so this week we asked our dress-making pals to share their favourite look & tell us all about it … here’s what they had to say!
F L O S S Y & D O S S Y // M O D E R N V I N T A G E
the first one is the Una dress – a relaxed semi fitted style which is comfortable and easy to wear. It’s made from laser cut lace which is a bit more modern than some of the more traditional laces so would suit a bride who was looking for a touch of vintage glamour but with a modern feel.
the second is the Grier dress which is cut as a classic 1950s tea length style but styled with the little lace cape and with the non ivory base colour it again has a more modern feel.
R O W A N J O Y // D E T A I L + C O L O U R
This year I am seeing a lot of brides choosing to introduce subtle colour into their wedding dresses. Champagne, blush, pale pink and silver are some of the colours being used, whether just in detail or the full dress. Using the colour brings that extra detail and makes the dress even more unique to the bride herself, as a wearer of a green wedding dress I’m all for colour on your wedding day. I love the peach and gold brocade in this dress, the colour adds gorgeous detail to the fifties style and combined with the texture of the lace makes this dress really unusual and unique.
D R A G O N F L Y D R E S S D E S I G N // F U N Q U I R K Y R E T R O
50’s collection / lace dress – This modern take on a 1950’s original wedding dress, flatters today’s figure while keep that truly unique vintage style.
50’s collection spot tulle dress – Inspired by 1950’s original wedding dresses the simplicity of this dress lends itself to those individuals that are looking for something a bit more quirky and fun.
S O M E T H I N G O L D V I N T A G E B R I D A L // C L A S S I C + T I M E L E S S
to see more & get in touch with any of the makers & sellers above … head on over to the Dress category in our Directory!
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