There are some women who, from a young age, have dreamed about their wedding day, and in particular, the perfect white wedding dress. And then there are those who prefer to eschew the traditional big white dress for a more ‘alternative’ style. Remember when Olivia Palermo stunned her fans by opting for a frothy skirt and fitted jumper on her Big Day? Loved it. Or when Beyonce’s sister Solange Knowles’ rocked up to her nuptials in a caped jumpsuit? Iconic.
These days, fashion-forward brides are veering towards more unconventional wedding looks, proving that you can throw out the rule book and still look incredible on your special day. So, to prove that there’s a host of opinion for every bride, we’ve done some research and found 6 styles that are just special as traditional weddings gowns, but 100% unexpected…
An edgy and fun yet sophisticated style that’s been seen on the likes of Solange Knowles and Amal Clooney. If it’s good enough those two...
Wedding dresses are typically floor length, but aren’t especially practical if you’re a dancing queen bride. A fun and flirty mini dress leaves ample room for dancing, plus, they usually cost less too.
Who said wedding dresses have to be white? From fuchsia pink to deepest black, these bold and beautiful coloured dresses are every bit as timeless and elegant.
The perfect choice for more traditionally-minded brides looking for something with a modern twist. From one-shoulder dresses to high-low dip hemlines, an asymmetric dress gives you the best of both worlds.
Looking for the perfect show-stopper but don’t feel like a white dress is going to cut it? An elegant floral wedding dress may be the right fit. Not only do you get to hold your favourite flowers, but you get to wear them too!
Make a head-turning entrance on the big day and prepare to wow guests when you rock up the aisle in a wedding look made of two parts. We're mad for a lacy top and wide leg trousers combo.