Separates Wedding Dress

Wedding separates, also called bridal separates, have become one of the most popular trends with fashion-forward brides looking to break with convention.

Skirt and top combinations have grown increasingly popular over the last couple of years with bridal designers including Allure Bridals, Justin Alexander and Morilee offering multiple options in the separates stakes.

Sottero and Midgley’s two-piece ‘Channing’ wedding separates feature striking lace appliqués, exquisite bead detailing and a scalloped hem, ideal for brides seeking coordinating separates.

Martina Liana offers a number of bodysuit and skirt combinations to enable you to create your own individual look. The beaded tulle and lace ‘Belle’ bodysuit, featuring illusion lace sleeves, can be paired with your choice of Martina Liana Separates skirts.

Wedding separates offer a higher degree of flexibility than a wedding dress; think combining a chic crop top or soft cardigan with a flared A-line skirt, or splashing out on a designer piece and pairing it with a high street bargain for affordability.

Choosing separates to suit your body shape makes finding your dream wedding outfit much easier. Make a beeline for the sizes and styles you know best suit your shape and even get creative by choosing contrasting colours and materials to show off your personality.

Brides choosing separates are also likely to find more opportunities to wear each element of their outfit on future occasions - making the question of what to do with your dress once the big day becomes a memory a whole lot easier.

The only problem is you may find yourself spoiled for choice…

Browse by other shapes to find the right dress for you


The clue is in the name with a mermaid wedding dress! This style hugs the entire body from the neckline to the knee before flaring out into a fishtail shaped skirt to create a sexy silhouette.


The glamorous fit-n-flare wedding dress is an extremely popular style, which closely hugs the body before flaring out gradually from just below the hip.


The enduring style of the princess wedding dress has defied the ebb and flow of other trends for longer than Sleeping Beauty was slumbering in her tower.

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