For more than 70 years, thousands of brides have traveled to Kleinfeld Bridal in New York City to find their wedding day looks. From the moment you walk through the doors, you’ll feel the magic of Kleinfeld. Not only does Kleinfeld have 30,000 square feet filled with the largest selection of wedding dresses in the world, it also has the greatest professional staff of over 200 employees who are dedicated to finding and perfecting your bridal look.
New year, new dresses! We’re so excited to introduce you to our newest Kleinfeld designer collection: Pantora Bridal. With illusion mesh and silhouettes that compliment all shapes and sizes as well as skin tone-inclusive linings, Pantora is committed to inclusivity for all! The collection, designed by Andrea Pitter has a perfect style for all brides—check out the collection, below.
Why we love it: With silver sequined glitter embroidery, ostrich feathers on the skirt and a matching ostrich feather bolero (sold separately), style Mira is perfect for the “more is more” bride.
Why we love it: All that glitters is gold! Featuring a cracked gold ice glitter overlay and a ruffle skirt, this style would be perfect for a New Years Eve or grand ballroom wedding.
Why we love it: A plunging v-neckline, full tulle skirt and stunning lace detailing on the bodice make this style a showstopper.
Why we love it: Style Starla is totally groovy! With sequin detailing, a barely-there neckline and a slim silhouette, this style is perfect for a glitzy glam wedding.
Why we love it: Va va voom! With a flattering, body-hugging silhouette down to the knees and a full, dramatic tulle skirt, we recommend this style if you want to show off your curves.
Why we love it: Ornate hand-applied beading on the bodice and skirt and a long, trailing train take this style over the top.
Why we love it: An inverted V mesh skirt adds an extra touch of flair to this already flirty style.
Why we love it: Simple and chic stretch crepe fabric is great for a more minimalist look—plus, add the optional overskirt (sold separately) to go maximalist at the snap of a finger.