Anthropologies Bridal Line—BHLDN (VII)
Looking for a dress that lives up to your level of sass? Then we recommend this little firecracker, made of lustrous-yet-slubby silk dupioni in the most covetable shade of buttercream. Designed just for us with a pleated bodice, swirling pinwheel appliques and countless layers of tulle. Interior corset with light boning and bust cups.
Imagine appearing at the top of the aisle in countless bias-cut pleats. Dancing for hours in a near-weightless cloud of cotton-silk. Dashing out the door, with just a bit of train trailing behind you. Nipped at the waist with a band of silk, this gown is fitted through the thigh to flatter slim and curvy figures alike. Interior corset with light boning and bust cups. Finger loop at hem.
Sheer neck detailing, a scalloped hem, keyhole back, and allover lace give Tracy Reese’s A-line its irresistible punch.
At once structured and freeform, seemingly infinite layers of asymmetrical wisps spill below a structured bodice. Over 15 meters of fluid silk chiffon clothe its tulle petticoat, giving this Catherine Deane gown a soft, voluminous feel. Falls to the floor. Underwire bust cups.
Drops of pigment on wet parchment create the poppies that populate Beth Bowley’s structured sheath. Clean and simple from the front, subtly detailed from the back – a small bow rests atop a cut-out near the neck’s nape.
We so admired this vintage-inspired silhouette from Tracy Reese that she resurrected it from her design archives just for us. Crafted of striped and polka-dotted silk with a ruffled peplum and flutter sleeves, it’s a timeless choice for bridesmaids and guests alike.