Bridal outfits don’t have to be straight dresses. Last year we looked at jumpsuits and trouser suits for brides who want something different. Today, I’ve brought you a range of two-piece bridal separates so you can see how to create a stunning, feminine and unique look just for you.
I love this example from Catherine Deane because it’s so glamorous. Its simple front is eye-catching with its sweetheart neckline and can be accentuated with accessories to create a look just for you.
But of course, if you want a separate bridal outfit then flaunt it. Dare to show a little skin. This outfit from House of Ollichon is the perfect look for a boho bride with a summer wedding.
For a romantic look this is a great combination choice with a lacy bodice and tulle and ribbon skirt.
For a contemporary minimalist look, this top and skirt combination made from crepe is a fantastic example of the breadth of styles available. And both these examples came from BHLDN (pronounced Beholden).
This skirt from David’s Bridal will give you a fantastic silhouette for a super sexy style all of your own. Depending on what top you choose this could either be used for a romantic style or contemporary, it’s that versatile.
You can have a non-dress wedding and a fairytale theme. This second example from Catherine Deane gives you all the magic with the option of changing later in the day if that’s what you want, although I can’t imagine wanting to.
And there is plenty of scope for playfulness. This example from House of Ollichon is full of life, hand-stitched with ivory feathers, tiny beads and large sparkles for an outfit that dances as you move.
And this isn’t a style just for summer brides. This example by Charlie Brear is perfect for winter brides with a wool lace cropped jumper and an over skirt with ivory feathers embellished on a tulle skirt. Warm and feminine for maximum impact.
Image how stunning you would look in any of the outfits above with Capesthorne Hall as your venue backdrop – Hall Weddings