16 Non-Traditional Wedding Dresses for the Indie Bride
Sofia. Lucille. Noelle. Veronica. Nope, they’re not the names of your last-minute wedding RSVP-ers (grrr), they’re the names of the the newest non-traditional bridal dresses to hit the market. And you and the rest of your bridal party need to get to know them, fast.
Designed by the eco-conscious fashion brand Reformation, the recently-released bridal line features 16 breezy silhouettes that any indie bride would flip for. While the four wedding-white gowns all feature floor-length hems, details like off-the-shoulder cuts and high necklines make them elegant on-trend standouts. There’s even a lacy two-piece frock that *will* convince you that walking down the aisle in a crop top is a good, no, great idea.
Those altar-bound looks, as well as the remaining styles, are also available in a variety of dusty hues, gem tones and romantic prints, which means the line’s offerings go well beyond its bridal label. Bridesmaids, wedding guests and gals who need an easy-to-wear ensemble on a formal night out should all pounce on the collection — it’s selling out quicker than you can drop to one knee. That’s an insane response, considering this is only the brand’s second venture into bridal wear (and hopefully no where near its last).
But don’t freak, if your fave Reformation pick already went the way of the runaway bride…
What’s your favorite place to shop for non-traditional bridal wear? Are there any indie wedding dress designers we NEED to know about? Tell us in the comments below.
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