When Fran and Katie launched their collection for Bridesmaids, I knew they'd take the wedding world by storm. Talented, driven, stylish and just really lovely people, they've gone from strength to strength over the years, now dressing bridesmaids across the world in their signature styles. If you've yet to discover Rewritten, then you're in for a treat. Every style is so wearable, flattering and elegant in a contemporary way, and the girls always totally nail the colour options. Today I'm really excited to share with you gorgeous new style 'Seville' - an elegant, floor length gown with cape-like sleeve details that drape to perfection and finish with a bow at the shoulder. The 'Seville' comes in the usual Rewritten shades as well as brand new colours Ink and Forest, a dark and delicious navy black hue and a rich and vibrant green...
Fran at Rewritten: After overwhelming feedback we are launching our new Forest Green and Ink colour ways - Forest Green is a jewel toned emerald green which will look fantastic both for summer and winter weddings and our Ink is a delicious warm navy hue which is universally flattering on any skin tone. Both Forest green and Ink are available in our Vienna, Mykonos and Florence styles. In addition we are really excited to unveil our new Seville dress - named after the beautiful Moorish Andalusian city in Spain - famed for it’s abundance of orange trees and the jaw droppingly beautiful Palace (where all scenes for Game of Thrones fictional location Dorne were filmed), a city that Katie and I fell in love with when we visited last year. The Seville features a sweeping train, dramatic shoulder ties and a flattering a-line cut with v front and back neckline and is available in all of our colours - Marine, Oyster, Concrete, Chianti, Bluebell and the new Forest and Ink. The Seville retails for £170.
You can shop Rewritten dresses online, or book an appointment at the London showroom here. For stockists around the UK (and the world) see the Rewritten website.

Written by Fern Godfrey

Bridesmaids Dresses: Rewritten
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