Oh internet you are filled with wondrous little corners and our favourite place and space of the moment is free people and we have a few alternative wedding gown finds that we think are rather super fine.
So, let’s Get Free People! with this selection of alternative wedding dresses
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It’s the fairy lights that got us! We are doing a big ass switswoo over all of these lovely dresses – it’s making our Italian widow inspired mille feuille of black seem super miserable, we want to be skipping around the office clad in this here fine wedding raiment.
And the who is the couture queen responsible for all of this well it is the awesome Shani Blumfeld – so these are a few of our most favourite wedding dress things!
Cop a load of ALL that gorgeous detail, you have to walk down the aisle backwards in this is beautiful Japanese inspired dress. by Studio Enshi.
Studio Enshi shared:Each dress in this collection is inspired by a Japanese flower and features a signature Japanese floral tsumami zaiku, a traditional handcraft originating in the Edo period (about 200 years ago) made from small, square-cut pieces of cloth that is pinched and folded with tweezers.
The ornate and delicate detailing gives this modern collection a touch of luxuriance but with a traditional twist, infused with tradition and symbolism that adds to the couple’s unique story and history.
If you want to go ahead with your bad wedding self and order this dress, than hop on this here link. For more dress inspiration don’t forget to check out The Show, the Beyond Beyond Fashion channel.
And for photography that has a touch of Japan check out the Japanese Garden engagement shoot that we featured on this here blog yesterday.
For now… Sayonara!
We are in a Leanne Marshall kind of afternoon. It is all about be-ewwww-diful gowns in all their wedding glory. Up in a land Beyond Beyond we are lopping heads off pictures and playing screen dress up.
Whaddya mean that sounds crazy it is innovative thinking at its finest better and quicker than a changing room. So, would you like to see what we like? Well, dear lovers – here are a few of our favourite dress things!