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Sequins and satin and lace caps, oh my! It’s time to revisit the 1920s with 11 flapper-inspired frocks

Gwyndolynne Ophelia 1920s wedding gown
The 1920s. A decade filled with a flurry of speakeasies and jazz, sleek bobs and kohl-rimmed eyes. As the necklines plunged and hems headed north, the Roaring Twenties saw the creation of its synonymous style; think slinky silhouettes, gowns drenched in intricate detailing and headcaps with cascading trains. Glamorous? Check. Feminine? Absolutely. Sure to wow? Tick. Prepare to stop that wedding dress hunt brides, you may have just found the one.


Johanna Johnson wedding gown
What happens when you mix Johanna Johnson with 1920s style? An Art Deco dream. This sexy gown has dainty cap sleeves, champagne-hued silk and swatches of contrasting fabric. We love it paired with an embellished cap or veil. Cue the dropping jaws.
Johanna Johnson wedding gown
Oh, the Wallis. A silk column silhouette features a halter neckline, complete with keyhole detailing, and beaded detailing that accentuates the waist. 
Gwyndolynne Florence wedding gown
A pairing straight from a design dream, Gwendolynne and 1920s style go hand-in-hand. Short, beaded and fringed, this gown is the way to go for brides looking to show off those wedding shoes.
Gwendolynne Neive wedding gown
An illusion neckline never goes out of the style. Adorned with beading that continues down the bodice and skirt, this dress is classic, elegant and oh-so sophisticated.
Gwendolynne Ophelia wedding gown
All eyes will be on you in the dress, which boasts striking beading and peephole detailing across the décolletage and bodice. A floaty, streamlined skirt balances the design.
Louise Alvarez wedding gown
Float down the aisle and across the dance floor in this tulle-skirt design. The bodice is adorned with petite flowers and glittering beading.
Louise Alvarez Erini wedding gown
Elegant draped sleeves make this gown a stunning choice for brides looking for 1920s style but not flash too much flesh. For brides wanting some extra height without donning stilettos, you’re in luck. The vertical beading on the gown will elongate your silhouette, 
Anna Campbell Gossamer Aisling
The 1920s were an era of excess and this wedding dress is no different. Lace, beading and appliques come together in this whimsical design. Keep your accessories understated with this gown; we love it with a pair of simple stud earrings. 
Marchesa wedding gown
Imagine the tulle skirt of this Marchesa design being picked up in the wind and floating gracefully behind you. Need more convincing? We didn’t think so. 
Jenny Packham Florence wedding gown
This glittering gown will stun when surrounded by soft candlelight. The delicately adorned sleeves create a soft, feminine style, and antique applique enhance the waist. 
Wendy Makin Mariah wedding gown
A classically cut, silk silhouette means this gown will never go out of style. Brides with long locks can show off the strap detailing by wearing your hair in a sweeping updo and adding a minimal headband. 
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