You can finally take your dream wedding dress from Pinterest board to real life, thanks to the newest Grace Loves Lace collection.
This Australian label may already be on your radar, as they landed the coveted spot of “The World’s Most Pinned Wedding Dress” in 2016. The notorious number, The Hollie, features a fitted spaghetti strap lace dress, with a layered translucent skirt on top.
While this gown has unsurprisingly sold out worldwide, the brand's latest compilation, the ICON collection, can similarly satisfy your bohemian bridal needs. The 2018 ready-to-wear line, which just launched on the brand's website last month, features a series of figure-flattering full skirts, delicate armbands, and three-dimensional hyper-textured fabrics, all made within the label's Australia studio.
Grace Loves Lace has already made a name for itself as a brand that encourages comfort and fluidity, and this collection is no different. "The notion that wild women should not be tamed is the very reason we refuse to hold them back with restrictive, rigid elements like boning, corseting and heavy fabrics," says Founder and Creative Director Megan Ziems.
According to Ziems, the overall theme for this assortment of bridal looks was initially inspired by famous rebellious, iconic women, including the Peter Lindbergh-era '90s supermodels, in order to appeal to a modern bride.
"The collection first and foremost celebrates self- expression as a form of personal freedom," says Ziems. "Our dresses are an extension of a woman’s substance—they make you FEEL something." Each look challenges the traditional stigma of what it means to be a "bride," focusing instead on the independent women sporting the gowns. "We design for women with a strong sense of self," Ziems added.
The line even allows brides to go the whole nine yards, going beyond just the gown and offering veils, a faux fur jacket, and a silk shirt that's perfect for all pre-wedding beauty prep with your 'maids on the big day. Brides also have the option to customize certain components on select gowns, like the train length and lining color. All pieces are priced between $220 and $3,200, and sizes range from XXS-XL.
Check out some of our favorite picks from the ICON collection below, and shop the full series on the Grace Loves Lace website. We have a feeling you'll love them all equally, but snag any that has potential to be The One ASAP—you never know which gown(s) might gain worldwide, in-demand Pinterest fame next.