Trending Styles for your Bridal Party
Check out these color palettes and styles that have us wanting to be a part of the bridal party.
Satin dresses to suit all shapes and sizes.
Designer – Leave Her Wilder
Lauren Perez’s bride tribe wore custom made Bec & Bridge dresses ‘something blue’ for her wedding last November. Since then the Australian Designer has had this dress running off the rack. Yes, Kendal Jenner and Bella Hadid were a part of her bridal party.
Designer – BEC + BRIDGE
Having your bride tribe wear different colors in complementary tones has always been and has been considered fun and non traditional but since the turn of the new year, there’s been a lot of buzz about patterned dresses. This is our hands down fav for patterns from Charlotte Heinrich’s wedding who tied the knot at the luxurious Costa Careyes in Mexico.
Designer – Johanna Ortiz
Australian womenswear label, One Fell Swoop is known for their precision drapery and proficient tailoring. Their minimalist silhouettes are designed to complement both the female form and the environment in which they are worn.
One Fell Swoop are known for their work predominantly with natural fibers including European silk and Australian merino wool and are renowned for their use of crepe de Chine. Their designs are heavily inspired by nature, in particular, the concepts of minimalism, amplified fluidity and molecular structure.
Designer – One Fell Swoop
Suits, pants, vests and shirts are a staple in all queer wardrobes, yet the resources for Lesbians, Transmen and Non-Binary persons to buy a suit or shirt that actually fits and feels amazing are almost non–existent.
We recognise that formal fashion in general terms is very gender specific and often doesn’t allow the freedom of expressing one’s own identity. Lesbians, Transmen and Non-Binary are left out in the market place. They have nowhere to go that allows them to feel confident and comfortable to purchase their chosen formal attire.
Shane Ave was born out of a need to provide formal fashion that blurs traditional lines of gender divisions. There has been a very big hole in the market for too long.
Designer – Shane Ave
Each collection embodies a neutral color palette and natural fabrications that signify a clear Australian identity – always with a hint of our signature 70s bohemian glamor. In remaining true to the Shona Joy aesthetic, our collections don’t generally follow the trends of the season. We don’t believe in disposable fashion, with a mission to design the pieces that will be treasured as part of your wardrobe forever – striving to create pieces that transcend any season, occasion, day or evening and look just as glamorous in heels or barefoot.
Designer – Shona Joy
Author: Erin Shanley @erinshanley.hair
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