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The Best High Street Wedding Dresses

It’s undoubtedly the biggest sartorial decision of all. The moment your loved one steps down on one knee and presents you with the most lifechanging question in existence, who can blame you when your mind instantaneously poses the dilemma, what on earth do I wear on the big day?

And this season, the high street is our unlikely saviour. Go-to favourites Topshop and Whistles have well and truly delivered on the fashion front.

Expect lace jumpsuits, sorbet tulle and cold-shoulder dresses aplenty. Yes, that’s right. We’re coveting high street wedding attire this season.

Brides-to-be, take note as we round up the latest ‘It’ dresses as they drop:


Renowned for their minimal aesthetic and could-be designer pieces, Whistles is a must for city girls. And last month, the brand launched a seven-piece wedding collection.

Think sheer tulle, embroidered ruffles and cold-shoulder lace. There’s even a flared jumpsuit for those wishing to opt out of the traditional nuptial dress. Prices range from £499 to £699.

The dresses are available online or in the brand’s London flagship store at St Christopher’s Place W1.


When we first learnt that our go-to high street store was launching a bridal line, we couldn’t believe our luck. This April, Topshop will debut a five-piece range of wedding dresses starting at £350.

And bridesmaids needn’t feel left out, as 25 dresses will also be available to shop, starting from £85.

The bridal collection launches online and in select stores on 13 April, 2017.

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Our favourite online retailer, ASOS, has finally answered our prayers. Though we don’t recommend last minute wedding dress shopping, the brand will no doubt come to your rescue if you have any plans of eloping. Just think of the speedy delivery.

And there is well and truly something for everyone. Cool city girls can opt for the t-shirt maxi dress or skater number while those seeking traditional dress can choose a step-hem gown. The company also offer plus-sized wedding dresses from the ‘Curve’ collection. Our favourite? We have our hearts set on the long-sleeved lace gown.