Weddings and Honeymoons

Q&A with Dress Me Pretty Boutique

Pick your best dress

We asked Amy Mann of top bridal boutique Dress Me Pretty to choose her favourite styles to suit four very specific brides, hopefully you can take some inspiration as she pairs the best dresses with these bride's favourite styles.

Whether you're into trendy, alternative, or traditional, in this article we have a mix of everything for you to choose from.

 

1. The Fashionista

Essense of Australia’s Arlo is a great dress for the fashionista bride – we call this dress All Who Wander in the boutique. The graphic laces of this design are big, bold and striking. The braided straps and tassel detail along with the breathtaking open back really set Arlo apart, because why be the same as everyone else? Opt for a unique style like this one to be a bride who stands out!

 

2. The Destination Bride

Valentina, by Martina Liana also for Essense of Australia, is perfect for a destination wedding. She features an artful mix of sequined and beaded tulle and the skirt is lush and full of movement. This wedding dress is a show-stopping number, why fit in when you were born to stand out? 

 

3. The Princess

Martina Liana’s Kate is fit for a princess and her detailing is sublime. Utterly romantic with fiercely floral 3D florals. Tulle elements take the organic nature of this design to stunning new heights. If you're going to be a princess for the day, do it with class. Such a stunning dress, how could we not say "I do" to this wedding dress

 

4. English Rose

Our classic British dress is our Nikita from Stella York… The royal in you will shine in this simple yet classic matte Mikado ballgown. With button detail the length of the full train it's the perfect combination of classic with a modern twist. Would you opt for this style of dress for your wedding?

 

Amy Mann

 

Dress Me Pretty is a beautiful multi-award-winning boutique in Hinckley in Leicestershire.

dressmepretty.co.uk

@dressmeprettybridalroom

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