If you’re a bride on a budget, 2016 is kind of turning into a dream come true for you. Just last week ASOS released a killer line of affordable wedding dresses, and now H&M is hopping on board with an impressive collection of their own.
As part of their Spring 2016 Conscious Exclusive range, H&M has (finally!!) decided to add three wedding dresses to the mix. Keeping with the eco-friendly mentality of the annual line, all pieces are made from sustainable materials like hemp, linen and organic silk. The collection is inspired by a new, historic fashion exhibit opening at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. You’ll find a high-collared, long-sleeved gown reminiscent of Botticelli’s “Three Graces” that would be a perfect fit for the boho bride.
There is also a more structured number that could totally pass as a piece from J.Crew’s bridal collection and a billowy bedazzled number that looks like it came straight out of a Free People catalog.
The most expensive piece included in the collection comes in at $649, which is definitely more than the standard H&M purchase — but a total steal in the bridal world. The collection is set to drop on April 7. If we were you, we’d definitely have our credit cards ready — because if there’s anything we know to be true about a good H&M collection, it’s that it sells out before you can even figure out what shoes will match best.
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(Photos via H&M)