Anthropologies Bridal Line—BHLDN (IV)
Ivory organza is meticulously cut and embroidered into a floral fantasy, finished off with a curved hem to frame your prized pair of shoes.
Decadently rich, four-ply crepe de chine drapes, hugs, and cinches in all the right places to create this sashed and cap-sleeved BHLDN original. Effortless and classic, it’s simple, feminine silhouette hints at mid-century glamour, while the color blocking at its peach-dipped hem lends a modern twist.
From its retro sweetheart neckline, to its luxe silk charmeuse halter and sash, to its elegant column skirt, Catherine Deane’s gorgeous creation is a fresh update to classic styling that recalls the sirens of Old Hollywood. Removable sash.
A pale blush slip sits beneath a wonderland of shimmering sequins and swaying garlands of metallic embroidery, perfectly setting the stage for your otherworldly day.
The epitome of effortless poise, Va Et Vien’s goddess-infused creation is draped and ruched into a universally flattering fit-and-flare column.
Tiers of fine fringe, sheer floral lace, and a fitted column silhouette come together beautifully in a showstopper of a dress by Tracy Reese.
Bands of antique-inspired lace adorn fluttering sleeves and a wide, scooping neckline before gliding down a fit-and-flare silhouette to a curved and layered hem; a silk satin sash cinches. Underneath, find a full petticoat made of staggered tiers of cotton tulle.
Luminous currents of liquid silk spill down the back of Delphine Manivet’s perfectly polished, body-skimming creation.