Recapping the hottest runway looks from the Columbus Weddings Show last month.

New York Fashion Week 2017 starts today! In honor of the fashion event of the season, we’re bringing you five days of posts in a fashion week of our very own. Today we’re looking at 13 styles from White of Dublin. Like one? Give them a call at 614-791-2600 and ask to schedule a fitting.

First up is the Laurel gown from Anne Barge. It features an illusion tulle bateau neckline and sleeves, a mermaid silhouette and Alencon lace on the bodice and skirt. The sleeves also have appliqué lace.

Does this dress look familiar? Then you probably read the summer/fall 2016 issue of Columbus Weddings; it featured this Viviene gown from Austin Scarlett, as well as a cake designed after the dress. The column-silhouette gown is made of silk faille.

GALA by Galia Lahav is a stunning collection, and No. 603 is no exception. This full-lace mermaid gown is made of a vintage, blush-hued chiffon and covered with embroidered appliqués and trim. The deep-V illusion neckline adds a sexy touch.

Another GALA gown, the No. 607 is ballerina-inspired. The bodice is entirely hand-embroidered with sequins and pearls; the ball gown skirt is made of organza and tulle.

The Melange from Ines Di Santo is actually from White of Dublin’s sister store, Off White. You can buy it off the rack as a sample for a fraction of the original cost … and with a flattering drop-waist silhouette and a full, luxurious skirt, who wouldn’t want to?

The A-line skirt in Ian Stuart’s Mont Blanc gown has triangular layers of taffeta and organza to provide volume and drama; Venice lace, 3-D flowers and crystal beading take those elements to the next level.

Wanderlust, also from Ian Stuart, has us feeling just that. The asymmetrical taffeta and tulle skirt lend a trumpet shape to the gown, while a rosette border adds whimsy. The sweetheart neckline balances out the look with a touch of tradition.

The classic mermaid silhouette and fluffy tulle skirt in the Kabul by Martha Blanc are favorites for a reason; when you add in the monochromatic paisley appliqué design and strapless sweetheart neckline, you have a total winner.

Rosa Clara’s Enebro gown is a simply elegant ball gown at its finest. Made from mikado, a stiffer fabric with a heavier weight and a slight sheen, this gown would be perfect for a late fall or winter wedding.

Pronovias—a bridal powerhouse in its own right—was well-represented on White of Dublin’s runway. The Anoeta gown features a sleeveless, halter-esque neckline with stunning gemstone appliqués that not only eliminate the need for a necklace, but also make the view from behind a jaw-dropper.

The Ofelia gown from Pronovias, by contrast, is a full and traditional ball gown described by the design house as an “ode to springtime,” thanks to its embroidered floral motif that craws from the illusion neckline down into the skirt.

The last Pronovias gown, the Ornani, is paired here with a Kayleigh sash from Sassi Holford. The gown’s mermaid silhouette, high bateau neckline and keyhole back exude elegance, as do the lace roses used throughout.

No. 819 from Martina Liana is a sheath-style gown with sparkly, beaded lace over the Imperial crepe gown itself. A sweetheart neckline is held up by thin straps that gather at the shoulder blades and cross over the low-cut back. The crystal buttons hide a zipper for easier wear.

Be sure to click through the slideshow at the top of this page for runway photos of these gowns, and check back tomorrow for our final fashion feature of the week!