If there’s one thing we know about the Nouba bride, its that she likes things a little unexpected. This month we have five unique bridal looks to satisfy those non-bridal feels, from ultra modern, to retro bohemia… and a little pretty thrown in for good measure.
We only show you designs that are either available in Australia or able to be shipped. All the prices here are in Australian dollars unless otherwise noted. Five dresses not enough? Be sure to check out our previous picks or hit us up on Pinterest.
When it comes to marrying contemporary style with old world aesthetic, we can always rely on local label Thurley to bring the goods. The Garden of Eden Dress pairs a modern midriff cutout with vintage-inspired lace and a sweet, tea-length hem.
Price $599 / From The Iconic
For a dress that is guaranteed not to be forgotten, Alice McCall’s Burning Love Dress is a jaw drop waiting to happen. Featuring well place cut outs and intricate lace work, this dress is complimented with classic long slim sleeves, a high round neckline and open key hole back detail.
Price $490 / From Alice McCall
With a slim-fitting bodice that nips in at the waist and a full, floor-sweeping tulle skirt, this exquisite blush wedding dress by Needle & Thread is designed to show off your figure. Intricate hand-beading adds another level to this chic, feminine gown.
Price $338 / From Net-a-Porter
Jumpsuits are making a heck of a resurgence as an alternative to the dress and Stone Cold Fox are upping the retro anti with this wide-leg crochet number. Made in Los Angeles for Free People, it features a delicate high neck with a low scoop back and scalloped trim.
Price $642 / From Free People
Modern, elegant and just plain hot, Reformation’s Noelle Dress is stunning in its simplicity. The silk backless maxi dress has spaghetti strap detailing and a fitted bodice with a full, entirely swishable skirt.
Price $588 (USD) / From Reformation