New Gracy Accad Wedding Dresses, Plus Past Collections


Much like her home in New York City, designer Gracy Accad is known for gowns that can be described as modern and chic with a dose of classic romance. With family in the textile industry, she sources only the best materials and employs innovative sewing techniques to create timeless-yet-inspired looks.

Below, the latest collections from Gracy Accad

Gracy Accad Spring 2022

"This season I am inspired by the sense of hopefulness that one feels here in NYC. I have always been influenced by the city’s magnificent skyline and architecture. For Spring 2022 my gowns reflect a new effortless modernity. Silhouettes feature graphic lines, ethereal fabrications, and draping that is fluid. I continue with the sartorial construction and modern details that are all steeped in a new sensuality," shares the designer. Take a look at the full collection below.

In accordance with our diversity pledge, it's our duty to note that at the time of publishing, this brand/designer did not include BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) in their Spring 2022 campaign imagery. We have since reached out to this brand/designer to encourage them to include BIPOC imagery in not only this season’s campaign but in future campaigns as well.

Plaza

Sexy, modern, and elegant, you can't go wrong with this column dress. Handmade for the bride who's not afraid to take fashion risks.

The Cut: Strapless column gown

The Material: Crepe

The Wow Factor: The hand-embroidered band bodice

Chrysler

At once sleek and modern, this gown is a standout look within the entire collection. For brides looking for a bold look, this is the dress for you.

The Cut: V-neck draped gown

The Material: Crepe

The Wow Factor: The plunging V-neckline

Chelsea

Following the current trends, this mini dress is a must-have for spring and summer weddings. A perfect look for a rehearsal dinner, bridal shower, and after-party.

The Cut: Mini dress with a detachable cape

The Material: Silk satin

The Wow Factor: The short hemline

Soho

The Cut: Long sleeve mini dress

The Material: Lace

The Wow Factor: The deep V-neckline and lace sleeves

Hudson

The Cut: Long sleeve ballgown

The Material: Lace

The Wow Factor: The floral lace embroidery

Chrystie

The Cut: Sleeveless V-neck gown with a cape

The Material: Lace and tulle

The Wow Factor: The floral embroidery and cape

Broadway

The Cut: V-neck column gown

The Material: Silk brocade

The Wow Factor: The plunging V-neckline

Greenwich

The Cut: Strapless A-line gown

The Material: Tulle and lace

The Wow Factor: The beaded corset bodice

Gramercy

The Cut: Ballgown with a sweetheart neckline

The Material: Tulle and lace

The Wow Factor: The corset bodice

Madison

The Cut: Long sleeve A-line gown

The Material: Lace

The Wow Factor: The allover pearl and sequin embellishment

Meredith

The Cut: A-line gown with an illusion neckline and pockets

The Material: Crepe

The Wow Factor: The side pockets

Margherita

The Cut: Ballgown

The Material: Lace and tulle

The Wow Factor: The hand embordered floral applique

Victoria

The Cut: Ballgown

The Material: Silk brocade

The Wow Factor: The entire silhouette

Colette

The Cut: Belted gown

The Material: Silk brocade

The Wow Factor: The rich golden color

Belle

The Cut: A-line gown

The Material: Embroidered lace

The Wow Factor: The beaded and sequin embroidery

Celeste

The Cut: Belted gown

The Material: Lace and tulle

The Wow Factor: The sequin sleeves and bodice

Gracy Accad Fall 2021

"With my latest bridal collection, I wanted to transport my brides-to-be with the epitome of opulence, so the natural choice for me was the palace of Versailles," Accad says. "I thought to myself, 'What would the young woman of the royal court be wearing today?'"

Her modern take on the splendor: a collection of 13 gowns featuring detailed corset bodices, full skirts, and next-level embroidery.

In accordance with our diversity pledge, it's our duty to note that at the time of publishing, this brand/designer did not include BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) in their Fall 2021 campaign imagery. We have since reached out to this brand/designer to encourage them to include BIPOC imagery in not only this season’s campaign but in future campaigns as well.

Penelope

"Penelope" mini dress with strapless bodice and structured skirt with silk-lined panels and feminine bows.

Anna

"Anna" dress with embellished strapless bodice, full skirt, and and sheer overcoat with collar.

Eleanor

"Eleanor" silk pantsuit with embellished moto jacket of white silk.

Elizabeth

"Elizabeth" lace gown with off-the-shoulder sleeves and detachable silk train with bow at back.

Rose

"Rose" strapless A-line gown with embroidered bodice and delicate bow at waist.

Eva

"Eva" strapless ball gown with corset bodice and tiered skirt with floral embellishment.

Margarette

"Margarette" strapless ball gown with full tulle skirt and structured, close-to-the-body bodice.

Catherine

"Catherine" strapless ball gown with full skirt and floral lace appliqué.

Emma

"Emma" ball gown with scoop neckline, thin straps, and full embroidered skirt.

Victoria

"Victoria" textured silk ball gown with floral detailing and strapless neckline.

Grace

"Grace" lace dress with high neck, illusion neckline, and long sleeves.

Genevieve

"Genevieve" gown with off-the-shoulder illusion neckline, full skirt with gathered waist, and intricate beadwork.

Look 13

"Look 13" sleeveless dress with pleated mini skirt and red floral embellishments.

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