Vintage, romantic, trains, luxe fabrics, strapless, one-shoulder, or a la Allen or Middleton, some lovely Chantilly lace sleeves, you name it, celebrity wedding dresses reach new heights of exuberance! So, how do you achieve an A-List look when choosing your wedding dress?
Designer dress rental service, Girl Meets Dress, show you how it can be done…
The dress needn’t be in white. Proof of this is in Kristen McMenamy’s elegant ensemble that’s more blush than off-white. Coupled with matching bouquet of roses, and the mother of all head-pieces, you wouldn’t expect anything less from a Chanel muse. (Karl Lagerfeld himself even accompanied her down the aisle giving the whole ‘do’ and the, of course, the dress, the style seal of approval). So, anyone that didn’t think blush was right for a wedding dress colour, think again!
Why not rent this deliciously demure Hepburn dress by Ruth Tarvydas. Hire the dress for £89. (It’s usual RRP is £550).
An asymmetric, one-shoulder gown adds a subtle hint of sexiness while a floor-length hemline will ensure the look is perfectly balanced. Go for a touch of embellishment, as found on the sumptuous Anastasia gown; there couldn’t be a more sophisticated bridal gown choice. Hire the gown for £109 (RRP: £650).
Marital bliss, we can’t guarantee, but wedding dress bliss is something we’ve got covered.
Rent designer dresses from Girl Meets Dress for numerous occasions, be it for a cocktail party, a birthday celebration, the races or a graduation ball. What’s more, for those of us with diaries full to bursting with social engagements, the girlMeets Dress membership scheme means you never have to wear the same dress again. Pay just £39 per month and get to rent any dress by any designer. And if you don’t have an event every month, you can choose to move one of your monthly rentals over to a month where you do have a busy social calendar. Recycling that fail-safe LBD will be history!