Bridal Style: BHLDN Winter Weather Brides – ‘Snowed In’

This afternoon on the blog we are concentrating on all you winter brides! When you think of Boho it may conjure up visions of summer meadows, flowing gowns and endless sunshine, but you can do Boho style in the winter as well. This stunning new collection from BHLDN is a great example of how you can mix the free-spirited bohemian style, with the crisp styling of winter. We love BHLDN here at Boho, they just get it ‘right’ every time and this new ‘Snowed in’ collection is no different. The feathers, the long sleeves, cover ups and flowing lace are all gorgeous and would make any winter bride feel extra special and super stylish.

The perfect looks for trend-focused, winter-weather brides, ethereal, romantic gowns that are feminine, and frothy

“Snowed In” is here. Shot in a private residence on the edge of Inca Lake at Ski Portillo in Chile, the imagery showcases the perfect looks for trend-focused, winter-weather brides. Ethereal, romantic gowns like the Felicity and Pique are layered with faux-fur and feathered jackets like the Brecken Shrug and Antoinette Wrap for a textural look that is both feminine, and frothy.

Cozy cover-ups like the Ethereal Sweater keep the winter winds at bay, while eye-catching embellishments in hair and jewelry shine against Chile’s otherworldly terrain.

The Collection is split into 3 sections:

WILD AT HEART: Impossibly dreamy, feminine, and frothy—our newest gown offering shines against Chile’s otherworldly terrain. A fresh crop of impossibly romantic gowns & dazzling accessories, set against Chile’s rugged-majestic beauty.

ENTIRELY UNCOMMON: Intricate lace, endless tulle. A collection of exclusive & hard-to-find items for your unique day.

FEELS LIKE MAGIC: Dresses cut from the most exquisite lace, embellished with subtle crystals, finished with delicate trim.





All Photos by famed landscape artist Alistair Taylor-Young

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