1. Ryu All Neutral dress, $90 | 2. Yours Always Dress, $156 | 3. Trashy Diva Aisle Be There dress, $163 | 4. Valerie Tolosa Snow Drop dress, $250 | 5. Sipping Champagne dress, $150 | 6. Bettie Paige Apparel With Only a Wink dress, $140 | 7. Darling Daisy for You dress, $110 | 8. Maggy London Fame, Set, Match dress, $148 | 9. Trashy Diva Gown Undah dress, $163
Have you ever worn a pretty dress, most likely white or some other neutral color, and thought to yourself, “this could be a wedding dress?” Hence the title of this post, “Questionable Bride” – dedicated to those pretty, pretty frocks that could easily double duty as a wedding dress or reception dress. The idea of being able to re-wear your wedding dress sounds pretty good to me! Best part? You get to pay regular-dress-prices instead of wedding-dress-prices. – Tram @ Phi-Style.com
[Images from Modcloth]
The embellished bride adorns herself in fanciful details like sequins and patterns. Pair this beautiful silk-chiffon Antonio Berardi with crystal satin sandals and rose gold-dipped topaz earrings.
Gown | Sandals | Earrings
by Brittany Watson Jepsen of The House That Lars Built
Is anyone else excited for this Richard Nicholl‘s bridal collection for Topshop? Its a series of 7 dresses for brides and bridesmaids, and they are just so chic!
[images via Oystermag]
Earlier this week over at my OneWed column I posted about Otaduy, a bridal gown company out of Spain, and wanted to share my favorite dress from their collection here…its just so easy and breezy, and modern without being TOO austere.
[image from Otaduy]
Its been awhile since I’d checked out JCrew‘s wedding options, but they’re still kickin’ it with great designs! I love the shorter dresses for elopements or city hall, and the long ones are just chic for any kind of wedding!
[images from JCrew]