Topshop has announced the imminent release of their bridal range on April 13th, 2017. The range contains five stunning bridal gowns in a selection of styles, available in sizes 4-16.
Each dress relates to the modern bride in a multitude of ways, with a vintage design long-sleeve Bardot dress, a strappy and form-fitting maxi and a gorgeous pink maxi with rose collections around its waist and shoulders.
The bridal range prices between £350-795, with each pair of shoes costing £79, and the bridesmaid’s price between £85-24.
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The range has come under high praise following its announcement for its eclectic style, and the Topshop creative director Kate Phelan explains this, as she comments that Topshop Bride “can create the perfect look for any wedding style.”
High Street Bridal Finds
Topshop joins multiple high street brands in producing a bridal range, as younger generations realise the worth of spending less on their weddings.
Within the last year, at least five brands, online and store-based, have released bridal collections, leaving Topshop’s range surprisingly costing the most at £350-795.
The first of the five to release its own bridal range was ASOS in March 2016, after the huge success of its bridesmaid range. The collection offers traditional wedding dresses, many with beautiful lace features all in a selection of midi to maxi dresses.
However, they also explore the popularity of jumpsuits, with a stunning caped jumpsuit making waves, and also offer separates which allow multiple possibilities for the modern bride.
ASOS’s range prices between £65-350 and holds 22 pieces, with a much larger selection for bridesmaids.
The range is also available under the ASOS Curve label, which means in the UK the range spans between sizes 6-30.
The next to follow ASOS was missguided.co.uk in May 2016. Missguided offer a range of 20 bridal gowns, in a mixture of colours from traditional white and ivory to nude dresses with white or silver detailing.
The prices range from just £40-180, and the collection contains both traditional dresses, and also separates, including a gorgeous long sleeved bodysuit that would be perfect to pair with a skirt or pants of your choice.
Missguided also offer a bridesmaid range with prices between £25-65, as it appears most of these brands would prefer you to do all of your shopping in one place (clever!). And with 47 styles to choose from, mostly in nude, grey, pink, red or blue, it’s easy to see yourself finding a style that can suit everybody.
The site also allows for wedding lingerie and shoes, and a large selection of wedding guest dresses, showing dedication and impressive taste in their wedding section.
Lipsy’s collection was released in early March 2017, with six dresses priced between £180-250. The sizes will range between 4-18, and the collection is available mainly online at www.lipsy.com.
All of the pieces are dresses, including a midi dress with a lace high neck, and a strapless maxi with a soft lace overlay featuring floral embroidery.
This range seems to fit into traditional bridal designs and comes with a large bridesmaid collection.
Boohoo’s bridal range features 22 dresses and includes a beautiful kimono print dress, three black dress perhaps for the alternative bride, and one coordinate set. Prices start at just £15 and only hit up to £50 making theirs the least expensive collection.
Their site also offers bridesmaid and wedding guest dressing options, and also has a hen party selection along with its accessories and heels.
Dorothy Perkins’ bridal range also becomes available in April 2017, with prices ranging from £85-175, and in sizes 8-18.
The collection will only be available online at www.dorothyperkins.com and offers ten styles. The dresses feature vintage inspired lace and follow a range of colours, full of pastels, brights and navies.
As is typical now the range will also feature bridesmaid dresses, shoes and accessories meaning that the collection is accessible for all sorts of bargains.
With all of these brands creating bridal ranges, it isn’t hard for the modern bride to find a gorgeous dress for her big day without breaking the bank!