12 March 2019
14 January 2019
We’re seeing a huge push for diversity across the fashion industry, but there’s one space which hasn’t experienced much change: Wedding dresses.
If you go to a bridal shop, the mannequins all tend to be white, slim and able bodied. If you’re someone who doesn’t fit into these categories, what should be a positive and exciting experience can become something much more disheartening.
That’s what makes this display so refreshing:
14 November 2018
Back in May, Meghan Markle slipped into a stunning Stella McCartney gown for the royal wedding reception –and we’ve been obsessed with optic white halter-necks ever since.
Inspired by the success of the Duchess’ second wedding dress, the British fashion designer has now launched her first bridal collection, entitled “Made with Love.”
10 October 2018
Brides-to-be it’s time to start looking at dreamy ensembles for Autumn 2019 –as we have the best wedding gowns straight from the runways at Bridal Fashion Week in New York…
Although Meghan Markle has inspired the understated bridal trend, designers have still gone big on tulle, glitter and layers of lace, with elaborately detailed looks to fall for.
26 June 2018
Lebanese fashion designer Elie Saab knows how to do opulence. With fairy-tale dresses and couture creations that give brides their moment in the spotlight, it’s no surprise that this Arab designer is a favourite among celebrities, billionaires and royals.
25 April 2018
We all remember Carrie Bradshaw opting for the simple vintage courthouse wedding suit, after she was stood up in the eccentric Vivienne Westwood wedding gown –as now Sarah Jessica Parker has crafted her own humble line of dresses fit for the understated bride IRL.
28 November 2017
After the announcement of Prince Harry’s engagement to Meghan Markle yesterday, we are already anticipating the royal wedding in spring 2018. And our thoughts are turning towards THE dress.
5 July 2017
Many women start planning their wedding when they are little girls and there is no husband to be in sight.
They plan what the setup will look like, what flowers will adorn the space and of course, the most important detail - what their wedding dress will look like.
And while most girls dream of a conventional white gown, there are some who are braver and take risks. Sarah Jessica Parker, for instance, infamously wore a black gown to her wedding (a decision she later admitted she regretted).