We love nothing more than looking back at wedding dresses from the past and dresses from the present. Reflecting on the fashion history of wedding dresses and seeing how they influence our choices today. There have been some seriously stylish brides and here are our top 10.
Princess Charlene of Monaco – Off white, couture dress made from 50 meters of silk duchess satin and 80 meters of silk organza. Created and designed by Giorgio Armani.
Bianca Jagger – Perfectly tailored white suit jacket wearing nothing underneath, with floating skirt and large veiled sun hat. Super chic design by Yves Saint Laurent.
Mia Farrow – A super sweet 2 piece. The epitome of 60’s mod style.
Grace Kelly – Probably the most iconi dress of all time, designed and made by costume designer Helen Rose.
Wallace Simpson – When she married Edward, Duke of Windsor she wore a waisted dress created by Mainbocher in what was termed as her signature colour of “Wallis blue” reportedly to match her eyes.
Poppy Delevingne – Embelished bespoke Chanel gown with 3D flowers by Karl Lagerfield.
Ciara – Custom made, lace bell sleeve Robert Cavalli dress designed exclusively by creative director Peter Dundas
Whitney Port – A one off piece by Lebanese designer Ashi.
Solange Knowles – Stunning floor length dress and coat designed and made by Humberto Leon for Kenzo. Accessoried with thick gold cuffs.
Megan Markle – A very current dress added to the list is that of the Duchess of Sussex. Effortless, bateau necked, satin gown designed and created by Clare Waight Keller of Givenchy.
The Noble and Wright Team xx