High Street Wedding Dresses That You Can Buy Right Now
Even if you haven't got a wedding planned, it's always nice to know what you want for when the time finally arrives... Right?
While wedding season is already in full swing, there’s no time like the present to start planning that fictional wedding to the human of your dreams. You know, that is unless you already have real life plans.
And what better place to start than on the high street, where you can now both shop for wedding dresses and pick up a sausage role from Greggs. It’s the best of both worlds, really.
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Of course it would be great if we could just pop over to Jenny Packham’s house and have her personally design and sew together a couple of gowns for us to wear throughout our three day wedding extravaganza, but that's just never going to happen. Not only because we aren’t marrying Prince Harry (no thanks to Meghan Markle), but also because we aren't billionaries.
So go ahead and check out this lot fresh from the high street, which is still surprisingly expensive considering it will probably be delivered in a plastic bag but admittedly totally worth it.
Amelia Rose at Asos
We’ve got a bit of an obsession with tiered dresses like this beauty at the moment, mostly because it would provide the ultimate photo op (ooh and boomerang) during the dancing portion of the day. Amelia Rose Pleated Tiered Cold Shoulder Maxi Dress - £165.
If it’s an ultimate bargain wedding dress that you’re after, then Missguided’s simple fishtail design could be the perfect blank canvas. You could even take the sleeves off to make it work for summer. Bridal White Long Sleeve Open Back Fishtail Dress - £35.
Nothing says fun more than this H&M frilly situation, which you’d be more than happy to wear all day seeing as it gives ample room to not have to worry about breathing in for pics. Frill-Trimmed Mesh Dress - £119.99.
We weren’t lying when we said we were all over the tiered trend. Sure, the price tag is slightly eye watering, but in the wedding bubble it’s actually still a bit of a bargain. Isla Tiered Wedding Dress - £649.
Congrats Reformation, you’ve managed to make a wedding dress that is so effortlessly chic we might just have to change our name to something far fancier, you know, like Lady Victoria. Winslow Dress - $268.
For those in the market for a slightly jazzier dress situation, then this embellished number is almost certainly going to answer all of your prayers. It’s covered in hand-placed beads and sequins for crying out loud. Clara Embellished Bridal Maxi Dress - £349.
A dress that you could definitely get away with wearing on more than just your wedding day, Self-Portrait sure do know how to make us want to start going to things like the polo. Bea Midi Dress - £300.
Another modern twist on an otherwise classic shape, this Flynn Skye gown in classic white would make for quite the 2018 wedding. Also after seeing Bella Hadid wear more off the shoulder dresses at Cannes than we knew existed we’re all over this trend. Bardot Bridal Gown by Flynn Skye - £250.
Sometimes less is actually more when it comes to choosing a wedding dress, which is exactly why this Ted Baker number ticks so many boxes. It’s fancy but it’s also practical, what with there being no secret slits that could cause a Marilyn moment. Phew. Rose Cold Shoulder Lace Midi Dress - £699.
Those sleeves, that neckline, the embellished waistline, there’s not one part of this dress we’d change in a million years. Would it be weird to buy it despite not having a wedding to plan? Cari Maxi Bridal Dress, Summer White - £250.