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I showed you the beautiful Minna dresses back in February, and now that summer is around the corner, I wanted to show you its sister company, Indiebride, with its gorgeous selection of short bridal dresses, separate tops and floaty skirts, all retailing between £190 and £650. Which is a total bargain for bridal.
This range is aimed at the bride-to-be with a budget, and one who doesn’t want to look overly bridal, but instead to buy an outfit that they can wear again. It’s also great for those who find wedding dresses faffy, and Indiebride says, “made from the same high quality fabrics (as Minna) and manufactured in London, this range is designed so that brides can confidently buy the range online without complicated fittings.” Indiebride has a much more laid back and breezy feel.
Part of the Indiebride range is also the Limited Edition Bridal collection, made from end of the roll/discontinued high quality fabrics. There’s only a limited number of dresses available in this collection because of the limited fabric stock available, so this will give you more uniqueness than a high street option. And they also have some gorgeous evening dresses made from luxurious silk, printed and sustainable fabrics. Another option right there to be non-bridal!

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The Ethos of Indiebride

The team behind the label told me:
“Over the years, we have noticed that all brides looking for less bridal, shorter style dresses have something in common: they want a dress that complements their own style, and they say ‘I just want a dress that makes me look amazing and not too much of a bride,’ and they want to wear the dress beyond their big day. This range is designed for them. With our selection of over 60 items, there is something for every budget, shape and size. Most items are available in maxi length for some extra charge, and our turnaround times are only between 4-6 weeks.”

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