Eye wateringly glorious 30s style wedding gown – Deco from Suzanne Neville.
Dress of the Day
Whilst the front of this wedding gown is extremely lovely, the back is even more so. Something about the wispy chiffon crossover combined with the jewelled straps is just so very right. See the original gown here »
Channelling Hollywood glamour in a beautifully simple, fashion forward way. And those sleeves. Mouth watering. See more on Kula Tsurdiu’s website »
Beautiful fashion forward gown from Amanda Wakeley »
Not a dress exactly…
I mentioned a while back that Alan Hannah had the most amazing outfit at the White Gallery which made everybody smile, and here it is finally. Isn’t it seriously seventies sensational?! I would LOVE to see an edgy bride wearing this.
Lea-Ann Belter – elegance, femininity and beautiful detailing delivered up on a platter of deliciously natural photography that just makes you feel good. Ahh.
What’s not to love?! Halterneck, tea length, belt, puffy skirt and brooch at neck combined with quirkily posed model. By Fancy New York.
Everything about this Amsale gown is delicious, from the richness of the colour through to the hand-pleated detailing on the skirt. Yum!
Update: I watched the final of Brothers and Sisters last night (can’t believe it’s the last one ever – *sob*), and watched Sarah get married in a tea length version of this very dress, which looked beautiful. Though I thought her veil looked a bit twitty.
Aww, isn’t this such a pretty wedding dress? Pleats, organza sheer overdress, a belt, and a lovely scalloped neckline straight out of the 50’s – bliss! From Suzannah »
I want to caption this picture “Invisible golf swing, you’re doing it right”! But aside from the rather odd pose of the model, what a seriously cool option for any bride who wants something different. I don’t normally go in for black, but really – it’s drool-worthy (cue Homer Simpson). Check out the rest of the Rosa Clara collection on their website ». -Keren