Bridal Fashion - Wedding Dress Shoots



Wedding dresses with texture and dimensions



As the latest lookbooks and catwalks continue to show, designers are enjoying something of a multi-dimensional love affair when it comes to bridal fashion, with ultra caressable and gorgeously frothy frocks all whispering, "feel me"...

Whether you wish to add a single embellishment to a pared-back - yet bulbous - ballgown or create a look layered with interest, textural and dimensional elements are one the easiest and most high-fashion options. Pick from pleating, folded origami styles, mixed materials, floating florals, tucks, woven patterns, and latticework to bag plenty of style points.

One of the best ways to modernise or personalise an outfit is to add a little extra something, and dimensional and detachable features are just the ticket. Think tulle overskirts, giant corsages, billowing or puff off-the-shoulder sleeves, and veils and trains dotted with 3D flowers.

Maxi bows are a particular must-have, which give a palpably regal air while adorning the shoulder, waist or back. Meanwhile, double bows lend a preppy or vintage vibe and ruffles – of any kind and placed anywhere from the straps to the skirt – are an indisputable winner.

Pronovias, The Bridal Studio Helston
Lillian West, Elaine Rawlings Bridal Boutique

Wendy Makin, The Bridal Studio Helston
Madi Lane, The Bridal Studio
Wendy Makin, The Bridal Studio Helston
Madi Lane, The Bridal Studio Helston
Wendy Makin, The Bridal Studio Helston
Rebecca Ingram, Bliss Bridal Gowns
Made With Love, St Ives Bridal Boutique
House of St Patrick, Bridal Gossip
Made With Love, St Ives Bridal Boutique
Victoria Kay, Coastal Bridal

Made With Love, St Ives Bridal Boutique

Main image: Nicole Milano, The Bridal Studio

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