There has been a noticeable increase in online retailers selling wedding dresses over the past few years. Brick-and-mortar shops are still popular because they allow brides to bring their friends and family along. However, modern brides are increasingly interested in an online experience. They are no longer dependent on the stylist who brings them the gowns. This allows brides to browse a wide range of styles and can also shop online at MatchesFashion. Katharine Polk, a bridal brand, is disrupting the industry by making it more accessible and inclusive. Hill House Home and RIXO are also launching new bridal collections. Many of the places listed above offer stylish wedding wares. They also have the option to purchase accessories at one place, which makes it easy for brides to save time and money.
Christian Siriano, a celebrity favorite designer, has a new bridal line. The styles range from classic strapless gowns to avant-garde tuxedo and wedding suits and an ombre ballgown. They are available up to 28 inches in size.
Katharine Polk has launched a new brand for brides after closing Houghton, the coolest wedding label in 2019. It offers a variety of styles for brides in sizes 00- 30, and prices starting at $500 to $4,650.
The fashion brand that is responsible for some of the most popular printed dresses on Instagram launched a bridal collection in February. The range of looks includes a Bianca Jagger-esque bridal suit and more traditional slip-and lace gowns.
Hill House Home
Hill House Home’s Nap Dress has been your favorite for the past year. The brand’s bridal collection will be a great addition to your wardrobe. The bridal edit includes the iconic style in both short and long hemlines. There are also getting-ready robes for the bride and her maids.
The brand, which is based in London and ships to the U.S., makes timeless wedding dresses from 100% silk. This may make you think that they are very pricey. But all 10 looks of Clover London are priced at around £1,000 (around $1,400) which is quite okay for such a dress.
LoveShackFancy was inspired by the vintage-inspired dresses worn by brides at their nuptials and launched a official bridal line in June 2020. It’s a good thing they did. The collection, like most of its offerings features beautiful lace and sheer detailing as well as nightgown-like silhouettes and flowing skirts.
MatchesFashion’s bridal shop launched in 2020 and offers a variety of styles, from sweet and fashion-forward to Erdem, Batsheva and Rochas. It will be difficult to choose one look from the many options this London-based retailer has available.
Cool Girl’s favorite wedding label Danielle Frankel launched its website again in 2020. The site now sells the avant-garde designs of Danielle Hirsch, 2019 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund runner-up, which were previously sold at Net-A-Porter, Moda Operandi and other e-tailers.