Bridal separates are as big as ever and the laid back look is going to continue through 2017 (and beyond!). Think back to 2014 and Olivia Palermo’s wedding – the style sensation around her wedding day look is still evident today.
This post is going to guide you through various options within this style. Don’t feel that you can’t have a two piece ensemble if you’re not having a boho wedding! You totally can!
You can have any combination you wish! Crop tops, flowing skirt, lace, organza, embellished… mix them to create something that is right for you. Have fun with it for an effortlessly elegant look full of personality.
Houghton NYC Tyler top and Sari skirt.
Grace Loves Lace Francesca.
Bridal separates inspiration
Below and above: Halfpenny London A/W 2017 collection.
Bridal separates v Wedding dresses
Generally speaking a top and skirt will set you back less than a wedding gown. You’re also able to combine high street with designer as well as know that you’re able to buy a top and skirt the right size! Lets face it, who is the same size top and bottom?!
You can also recycle! Cost per wear is going to come down considerably as you’ll be able to wear your wedding top on a night out with the girls.
Bridal separates allow your personality to shine through. How about a ruffled feather skirt for the more fashion forward bride, or tailored satin corset top for for a classic bride. It’s also easier to have hints of colour, why not mix a white top with a subtle blush pink or nude coloured skirt? Or a white skirt with a colour pop on top. You can do no wrong.
Below: Delphine Manivet
Above: Needle & Thread
What’s your aisle style?