You and your soon-to-be spouse are living, breathing proof that love stories aren't just the stuff of fiction and storybooks. So a wedding dress seemingly straight out of a storybook sounds like just the thing in which to say "I do." And the glittering gowns hailing from Needle & Thread's new Autumn/Winter 2017 bridal collection certainly fit the beautiful bill.
British occasionwear brand Needle & Thread is known for their exquisitely-embellished pieces, stunningly sparkly dresses, and sugar-plum-hued tulle frocks. Now, the brand is rewriting the story on bridal with the release of their Autumn/Winter 2017 wedding dress collection this September. As at home in a turn-of-the-century romance novel as they would be walking down the modern-day aisle, these wedding dresses amp up the romance with layers of tiered tulle, shimmering sequins, and expert embroidery. In short, these frocks feel like a love story personified.
The collection, inspired by the works of Danish painter P.S Kroyer and his wife Marie Kroyer, features whimsical hues (think dusty blues, dove greys, and soft pinks) for a fresh feel, paired with endless vintage-inspired frills. Beaded floral details add a dose of femininity; and delicate straps and sheer fluted sleeves are flawless finishing touches.
We dare you not to fall head-over-heels with Needle & Thread's new Marie gown—a dress crafted out of elegant, antique-inspired lace, beautiful beadwork, and layers of touchable tulle.
The Pearlescent gown is equally dreamy and uniquely breathtaking. Fully embellished in hand-sewn silver-cut beads, the semi-illusion bodice features a Victorian high neckline, with the rest of the silhouette covered in soft tulle frills.
And the unforgettable Roses gown is the dream dress of an English countryside bride with its beaded floral motif.
Retailing from £250 (~$326) to £1250 (~$1,630), you can make Needle & Thread's timeless wedding dresses a part of your own love story when the collection launches this September from from the brand's flagship online store NeedleandThread.com, Net-A-Porter, and Harrods.