Market Watch: White by Vera Wang

White by Vera Wang David’s Bridal

There’s no time to splurge like your wedding day, particularly on the dress you’ll remember (hopefully fondly) for the rest of your life. But White by Vera Wang, the designer’s collection for David’s Bridal, is so good and so well priced that you’ll feel like you’re cheating at the game.

Clearly, Wang knows bridal (She might even have a little something to do with a certain Kardashian’s upcoming gown), and there are dresses in her White collection that are virtually indistinguishable from her signature bridal collection—price tag notwithstanding, naturally. The most expensive gowns in White top out at $1,200, for ones with voluminous tulle skirts, intricate embroidery and lace. A sleeker corset-topped dress with net overlay was simple and chic—and will only set you back $600.

White by Vera Wang David’s Bridal

Wang is also so confident in her collaboration with the massive bridal chain that she’s dropped her main line of bridesmaid dresses, instead focusing on the offerings for White, which for Fall 2011 come in a pretty palette of blush tones, purples, a moss green, and standbys navy and black. If you want Vera Wang for your attendants, you have to go the David’s Bridal route—but something tells us you won’t be disappointed.

Photos: Bridal designs from White by Vera Wang, available at David’s Bridal