How to rock the 1970's trend with Belle & Bunty
Luxurious and sexy, we’re in love with Belle & Bunty’s Seventies inspired collection of flirty and feminine gowns.
If you want to channel a little Studio 54 for your big day, Belle & Bunty have created a stunning range of ‘70’s disco inspired dresses – think gowns designed with ultra-feminine vintage styling and slinky silhouettes for a grown-up take on retro glam. Highlights from the collection include The Delilah Dungaree a super cute wide-leg silk satin all-in-one and we love The Petal dress with a delicate low draped back.
If the thought of a bright white wedding dress doesn’t excite, how about a pretty pastel shade in blush pink? This colour of the moment is everywhere right now and for a good reason – is just so gorgeous. The warm tone suits nearly every skintone and it’s the perfect way to subtly switch up a trad gown. The London designers have introduced Rose – a new fresh pale peachy pink colour, inspired by the Fashions love of all things blush.
All Belle & Bunty Bridal styles are Made in London using 100% silk fabrics and the best quality laces & crochets. The collection ranges from £1200 to £3000 and is available now from the flagship Belle & Bunty boutique in London and select stockists across the UK and Internationally.
See our favourite pieces here.
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