British Fashion Brand, RIXO, Launches Their First Bridal Collection

A look into the vintage-inspired, 26-piece line.

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Calling all brides, we have some exciting news for you! British fashion label, RIXO, officially debuted their first bridal collection!

Co-founders Henrietta Rix and Orlagh McCloskey intricately designed the vintage-inspired, 26-piece collection, with "individualism at its core." "Over the last five and a half years of RIXO, we have been lucky enough to have so many brides, bridesmaids, and wedding guests choose our brand for their big day. This really inspired us to make a dedicated bridal collection," Rix told Brides. "We have spent over a year perfecting the fabric and fit, and have spent a lot of time researching–visiting all of our favorite vintage stores, and discovering so many beautiful design elements that have the power to transcend time." 

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Bianca Jagger was a huge inspiration, especially with the tailored separates. For us, she is the epitome of 70’s style.

It's clear that each look caters to brides of all styles–from long gowns, to modern lace, to feathered dresses. But, which look is their favorite? "There are too many to choose from!" says McCloskey. "My favorite piece (today!) would be the Clementine. I adore the champagne tone and the silk button detail–it’s a timeless, seasonless piece that will look amazing on so many people." We agree, and we're also in love with the Skye slip...but really, we love each and every dress. 

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Courtesy of RIXO

The collection offers a range of prices, starting at $400 and going up to $2,000. RIXO also provides virtual one-on-one appointments with their bridal specialists, to help brides choose the right dress for their nuptials.

"We are so excited to have RIXO’s very own bridal specialist join the team. Shopping for a bridal look requires attention and detail from someone with lots of experience in the industry," says Rix. Originally the design duo planned to open a bridal boutique in London, but their plans were delayed given the stay-at-home restrictions. While a boutique is still on the horizon, brides can take advantage of this online service–a highly bespoke experience that will help you decide on the fabric, fit, and shade of the look you want.

The collection is now available to shop on their website. Go ahead and take a look, you'll be happy you did!

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