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On this Fridays Bridal style we are talking tea length 50s style dresses. This style has been around for a while now as brides opt for the non princess style of wedding dress. Brides who want to add a touch fo 50s vintage to their day, or brides with a chic sence of style, maybe you have great legs that you want to show off, or maybe you want something a bit more manageable for your big day. A tea length dress automatically adds a sence of sophistication and fun to your wedding and these days there is so much choice
So today I want to share with you some of my favorite finds. I’m sure there are a zillion others that I haven’t mentioned but here are a few of my favorites.
Candy Anthony www.candyanthony.com
When you think of 50s styled wedding dresses the first person you think of Candy Anthony, having built the range up with the 50s as complete inspiration these dresses are the first choice for most 50s inspired brides.
Photo source 1) The luxury Wedding Show, 2) Greek Planners Blog 3) The National Wedding Show
Vivien of Holloway www.vivienofholloway.com
known for her Fifties and Forties-inspired clothes, Vivien of Holloway has become the go-to brand for re-creating a period look. With a shop on Holloway Road and stockists around the world, this London brand is only going to go from strength to strength
Oh My Honey www.ohmyhoney.co.uk
I have always had an interest in fashion and costume, and love mixing the two together for exciting creations, or retro inspired designs. My dresses take the timeless 1950’s fashion elements and come together with modern or vintage fabrics to make fun, beautiful dresses for all kinds of occasions.
Look Darling www.lookdarling.com
Look Darling aims to offer a selection of stylish and affordable 50s style wedding and evening gowns for lovers of vintage style
Honeypie Boutique www.honeypieboutique.co.uk
Honeypie Boutique specialise in 50s style wedding dresses as well as vintage and vintage style dresses and accessories.
Petticoats a Plenty www.petticoatsaplenty.com
On Line store offering a huge range of petticoats and wedding dresses, either made to measure or ready to order.
House of Mooshki www.houseofmooshki.com
House of Mooshki are bespoke wedding dress designers specialising in bespoke and custom designed wedding dresses and bridal gowns from vintage inspired through to gothic
The Couture Company http://the-couture-company.co.uk
We specialise in designing and making made to measure bridal gowns, evening wear and corsetry. We love unusual requests and designing the alternative to the norm.
yellow dress credit Emma Case
No 9 Bridal www.no9bridalcouture.com
We Provides a range of bespoke services to suit all tastes and requirements and believes there is no such thing as a standard gown. Every gown we create is as individual and unique as the bride wearing it. Our designs range from vintage and classic to modern and contemporary.
Sabina Motasem www.motasem.co.uk
Offering luxuriously understated elegant wedding and cocktail dresses inspired by a bygone age with a quirky contemporary twist
Fur Coat no Knickers www.furcoatnoknickers.co.uk
A relaxed Boutique full of gorgeous vintage wedding dresses that we can customise and fit to your size and taste. A place where you could have your very own version of your dream dress made using fabric of our choice, a mix of styles.
Ian Stuart www.ianstuart-bride.com
So there is my selection of 50s style wedding dresses. I hope you found it useful and if you are currently looking for a 50s style dress I hope it gave you some ideas. Do let me know which one you like the most.