Vera Wang. She’s every girl’s favourite designer and has dressed more celebrity brides than you could poke a yard of tulle at. For the Spring 2015 collection, the designer opted for an edgy and vampish look, decking the models out in webbed lace, strapless bra pieces, see-through fabrics and her signature voluminous skirts.
If ever you wanted to look like an ethereal princess, this is the dress to do it in. Meet Octavia, a dress with a wrapped bodice and full, tiered skirt, perfect for swishing around on the dance floor. Keep your accessories simple with this one: think understated stud earrings or a single-strand bracelet.
Simple in the front and sexy in the back, Odelle has cutouts that flash a little skin but the strip of fabric in the back means you can wear a strapless bra to create some va-va-voom in the front.
Not for the faint-hearted, Odessa is a opaque lace number that would suit boho brides. And your inner exhibitionist. Team it with a nude or white slip to keep your modesty, and sweep your locks up into a loose updo.
Sports-luxe meets bridal with Odette. Yes, the top half looks like a slinky one-piece swimsuit - hello Sports Illustrated - but the frothy tulle skirt is all about that Swan Princess moment.
The strapless silhouette of Olivia is super sweet and incredibly detailed. The gorgeous flowered embroidery covers the entire dress, all the way down to the just-flared mermaid skirt.
Keen to get your legs out for your nuptials without flashing too much flesh, or lathering on the fake tan? Think Olya. The bandage-style dress has a sheer overlay that starts mid-thigh. The bodycon silhouette will pull in your waist, giving you a sexy shape.
Spaghetti straps meet asymmetrical necklines with Olympia. The bodice has wrap detailing that gradually gives way to floral applique and delicate embroidery on the skirt. To make the most of this sleek dress, we love a slick updo and paired-back jewels.
Embrace your inner rockstar by donning the edgy Ophelia. The high-low hem means your pins are free to cut shapes on the dance floor and show off your killer wedding shoes - stilettos, sneakers or otherwise.
Nailing the art of the over-the-shoulder smoulder is a must for brides wearing Oriana – perhaps a cheeky mirror practice session is in order? The dress is a mix of criss-cross and traditional straps, with a simple A-line skirt. Ready. Set. Pose.
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