Savannah Miller’s new wedding dress collection is every boho bride’s dream

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  • This is what cool brides will be wearing down the aisle this year.

    Words by Penny Goldstone

    Let’s face it, who hasn’t been to a boho wedding or 10 in the past year alone?

    When it comes to having the perfect laid-back indie wedding, it can be tricky standing out from the crowd, especially when it comes to the most important part of the day: the wedding dress (you know, aside from the whole marrying the love of your life thing).

    But boho princesses, rejoice: Savannah Miller is coming to the rescue. Hot off the success of her collaboration with Stone Fox Bride back in 2015, the fashion designer has finally launched her eponymous bridal collection, and it’s every bit as cool as you’d expect.

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    The 10-piece line is heavily inspired by the 38-year-old’s bohemian upbringing, as well as her love of vintage.

    Speaking in the latest issue of Brides, she said, “The whole collection was inspired by my bohemian, English upbringing. I remember hazy summer days spent playing in cornfields and daydreaming in the country.

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    When I think back to that time, it takes on an ethereal glow in my head. It’s this whimsical, vintage felling that I wanted to re-create.”

    Although whimsical and vintage are the running theme of the line, there’s definitely something for every bride, boho or not.

    City brides need look no further than the tara dress, a slinky fitted number or the Diana suit, while more adventurous brides will love the Studio 54 vibe of the Willow jumpsuit.

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    Meanwhile, the ruffle sleeve Sumner cardigan and 1940s-inspired Anna gown will satisfy the most hardcore of vintage fans.

    But if trad is more up your street, then the Lola, with its lace sleeves, is the one for you.

    Savannah Miller Bridal gowns are priced between £1,000 and £3,395, for more info on stockists, visit the designer’s website.

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