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The Bardot-inspired off-the-shoulder neckline is still a key look this year and this stretch-lace Nathalia dress by Grace Loves Lace has nailed it!
Also from Grace Loves Lace, we adore this Truly Madly Deeply embroidered tulle veil!
The latest collection from designer Kate Fearnley includes so many fashion-forward statements included these tassel sleeves on the Coco gown.
Nothing says statement sleeves quite like this Jacqueline dress by Katya Katya London.
The Cheryl Split dress from Halfpenny London is an update of a previous iconic style featuring the same backless, halter top with long ties and a subtle split.
Let the Joni dress take centre stage on your wedding day. It's part of the exclusive sustainable bridal collection and is crafted from wonderfully soft recycled crepe. Double-layered throughout and finished with a wide waist tie it also features draped sleeves and a mini train.
Quintessentially romantic, the Beatrix dress by Temperley London is a bohemian gown featuring a high neckline and full-length sleeves, decorated with embroidery inspired by Victorian lace motifs.
Laurence is an ultra-lightweight fit-and-flare gown in wrapped and draped tulle. It features a strapless bodice and subtle waist bandeau that ties at the back with a frothy skirt that tumbles from the lower thigh.
This beaded shawl from the latest wtoo collection by Watters Designs will add the wow-factor to any bridal gown.
The Charli wedding dress by Mori Lee is a simple stunner, combining a classic look with a splash of sultry! The sleek satin gown has a contoured mermaid silhouette, accented by luminous, crystal-beaded Alençon lace over sheer side panels to enhance curves. The sweetheart neckline and covered buttons from bodice to hem give the dress a classic feel.