Bridal Gown

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Needle and Thread Dresses plus Accessories Featuring Tulle and Sequins

Needle and Thread dresses, We LOVE them. We see lots of gorgeous fashion coming through Rock My Towers on a daily basis. We’re lucky to work in an incredibly creative industry where we have fantastic suppliers, such as those on our handpicked supplier directory, The List, coming out of our ears. But there is nothing quite like the squeal you might hear when the team are eyeing up Needle and Thread dresses.

As of today, Needle and Thread are one of our approved suppliers on The List, and so to celebrate we’re sharing with you the new A/W ’19 collection ‘Fallen for You’.  Needle and Thread dresses are known for being exquisite, incredibly crafted with feminine embellishment and this new collection is the perfect example of that.

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Emma Beaumont Wedding Dress Collection for the Stylish Bride

Calling all stylish brides, this absolutely exquisite Emma Beaumont bridal collection is for you. There are pockets! Yep, you heard me right, pockets! Sexy front splits, long sleeves, and dreamy lace and applique designs. Not to mention the undivided attention from bridal designer Emma who will guide you through the whole process when choosing your gown. Now if only we could do it all again…

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The Enchanted April Collection For 2019 From Naomi Neoh

Naomi Neoh is a designer we love here at Rock My Wedding. Her beautiful dresses are so fluid, romantic and feminine, and she always uses the most incredible fabrics. This collection, The Enchanted April collection, is my favourite yet. The gowns are so elegant, but with a modern cut and simplicity that really shines through and it’s such a pleasure to bring you the exclusive on this.

Not only are the dresses utterly stunning, but this has to be the prettiest shoot for a designer collection I’ve ever seen. Naomi’s team have created utter beauty and I have a feeling you’re going to be as inspired by the images shot at The Lost Orangery as you are by the dresses. But with Adam & Grace Photographers and Sophia Veres behind the lens, the result was always going to be perfection.

Let us know which gowns you’re loving, and to find out where you can find the collection, all of the trunk show and stockist details are in the post…

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The Wild Heart Collection From Rue De Seine

I remember the first Rue De Seine bride we blogged. It was the gorgeous Tessa and I’d never seen a dress like it. Since then Rue De Seine have gone from strength to strength, with a global presence in bridal boutiques, huge instagram following and it-girl status when it comes to dressing brides. Their customers are stylish, bohemian goddesses who absolutely own their gowns.

It’s a real pleasure to share the UK exclusive of Rue De Seine’s latest collection today. Wild Heart encompasses everything we know and love about the brand, true to their New Zealand roots, authentic to their house style, while always channelling a wanderlust filled, free spirited vibe, I have a feeling you’re going to love these dresses…

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Minimal & Modern Bridalwear From Designer Charlie Brear

Charlie Brear is a designer whose experience and creativity shines through in everything she does. Today we’re sharing her gorgeous new collection of minimal bridalwear, Day For Night. This collection is definitely for the stylish brides out there, who want their wedding dress to be sleek, elegant and fashion forward. Sound like your thing? Read on for my interview with Charlie, for more pictures of gorgeous CB bride Jessie, who looked utterly gorgeous in her wedding gown and the campaign images for Day For Night. I have a feeling you’re going to love these dresses…

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Ugo Zaldi… for the Modern Bride.

Quite some time ago now we got an email from Ugo Zaldi and it was one of those emails that made me call Charlotte straight away and say Look… just LOOK at those dresses!

You like? We Love.

One of the things we are always on the look out for here at RMW are new designers with gorgeous gowns and decent prices. Funny thing is, they don’t often come together, but here they are. Ugo Zaldi isn’t exactly ‘cheap’ but we reckon the gowns are pretty good value at between 600 and 1800 Euro’s and super stylish at that!

Channeling the embellishment of Temperley and the modern lines of Wakeley, the collection has a little something for every woman. Overall the collection is floaty, feminine and there’s a lot of luscious layering.

Fancy yourself as a bit of a Goddess on your wedding day? Looking for some serious drape appeal? These gorgeous goddess gowns make a flowing fashion statement.

Whether you’re looking for something soft and pretty for a rustic affair or a chic exercise in glamorous gathering more befitting a modern and stylish soiree, the collection has drapes and bows covered.

However, if you thought those were good, you haven’t even clapped eyes on the piece de resistence, Ugo Zaldi’s collection of super chic and sexy short dresses….

With characteristic French flair, the designer has a variety of short numbers to suit every occasion, a city civil, fashion forward bride, or a party frock to dance the night away in!

Oooh la la. Seriously hot.

It is such a breath of fresh air to see a designer give so much of their design time and skills to shorter numbers, something we so often see as a bit of an after thought. And given the reasonable pricing, having a second dress might not have to be such a luxury splurge after all. Good news all round then?!

So. If you’re looking for outright glamorama or feminine florals and pretty, there’s something for everyone. Stocked throughout the country at 28 boutiques, thats another refreshing change – style that isn’t limited to the capital!

There’s so much choice on display here I can’t even chose a favourite, although the first image has to be my front runner for it’s outrageously floaty flounces and vintage couture-look gathered bodice.

So now it’s time to hear your verdict… see anything you like here or will you be seeking out an Ugo Zaldi stockist in your quest for bridal style perfection?

Yours Truly,