鈥檝e ever seen, so you can rest assured your bridal look will be one for the books. (Photo via Suzanne Ermann)

Elise Hameau


No one does boho babe bridal quite like Elise Hameau (think Anthropologie meets Free People meets Proven莽ale chic). Airy separates, ladylike lace, dainty sleeves and open backs pair with laid-back vibes for OMG-worthy looks that will leave guests speechless when you make your way down the aisle. Lush flower crowns and Juliet veils unfortunately not included. (Photo via Elise Hameau)

St茅phanie Wolff Paris


If you have a laid-back backyard bash or leisurely seaside soiree in the works, consider St茅phanie Wolff your matrimonial match. Understated bohemian elegance is what she does best, with pretty, flirty dresses with a hint of old-world elegance (think: high necklines, fabric-covered buttons and scalloped lace) reigning supreme. (Photo via St茅phanie Wolff Paris)

Laure de Sagazan


Poetry in motion would likely be the best way to describe Laure de Sagazan鈥檚 collection of wedding dresses. If style icons Jane Birkin (an honorary French girl) and Fran莽oise Hardy were to tie the knot today, we think they鈥檇 be all over de Sagazan鈥檚 cool 鈥70s-inspired aesthetic. From slinky slip dresses to lacy halters and pretty two-piece numbers, this young label leaves little to be desired. (Photo via Laure de Sagazan)

Cymbeline Paris


As one of France鈥檚 most successful design houses, Cymbeline is kind of an institution. Classically beautiful gowns and modern takes on traditional details are what you鈥檒l find here, with each hopelessly romantic design serving as the perfect partner to 鈥淚 dos鈥 at a historic estate or a refined ballroom fete. (Photo via Cymbeline)

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