We find four designer dresses that could be perfect for you.

After having seen Sarah Jessica Parker wear a stunning white dress from Vivienne Westwood during the filming of Sex In The City in New York last week, we decided to take a closer look at what the autumn/winter ready-to-wear collections have to offer to fashion-conscious brides.

First up is Lela Rose, the American designer who showed her collection in New York earlier this year. Lela also designs a beautiful wedding collection, stocked at Browns Bride, so we were less than surprised when the exquisitely embroidered dress, pictured far left, appeared on the catwalk. If you like romantic cuts, flattering appliqué flowers and delicate shoulder straps, this could very well be the dress for you.

Also in New York, Alice Temperley showed a Ballet Russes-inspired collection that featured the fantastic white suit, pictured top left. The high-waisted trousers, the cropped jacket and the slightly Victorian shoulders all make this suit perfect for super-stylish brides who are getting married in a registry office or at an embassy abroad. The headpiece is for the brave only…

Over in London, Vivienne Westwood, the queen of punk and avant-garde glamour, showed her usual eclectic mix of colours and cuts, including the elegant dress we've now seen Carrie Bradshaw wear. Her show also featured this slightly less extravagant but equally as stunning little gold dress, pictured far left. The dress would be perfect for a registry office ceremony, too – or for the reception if you'd like to change into something a little bit more comfortable.

Finally, Alberta Ferretti created ice queen drama in Milan with the elegant floor-length silver gown, pictured above right, which looks like it's been stolen from a F. Scott Fitzgerald character's wardrobe. While silver might not be the colour of choice for many brides, it remains a great option for, in particular, winter weddings as it allows you to glisten and glow discreetly.