Sasha Finds: Bohemian Bride
Hi Sasha, I have kind of an urgent bridal request on behalf of my sister. I know you don’t like to give wedding dress suggestions but we just need to be sent in the right direction. We’ve tried etsy with no success. Can you recommend some designers or websites with a bohemian feel.
You’re killing me - you know that, right? Okay, but I’m serious, this is the last time I’m doing a wedding dress hunt so D, let's make this good.
Kelsey Genna just landed on my style radar and D, if your sis is looking for bohemian modernity she’s going to freak the f-ck out when she scans through this site.
Another down under designer is Grace Loves Lace. It’s a haute hippie’s dream, but the standout from the collection in my opinion is this Ariel gown. And at just under a grand she can also afford to splurge on a beautiful headpiece to top off the look. (You know I love Jennifer Behr for that.)
If she's going for that ethereal Florence Welch vibe then lace! lace! lace! For that look no further than Claire Pettibone. From long sleeves to plunging necklines the collection is a paradise of pretty perfection.
Had I known Temperley of London made wedding gowns I would’ve never looked anywhere else for my big day. Good god this sh-t is gorgeous. I’m torn between the Bluebell and the Kaityln style. What's your favorite?
Lastly, no one does boho better than Free People. So of course it only makes sense they made the fashion foray into the bridal biz. Nothing is up on their site yet but Refinery 29 has a sneak peek.
There you have it! Hope your sister finds some inspiration! Send me pictures!
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