To most people, nothing says bridal quite like a pretty white dress. (we have Queen Victoria. to thank for that) But many of you have been asking for other colours – some just don’t like the colour white on themselves, others prefer something less traditional… and we love it! Coloured wedding dresses are such a fun way to inject some festival vibes into your wedding celebration. What’s more, it makes wearing your outfit (or part of it if you choose a two-piece) after your wedding day so much easier. If a non-white wedding dress is what you want, you’ll have the added bonus of being able to enjoy wearing it even longer.
So we’ve gone ahead and sourced some lovely shades of light blue, blush, rosé gold and nude fabrics and can now offer you some of the styles from our collection in non-white colours. Whilst we were at it, we went ahead and created some new products as well – those new colours got us inspired! Check out the coloured wedding dresses, two-pieces and accessories we have available now:
Our Xylia dress looks just perfect in light blue and works together beautifully with our new Javor Cape. We have an ongoing love affair with wedding capes – they are such a modern way to cover up and add an edge to your bridal outfit.
That elegant, understated tone of light blue looks so chic on our Carline Top and Dara Trousers as well, don’t you think?
Our Sequoia and Sage two-piece wedding dress was made for tulle lovers. Its ethereal, soft tulle is now available in a blushy, nude colour making this style look even more romantic?
Combining differing textures looks incredible when they are of similar colour. Our new Jasmine top is coated in matte, rosé-gold sequins and pairs nicely with our Sage Skirt whose sheer tulle layers creates wonderful ripples of movement.
Who would have thought that a rosé-gold, thigh-length sequin dress could be bridal? A long minimal veil, drop earrings and pointed-toe stilettos transform this sequin dress into a bold, modern bridal outfit.
And last but not least, our Kalina dress is not technically new, but with its oatmeal coloured lining our line up of coloured wedding dresses wouldn’t be complete without it.
If you have a hard time deciding what colour to go for, do think about the theme of your ceremony as well as your wedding location. What colours would work well with it? Would you like your outfit to blend into the overall theme or rather create a pop of colour and stand out?
We are here to break the bridal rules. How about you?
HAIR, MAKEUP & BEAUTY: Tamara Semilet Henrike Bleil
PHOTOGRAPHER: Couplet Photo Daniel Korel