If you’re not familiar with House of CB, the brand has been delivering luxury fashion for a price tag that’s slightly more affordable since 2010. It’s figure-hugging clothing has made celebrities like Beyonce, Gigi Hadid, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, and the Kardashians fans while simultaneously attracting non-celebrity customers who want to dress like the stars. Well, the London-based retailer just released a bridal collection worthy of some light paparazzi stalking with gowns starting at $524.
Think lots of draping, corsets, cowl necks, off-the-shoulder sleeves and a wrap dress style that even DVF would be proud of. Plus, the different silhouettes are made for a variety of body types with sizes ranging from XS to XL. There’s truly a style for an array of brides and budgets. Prices for the ten look collection range from $524 to $974—a fraction of what designer gowns run for without compromising quality.
If you’re the type of bride who knows the difference from egg shell and alabaster, the hue of choice for House of CB’s satin dress collection is Pantone Pearled Ivory (11-0907). You’re welcome.
Fall in love with all the styles from House of CB's very first bridal collection below.
The "Delphine" dress basically offers two looks for the price of one. The Duchesse satin straps can sit on top of the shoulders or delicately drape off the shoulders—no need for a second wedding dress here!
Inspired by Hollywood glamour? This strapless gown has all the red carpet prestige a bride needs on her wedding day. With the corseted bodice, cinched details and draped skirt, this satin number is equal parts sophisticated and sexy.
Fans of fit-and-flare silhouettes, look no further. Here, the beloved style is made ultra-feminine with a balconette bodice and Duchesse satin.
Made for modern brides still looking to make a statement, the "Gigi" gown features a plunging V-neckline and extreme front slit. The thin straps are also crossed in the back for added detail.
A sheath with structure, you'll love the fit of this dress. The corset-lined bodice gives the gown definition while the straight skirt adds comfort.
Our favorite detail about this gown (besides the price!) is the sculptural neckline, which adds drama to the strapless look.
Similar to the "Ines" dress, "Antoinette" offers nearly the same look but with off-the-shoulder straps and more of a figure-hugging skirt.
Who doesn't love an open back dress? This cowl neck number is the most romantic of the collection. Plus, the skirt leads into a sweeping train—perfect for your walk down the aisle!
Scoop neck, mermaid skirt, corset bodice–what's not to like about this wedding dress? It has all the elements of a classic bridal gown but with a modern twist.