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Giambattista Valli Haute Couture 2021

Hang up the wedding white. Pick a colour that makes you happy ❤️

Vivienne Westwood, 1998

An air of drama is a silky hair wrap, fastened low at the side of your nape. Eye patch optional.

Vivienne Westwood, 1993
Committed to Anglomania

Vivienne Westwood, 2020

Bella as a pirate bride

Balenciaga, 2021

Hauntingly Luxurious. A minimal vibe is oh so chic.

Blumarine Spring 1993

The details. Surprize and delight.

Chanel Haute Couture 2003/2004

Just so obsessed with a bridal bonnet! Silver eyeshadow is a nice touch.

Chanel 1984

An idea for the maximalist; white lace bodysuit, vintage Chanel mini dress, stacked with pearls and perfect blunt-cut platinum bangs.

Chanel Haute Couture 2019

Another look, another glamorous bonnet. Bridal couture meets synchronized swimmer

Ann Demeulemeester, 2017

Summer bride? Try a semi-structural take on a lace Juliet cap with velvet ribbon detailing, just a wee bit cottage core.

Christian Dior Haute Couture 2019

Go heavy on the eyeliner. Add a birdcage veil to your bonnet for a soft touch.

Jean Paul Gaultier

Soft, tousled waves and an elegant flowing Blusher veil secured by a textile flower crown, for the chimerical bride.

Giambattista, 2021

Big bows and bigger hair! Be like Dolly Parton, Priscilla Presley or Brigitte Bardot.

Jean Paul Gaultier

A structural masterpiece for the avant-garde bride

Jean Paul Gaultier, 2006/2007

Cool beachy waves for a nonchalant bride. Yes to walking your dog down the aisle

Givenchy Haute Couture

Big hat energy

Margiela Haute Couture 2015

Head in the clouds, flouncy headpieces make a statement sitting atop a slicked style and dramatic eye make-up.


We're here for this modern wedding wet look. And while we're here, why carry a bouquet when you can wear one?

Thierry Mugler 1999

Delicate face wrapped veils were a big thing in the '90s. Slick back your hair into a tight ballerina bun and fasten your veil to your hair with its tail billowing behind you, dream!

Thierry Mugler, 2012

Wedding hoods; 60s, space-age and so cute! Audrey Hepburn wore one, so did Elizabeth Taylor one time. So elegant.

Thierry Mugler 2021

Whether you're channelling a 1930s flapper or you're really into cowboys, fringing is whimsey and frivolous and an unexpected adornment to your wedding look. Keep your hair sleek and let the fringe fly!

Rodarte 2018

Gypsophila or Baby's Breath was big in the 1980's so we're happy to include it here because it was the height of glamour then - let's bring it back!

Valentino Haute Couture, 1993

Nothing says post-war excess like a snatched waist and an Edwardian inspired automobile hat, and layers upon layers of silk tulle.

Valentino Haute Couture, 1993

From the road to a glorious garden party, secure it all with tulle and pray the hat hair away.

Versace Haute Couture, 1996

Wear silver sparkles all over your body if you really want to stand out. Add a white satin diamante headband with veil attachment for a kiss of tradition.

Vivienne Westwood

Love is blind

Yves Saint Laurent, 1968

Beach wedding concept: Flower power, natural beauty and forget about the rest. Just wear your hair long and tulle to match.

Yves Saint Laurent, 2002

Shy? Modest? Try an intricately woollen woven cocoon then emerge like a butterfly from its chrysalis once you reach the alter.

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