If your style is more Talitha Getty than Princess Grace, here are six of our favorite dress lines sure to suit your carefree spirit:
1. Mara Hoffman’s Devotional Collection
Downtown it-girl favorite Mara Hoffman’s twisty tie-dyed dresses put her on the map, and she’s expanded into a bridal line aptly named the Devotional Collection. Expect plenty of texture and pattern in non-traditional silhouettes.
2. Stone Fox Bride
Purveyor of all things boho chic, this cult brand’s wedding gowns are only part of its offerings, which include on-trend flowers and cakes as well.
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3. Free People
You know your wedding dress doesn’t have to be a gown created specifically for a bride, right? Take advantage of the ready-to-wear prices and spot-on flower child style of BHLDN’s casual sister line.
4. Dreamers and Lovers
Dreamers & Lovers’ “dresses for the laid-back bride” hit the mark with a combination of vintage-inspired styling and free spirited nonchalance.
Love seeing this image on @magnoliarouge from a shoot we collab on with the talented @withoutwaxkaty @korielynn @theweekendtype | wearing our Doris gown | #wedding #weddingdress #bohemian #greenery #flowers
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5. Daughters of Simone
Just in time for this year’s ‘70s revival, Daughters of Simone’s off-the-shoulder dresses and crochet lace accents suit modern day hippie brides to a tee.
6. Sarah Seven
We’ve said this before, but it’s worth mentioning again: if you’re looking for easy elegance, Sarah Seven is the designer for you. In addition to being seriously nice, she’s launching an online boutique soon!
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