One of the most important things about any bride’s wedding has to be the dress, and I am finding that it is already the most stressful part. I haven’t tried on any styles yet, I am still at the magazine and Pinterest collecting stage, but as soon as I knew I was getting married this year I have been excited to see Zac Posen’s debut bridal collection for US store David’s Bridal, Truly by Zac Posen, and it is divine.
As well as being gorgeous, just check out the tulle ball gown above with Chantilly lace and an illusion neckline, seriously dreamy, it is also super affordable at £1,195 – lower than the average price brides pay for their dress of £1,500 and it really does have that wow factor.
The collection features 7 bridal gowns to choose from, showcasing bold silhouettes and whimsical colours – from a satin fit-and-flare gown with corset detailing and embellishments to a champagne-coloured tulle dress with a featherweight lace overlay. Then there are 10 occasion dresses that would make any bridesmaids day from classic floor-sweeping styles to elegant strapless cocktail dresses in black and midnight blue.
There are so many gorgeous options and with prices starting at just £125 I think David’s Bridal in Westfield Stratford is going to be inundated with requests to try on these beauties, especially as most are available in sizes 0 to 26 – this collection really is for every woman!!!
We’ve been missing somewhere like David’s Bridal in the UK, I have already fallen in love with one of their dresses designed by Vera Wang, and now I have added at least four of these beauties to my very long list of dresses I need to try on. I just love that they are fashionable, affordable, and not just in traditional white – the portobello grey is a beautiful colour. But most importantly they have the wow factor that every bride is looking for.
The collection will be available at David’s Bridal from February 6, with prices ranging from £125 to £1,295. I can’t wait to try on dresses from this collection.
Which dresses are your favourites?