The style of fabric you pick for your wedding dress can say so much – will you go for sleek satin or classic lace?

Browse by wedding dress fabric to find the right dress for you.

The fabric your wedding dress is made from is a hugely important factor – it will affect the style of your dress and how it moves, as well as how heavy it is. Stiff fabrics like satin will create a timeless, more formal look, whereas loose, flowing materials like chiffon or tulle will have a more romantic, dreamy feel to them. Lace is a classic choice that will never ever go out of style – it’s a wedding dress fabric that lends itself more to vintage style wedding dresses, whilst fabrics such as organza are perfect for dramatic ruffles and details. If you aren’t sure what style of wedding dress fabric you want, you can browse by wedding dress shape, details or neckline.

  1. Chiffon

    Chiffon is a lightweight, translucent fabric that is perfect for flowy, floaty wedding dresses favoured by boho babes. Search by chiffon wedding dresses.

  2. Lace

    Lace is a bridal classic - this delicate fabric makes any wedding dress timeless and adds extra romance to your look. Browse our lace wedding dresses.

  3. Organza

    If you want serious glamour, browse through organza wedding dresses - this sheer, shimmery fabric will definitely wow. See organza wedding dresses here.

  4. Satin

    Satin is the ideal bridal fabric for those who want a classic look on their wedding day - it adds a glamorous gloss to your look. Filter by satin wedding dresses.

  5. Silk

    This natural material was chosen by the Duchess of Sussex for her wedding dress - steal her style with a silk wedding dress. Browse silk wedding dresses now.

  6. Tulle

    Tulle is a lightweight, netted style fabric - perfect for romantic, dreamy wedding dresses. Search through tulle wedding dresses here.

  7. Taffeta

    Similar to silk, taffeta has a crisp, smooth finish that works perfectly on full ball gowns or structured dresses - browse taffeta wedding dresses now


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