From a-line to ballgown, tea-length and fishtail - bridal skirts come in all different shapes and sizes.
With designers incorporating braver materials and cuts to their bridal collections, we've found some of our favourites from recent collections to help get you inspired for when you walk down the aisle.
Amanda Wyatt ‘Renata’ gown featured a heavily boned bodice with sweetheart neckline and mocha satin skirt, from £1800.
Charlotte Balbier gown ‘Ethereal Beauty’ includes ivory beading and a racer neckline flowing into a large sequinned blush floral tulle skirt with cathedral length train and pockets, from £1,890.
Halfpenny London ‘Meredith’ tea-length dress with pale blush ruffle tulle skirt, from £1,500.
This amber statement skirt by Jesus Peiro features a crushed velvet waistband and tulle layers (style code 142), from £1,800.
The ‘Richmond’ ball gown by Justin Alexander includes a full ruched tulle skirt and intricate hand beaded bodice (style code 99124), from £2000.
The 'Orwell' dress by Suzanne Neville featured three-quarter length sleeves and an asymmetric textured skirt from £2,800.
Posted on 16th September 2020 by Megan Goodwin