A preview of the stylish, affordable Autumn/Winter 2016 Needle and Thread bridal collection featuring heavily hand-beaded details, glamorous gowns and playful separates for fashion forward brides.
I’m sure you’re already familiar with Needle & Thread for their stylish and embellished occasion-wear dresses, but after their first foray into bridal in late 2015 they are soon to release their newest bridal collection for AUTUMN/WINTER 2016 bridal collection and I wanted to give you a bit of a preview!
I was able to see the dresses in person, and hear from Founder and Creative Director (and all round lovely and inspiring lady Hannah Coffin) about her design process and this collection doesn’t disappoint for fashion forward and modern brides.
Victorian Button Gown (£850) | Ombre Insert Gown (£750) | Deconstructed Lace Gown (£650) | Heritage Jersey Top (£115), Iridescent Floral Maxi Skirt (£450) | Victorian Lace Top (£200), Lace Tulle Maxi Skirt (£170) | Victorian Lace Dress (£450) | Silver Scallop Maxi Dress (£275) | Silver Scallop Cape (£225) | Ballet Cape (£125), Coppelia Ballet Dress (£130)
The Needle and Thread bridal collection features the signature hand-beaded and embellished designs with long figure hugging silhouettes as well as shorter more playful dresses and my favourite, the bridal separate of skirts and tops. The collection also features the feminine and relaxed Deconstructed Lace Gown for the boho brides out there. My personal favourite is the beautiful Iridescent Floral Maxi Skirt with delicate 3D floral detailing which I think would be utterly perfect for a Spring bride!
With most of the collection coming in at under £1,000 it’s certainly an affordable option for brides on a tighter budget and will be available from June online at BHLDN and NET-A-PORTER so super easy to order online!
Perfect for brides who are planning a wedding in a short timescale but I think they’ll also suit those looking for a second dress for the evening or maybe a dress for an elopement or city ceremony.
What do you think? Would you be brave enough to buy your dress online?