Bohemian Wedding Dresses
Boho wedding dresses, perfect for frolicking in a sun-drenched field
This Kelsey Genna wedding dress is a bohemian bride's dream. The skirt of this fitted piece has a slight flare covered in ivory tiers of silk.
An off-shoulder gown is a great way to cover up arms while showing off a great collarbone. From Temperley London's dreamy spring 2013 collection. From Temperley London's dreamy spring 2013 collection
If you're getting married in the outdoors and prefer traditional silhouettes, a dreamy A-line dress made of lightweight fabric is a great choice.
A sleek column gown from Ir de Bundo's spring 2013 collection, featuring a delicate chiffon train that dances in the wind
This breezy wedding dress from Jenny Yoo Bridal Alternatives features a v-neck criss-cross bodice with side ruching. This style is very flattering, especially on petite brides, because the v-neck and slim A-line skirt creates the illusion of height.
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This silk-charmeuse gown by Claire Pettibone is another great example of beach-worthy ball gowns. The light tulle overlay is beautifully embellished with silk-satin petals and finished with a glamorous antique-gold waistband.
If you’d rather grab a wedding dress from a high street store instead of getting fitted for a “real” wedding dress, then you’re going to love the ethereal gowns from Free People’s summer 2012 collection. The collection comes in a dreamy color palette of soft creams and whites, occasionally punctuated by eyelet, lace, and mild bohemian detailing. Plus points for being completely wearable beyond the church aisle.
Love this dress by Temperly London. I can imagine this at a garden wedding, a crown of flowers and leaves on the bride’s head.
Now this is a wedding dress I wouldn’t mind wearing over and over again. The white pleated chiffon is completely unembellished, making it easy to wear all sorts of occasions, from music festivals to museum openings.