Net-A-Porter Bridal Edit Will Make You Rethink Wedding Dressing

Diana Bell-Heather   |   19 - 04 - 2018

DANIELLE FRANKEL

DANIELLE FRANKEL

DANIELLE FRANKEL

DANIELLE FRANKEL

DANIELLE FRANKEL

DANIELLE FRANKEL

ELLERY

GABRIELA HEARST

GALVAN

ROSIE ASSOULIN

ROKSANDA

DANIELLE FRANKEL

DANIELLE FRANKEL

DANIELLE FRANKEL

DANIELLE FRANKEL

DANIELLE FRANKEL

DANIELLE FRANKEL

ELLERY

GABRIELA HEARST

GALVAN

ROSIE ASSOULIN

ROKSANDA

Online luxury e-tailor Net-A-Porter have put together a curated edit of bridal wear, and it’s not what you’d expect.

 

Instead of traditional gowns or lace dresses, the online store challenges you to think outside the box of and consider making a strong fashion statement on your big day. Don’t worry, all the elements of romance and codes of bridal are still present, but they have just been re-imagined in tailoring from brands like The Row, Alexander McQueen and Temperley London.

 

Contemporary brides will love the smart suiting on offer and we suggest looking for feminine details like ruffles spotted on the blazer by Ellery, or Gabriela Hearst’s tuxedo dress that is a perfect blend of traditional and modern. Oscar De La Renta’s floor sweeping gown offers classic elegance from the front, but the open back and pleated train leave lasting impression as you glide down the aisle.

 

New and exclusive this season, Danielle Frankel is designed for the bride who doesn’t adhere to convention, while London-based label Galvan is know for minimalist aesthetic and have launched their very first bridal collection with Net-A-Poter.

 

Click through the Danielle Frankel collection and some key pieces from the bridal edit.

 

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