The new affordable bridal line for unconventional brides

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  • Here comes the bride…

    By Dani Kleinman

    With a certain royal couple only a month away from walking down the aisle, we definitely have weddings on the brain. From Meghan Markle inspired gowns to the best princess dresses around, it’s easy to feel like brides to be have all the royal inspo they could possibly need. The thing is, what if you’re planning a wedding of your very own and you’re not a bride out of the Kate or Meghan mould?

    From high street to high end, there are plenty of ball gowns and figure hugging lace numbers on the market, but it can be a little trickier for a bride who’s not keen to go the traditional route. After all, the look you wear on your big day should still be a reflection of who you are and your day-to-day style – albeit in an elevated way. So, if you’re interested in making a sartorial statement in an edgier number or would love to forgo a dress altogether, we have your new hero bridal line.

    With the debut of their new line Pearly Whites, East London brand Mother of Pearl is bringing the striking exaggerated silhouettes of their RTW pieces to bridal. Launching Friday April 6th, the collection includes billowing white blouse and trouser separates appropriate for a jaunt down the aisle, as well as chic dresses in a midi length not oft seen in wedding dresses. Expect ruched silks, satins, and oversized pearl detailing all for under £1,000.00.

    The best part? You can feel pretty great about investing in a wedding look from Pearly Whites, as the materials for each piece are organic and ethically sourced. Creative director Amy Powney had her own wedding last year, and was inspired to make sure that other women felt confident in the knowledge that their look was socially responsible.

    Time to shop their site for that special number…

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