1. 120 - Jesus Peiro
Clever from-the-catwalk elements, including the puffed, sheer sleeves, elevate Jesus Peiro's style 120, making this dress the perfect harmony between contemporary and timeless. We love everything about it, from the flared silhouette to the divinely shaped open back.
2. Spruce - Watters
Want to create a sexy-boho bridal look? Meet Spruce by Watters, whose bell sleeves, cut-out back and oversized lace will give you exactly the vibe you're looking for.Find Out More
3. Fennel - Olivia Rose Bridal
The laser-cut floral lace on Fennel by Olivia Rose Bridal is bewitchingly pretty without tipping over into fussy, and pairs perfectly with the flowing chiffon skirt. One for the modern romantics.Find Out More
4. Olsen - £1,099, Constellation Âme
It's become something of a cliché to say that more pared-back wedding gowns, like this incredible floor-length silk wrap dress, are for city weddings - we say wear Olsen by Constellation Âme wherever you're having your celebration.
5. Petunia - House of Mooshki
We love the colour pops on Petunia by House of Mooshki, a ballerina-length satin dress. Those sleeves are detachable, meaning you can mix up your look between ceremony and reception, should you choose, without buying a separate reception dress.Find Out More
6. Chloe - £199, Tiffany Rose Maternity
If you're both mum-to-be and bride-to-be, congratulations! Please don't think you have to compromise on style on the day - corded lace Chloe by Tiffany Rose is designed to flatter your shape, as well as having suitable stretch for comfort.
7. Melba - £649, Whistles
If you want to look couture for less, head to the high street and then have your dress tailored - the fit makes such a difference, so build alterations expenses into your budget so the dress flatters your figure to perfection. Brands like Whistles have some gems, including this Melba style.
8. Burton - Pronovias Atelier
As you'd expect from Pronovias, this is a showstopper: it's glamour all the way with a sumptuous crepe fabric, mermaid silhouette and a deep V back.Find Out More
9. Valentina - Joyce Young
A classically elegant design, Valentina by Joyce Young - from the couture collection - is one that will stand the test of time. The chic silhouette is given a 2021 update with the low back.Find Out More
10. Degas - Halfpenny London
Beautifully understated sparkle is the order of the day with the Degas Dress by Halfpenny London. Every time this dress catches the light, it gives off a subtle sparkle thanks to the lurex thread within the embroidered tulle fabric.
11. Pearl Rose - £750, Needle & Thread
Think 'fairytale wedding dress' and you might be picturing something rather overblown. Rose Pearl by Needle and Thread proves that when it comes to bridal fashion, the truly magical can still be subtle - just check out that tulle skirt, delicate pink highlights and intricate lace, all tied together with a scattering of the brand's signature sequins. And they lived happily ever after...
12. Badajoz - La Sposa
Badajoz by La Sposa brings together a sweetheart neckline, illusion sleeves in crystal tulle and a full tulle-and-lace skirt to an undeniably figure-flattering effect. The finishing is beautiful, from the lace cuffs to the embroidery flowers.Find Out More
13. Arista - Sanyukta ShresthaArista by Sanyutka Shrestha, from the clever cut of the light-as-air material to the vintage-inspired high neckline. And what we particularly admire about this designer is her commitment to ethical workforces and sustainability, resulting in dresses that are both luxurious and constructed with kindness in mind.
14. Style 88076 - Justin Alexander
If your dream bridal style is sophisticated glamour, style 88076 by Justin Alexander just might be The One. The long sleeves and fit-and-flare silhouette marry perfectly with a beaded keyhole back.
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15. Gatsby - £495, Reformation
A plunging neckline and a high thigh split are an easy way to wow. Reformation's Gatsby dress is an enchanting example of the look, adapted for bridal in an ivory hue.
16. Bea - £1,800, Grace Loves Lace
As we've come to expect from Australian design house Grace Loves Lace, their Bea gown is sexy, sophisticated and unlike anything else out there. We particularly like the champagne and silver lace, which gives it a subtly shimmering finish.
17. RBL 784 - Daalarna
We love the floral detailing on style RBL784 by Daalarna, which brings an ethereal boho edge to the overall look and brings to mind magical woodland weddings.
18. Poesy - Morilee
Ok, so technically this is a romper with an overskirt, not a dress - but Poesy by Morilee is just too pretty for us not to include it. Made of Guipure lace and beaded with crystals, it's a fun and flirty look that's still recognisably bridal.
19. Abaco - St Patrick
We love the use of textures in sophisticated mermaid gown Abaco by St Patrick: a simple crepe combined with an embroidered tulle skirt and an illusion back studded with crystals. The sleeves are stunning, with their illusion panels.
20. Saleta - Rosa Clará
It's a ballgown of dreams: a Guipure lace body with a full tulle skirt. We think Saleta by Rosa Clará would be a dream to dance in - just imagine the Insta shots of that skirt while you're in full twirl mode.
21. Bethany - Rebecca Ingram
A minimalist sheath dress is given a bridal glam-over thanks to the addition of illusion cut-out sleeves - Bethany by Rebecca Ingram is sophistication at its best.
22. Floral Maxi Dress - £360, Self-Portrait
You'd expect a serious price tag from a brand whose covetable designs have been seen on the likes of Beyoncé, Kendall Jenner, Maisie Williams, Reece Witherspoon and Margot Robbie. But many of Self-Portrait's Insta-friendly dresses come in under £500 - and the same is true of their bridal collection. This pleated crochet floral maxi is £360, but would easily look at home among designer gowns on the red carpet - or, indeed, on the aisle.
23. Dennison – Sottero and Midgley
The Dennison wedding dress by Sottero and Midgley has a plunging v-neckline and all-over lace detail, making it a perfect choice if you are looking for a fitted wedding dress that is a little more daring.
24. Mist - Watters
Puff sleeves are all the rage and the Mist dress by Watters showcases this trend at its finest. Crafted from crinkle pleated soft netting they're detachable so you can switch up your look to an off the shoulder number for your evening reception. More over, this dress is available in petite, regular and tall so will flatter all body types.
25. Dahlia Top - £295, Catherine Deane
Technically this is a top and skirt but separates are a seriously cool look that we couldn't resist including. The high necked lace Dahlia top contrasts beautifully with the sleek and fitted Les skirt to make for an outfit that wouldn't feel out of place at a chic celebration.
26. Sherry Gown - £1,500, Catherine Deane
We're also huge fans of the Sherry Gown by Catherine Deane. The shirred bodice, ornate dotted fabric and cuffed long sleeves give it a romantic and vintage feel, while the plunging neckline keeps it sexy.
27. Orla - £2,060, Grace Loves Lace
Classic, timeless and fabulously fitted, the Orla dress by Grace Loves Lace is designed to accentuate your curves in the most beautiful way. Made from three dimensional lace with a luminous pearl thread and delicate eyelash trim, this gown doesn't scrimp on the details.
28. Braelynn - Justin Alexander
The sheer, delicate long sleeves on the Braelynn dress by Justin Alexander give the illusion that you're not even wearing them! As you walk down the aisle all your guests will see are intricate embroidered flowers etched onto your arms.
29. Long Sleeve Floral Dress - £85, Chi Chi London
If you're opting for elegant long sleeves, you can afford to go short with your skirt. This lace number by Chi Chi London will look stunning walking down the aisle and still be comfortable when you dance the night away.
30. Jules - Pronovias
When we say the Jules dress by Pronovias makes a statement, we mean it! With squared shoulders and delicately beaded fabric all eyes will be on you when you wear this beauty. We love how it'll sparkle under fairy lights and if you can't wear a fabulous showstopper on your wedding day, when can you?!
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