Among life's many quotable myths and fallacies include: "I will absolutely wear this again" when referring to anything wedding related. A bedazzled bridesmaid dress, magenta dyed pumps and your own wedding gown. Odds are, none of those items will see the light of day again unless you are attempting to Tradesy them.
For the brides that are not craving a traditional princess wedding gown, you might actually prove the myth to be true! Wedding dress designs have gone short, two-piece and even jumpsuit for those that are embracing more casual and fashion-forward options. These options typically come with a more palatable budget and plenty of opportunities to wear them again.
A touch of boho, a love for lace and a hint of tradition -- this dress combines all of the above. The high-low hemline offers a more dramatic look and would be a perfect packing addition for a special honeymoon dinner.
You have worked hard on your bridal body and why not show it off with a modern fitted jumpsuit? No veil, no problem as the attached cape will do the trick. Remove the cape and this jumpsuit will be your go-to summer happy hour outfit.
Short and Sweet
This mini dress is no plain jane, it is for the bride that wants a bit of tradition with the lace top as well as some sass and fun with the shorter hemline. From ceremony to a backyard bbq, this dress rocks both events.
Intricately designed with ivory beads and threading, this dress is a statement-maker. Nude illusion beneath the white overlays will still have you looking bridal and beautiful.
Beach brides unite with this dress. Flowy and comfortable, this dress would pair well with a beautiful sunset ceremony. Dress it down as a cover-up as you enjoy the honeymoon!
Your Carrie Bradshaw moment has arrived, Womanistas. Tradition meets modern with this romantic ballerina skirt and cropped lace top. Your something blue is covered with this two-piece option!