m4jvAmerican cities certainly have their own unique foods, style and culture. Is it possible they also have very different tastes in bridal gowns?

The answer is “yes” according to Kleinfeld’s Fashion Director, Terry Hall and Michele Von Plato, the Senior Vice President of Product Development & Design at David’s Bridal.

After years of working with brides from across the country, they seem to have a pulse on what women want from sea to shining. So what’s en vogue in Seattle may not be what’s on the mind of the Chicago bride.

View the top 6 city trends here.

Sadly, our fair Sacramento did not make their list. But which city do you feel most reflects your style? If Sacramento were to have a bridal dress trend, what do you think it would be?

Give us your thoughts in the comment section!

Blog post by Real Weddings Magazine’s Always a Bridesmaid Columnist, Darren Elms..

Photo courtesy of and copyright Vera Wang. “I’m big in New York” Organza Gown with Draped Bodice and Tulle Skirt, $928, White by Vera Wang.

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