Top Looks from The Luxury Wedding Show London!
If you couldn’t make it to The Luxury Wedding Show London this October, stop cursing yourself and start clicking, because we’re bringing the front row to you. We’ve picked our favourites from the event’s uber-glamorous catwalk show, which boasted an array of designs so sublime you’ll be shedding tears of joy when you set your eyes on them! Better start saving – we might just have found your dream dress!
Image: wedding dress by Charlotte Casadejus, charlottecasadejus.com
By Alexandra Davey
Amanda Wakeley: best of British
Opt for one of queen-to-be Kate Middleton’s favourite designers with this beautiful Amanda Wakeley sequined asymmetric number – the best of British bridal wear.
Angelina Colarusso: futuristic fashion
Angelina Colarusso’s Gabriella gown is so now: it gives sumptuous timelessness a modern twist with its silver satin sheen.
Atelier Tammam: very Grace Kelly
Atelier Tammam’s kooky silk shift is sophisticated but still extra-special: what other occasion calls for such a sumptuous full skirt and an oversized bow? Very Grace Kelly.
Candy Anthony: Fifties Fabulous
Fifties style is under the fashion spotlight, and this gown ticks all the right boxes with it’s full tulle skirt, cinched waist and high, embellished neckline. Pair with gloves for ultimate Pan-Am chic.
Charlotte Casadejus: vintage treasure
Charlotte Casadejus does vintage-inspired bridal wear to perfection: we love the cute lace cap sleeves and the beautiful bejewelled waist belt on this simple, understated stunner.
Charlotte Casadejus: Swan Lake sophistication
Perfect for making a Swan Lake-style statement, the feathered Margot dress will fulfil all the couture dreams of a thoroughly modern bride.
David Fielden: cocktail classic
It’s not all about big fantasy, frou-frou fashion! If you’ve been searching for a sophisticated, city-chic shift, look no further than David Fielden’s oh-so-pretty pleated dress: girlie and grown up all at once.
David Fielden: Seventies bridal style
Fall in love with the delicate, shoulder-skimming chiffon neckline of this David Fielden wide-legged jumpsuit. A Seventies shape combined with high wedding gloss is a marriage made in fashion heaven.
David Fielden: mix it up!
If you love Fielden’s fashion-forward aesthetic but are after something a little more conventional and church-appropriate than cocktail dresses and jumpsuits, call off the search – you’ve found it!
David Fielden: tiers of joy
Your wedding cake isn’t the only thing that should be tiered: David Fielden’s structured, full-skirted gown is princess-y without being prissy. Perfection.
Delphine Manivet: French fashionista
If you’re looking to inject a little French insouciance into your wedding belle ensemble, choose one of Delphine Manivet’s much-coveted, celeb-favoured gowns – Lily Allen did!
Ellie & Charlotte: Pippa perfect
There’s something simply sexy about the slinky shape of this Ellie & Charlotte gown – perfect for those who are keen to show off their Pippa Middleton-alike assets.
Kula Tsurdiu: architectural beauty
We love the simple romance of Kula Tsurdiu’s off-white strapless creation: the intricate lace detailing has a subtle architectural beauty yet still looks light as air when offset by a floaty skirt.
Kula Tsurdiu: frock and roll
Frothy and fun, this young cocktail length number will translate just as well to the dance-floor for an evening of letting loose after your nuptials!
Kula Tsurdiu: garment of Eden
Who needs a bouquet when you can wear your flower arrangements? Heads will turn when you walk down the aisle in this exquisite, embellished floral lace incarnation.
Luella’s Boudoir: girlish charm
We know it’s meant to be all about The Dress, but the sweetness of this lace column gown really sparkles with the finishing touch – a charming crystal headband.
Luella’s Boudoir: stylish sylph
Drift down the aisle, sylph-like, in this full-length gown with a filmy tulle overlay. This look is all about effortless elegance – keep accessories simple and let that beautiful embellished belt shine.
A Marchesa Whirl sounds like a fashion take on something you might order in your nearest coffee shop – but this swirly fantasy dress is so frothy it looks good enough to eat!
Mira Zwillinger: structured but sweet
This form-fitting Mira Zwillinger number isn’t for the faint hearted – it’s femme fatale meets floral fantasy; va-va-voom in-bloom – but it’s certainly a winning combination.
Mirror Mirror Couture: like an angel
Nothing says ‘angel’ better than soft, wing-shaped sleeves and a halo-like veil – you’re sure to be a vision in this divine Mirror Mirror Couture creation.
Monique Lhuillier: dream big
A heavyweight in the wedding dress world, Monique Lhuillier offers something for every bride. This gown is gorgeous for nearly-weds who want to make a grand statement on their big day…
Monique Lhuillier: the subtle showstopper
…whilst this lacy streamlined strapless number is fitted but still undeniably romantic. Plus, the lace sleeves are ultra-flattering for brides uncomfortable with showing too much skin.
Peter Langner: once upon a time…
With its sweetheart strapless neckline and its sprinkling of embellishments, this dreamy dress from Peter Langner is the stuff of fairytales.
Temperley London: hippie shake
This light-as-air strapless dress has a great hippy-luxe vibe to it: perfect for a barefoot beach wedding. Just add sun, sand and a handsome husband-to-be.
Temperley London: Pre-Raphaelite romance
There’s something a little Pre-Raphaelite about the empire line and long
sleeves on this whimsical piece – it looks like it’s straight out of a work of art.
The State of Grace: goddess glamour
This slinky silk Twenties number is aptly named the ‘Goddess’ dress, and we can see why: it’s pure glamour. Add the beaded and feathered shrug for an extra flapper fabulous touch!
Vera Wang: heavenly dressing
Every woman is meant to be on cloud nine on her wedding day. Reflect your happiness with a heavenly dress that looks as though it’s descended from the gods above.
Vivienne Westwood: blushing bride
Westwood turns the phrase ‘blushing bride’ into a reality with this glittering, rose coloured incarnation that looks like a posy that’s about to bloom. Pull hair up into a bun to get the best from the girlie colour palette and the ballerina bow.
Vivienne Westwood: siren call
It doesn’t get much more romantic than this off-the-shoulder, draped Westwood dress. The sublime layer of lace adds a dreamy haze to the ruching that screams Hollywood Siren. We love.
Vivienne Westwood: Carrie knows best
Vivienne Westwood created Carrie Bradshaw’s dream wedding dress – and it’s this white duchess satin dress that reminds us of our favourite fictional columnist’s style: extrovert, but oh-so-chic.
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