FEATHERED WEDDING DRESSES: TREND ALERT FOR THE FASHION FORWARD BRIDE
More and more brides are moving away from the traditional bridal look on their wedding day, with many opting for the popular new trend: feathered wedding dresses.
These three leading bridal designers have skillfully created intricate, gorgeous dresses using individual feathers. The result is nothing less than these show stopping, jaw dropping bridal gowns, perfect for the alternative bride.
If you’re an alternative bride, but feathered wedding dresses aren’t your vibe, check out the gold wedding dress trend here.
Sassi Holford's feathered Wedding Dresses
Sassi Holford’s feathered wedding dress, photographed on the White Gallery 2018 runway, is made up of a flattering silk top, with a plunging back, delicate spaghetti straps and feather details on the shoulders.
The designer combines this top with her dramatic, statement feathered skirt and train. A heavily embellished belt separates the top from the skirt, adding another dimension to the dress. At the close of the fashion show, Sassi is pictured next to the model wearing the feathered wedding dress. Not only was this the gown that wowed the crowd, but it might just be the designer’s personal favourite dress also.
Feathers everywhere with Eliza Jane Howell
Eliza Jane Howell’s current collection includes feathered headpieces. Long, white feathers protrude from their headpieces, adding character and personality to any chosen gown.
A feathered Eliza Jane Howell headpiece, coupled with their intricately designed fathered kimono, makes the perfect combination for the eccentric boho bride aiming to accessorise to the max.
Feathered wedding dresses by Savin London
Finally, for the bride who’s fully dedicated to the feathered wedding dress trend, look no further than Savin London’s collection.
Savin London's new collection boasts an array of feathered wedding dresses. One dress contains small pockets of feathers dotted around a delicate tulle dress, whilst another includes wisps of ostrich feathers arranged to scarcely cover an already intricate dress. For the dramatic look, opt of the rolling rows of feathers or full feathered look.
Savin go all out to cater for the bride longing for her feathered wedding dress. If turning heads is what you’re after, none of these dresses will fail you on your big day.
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