Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Wearing vintage for your wedding...

When it comes to The Big Day, sartorial decisions are the focus of almost every bride and the choices can be overwhelming. Online wedding boutique Ruby & Diva condense the best dresses into their weekly blog, and we're proud to say that Juno Says Hello was featured on their latest edition. To read the post in full click here

Bridalwear was never a focus of Juno Says Hello until we realized that more and more brides wanted to wear vintage as an alternative to the traditional big white dress. One of our most popular blogs was about vintage and vintage-inspired wedding dress designs... you can read it here

We recently acquired a wedding dress dated from 1927, in unbelievably good condition with no flaws: 



This dress will be uploaded to the online boutique very soon. If you want to make an appointment in our Kings Cross studio to try it on, please get in touch via this link.

Here are a few new additions to the boutique that would look fantastic as alternative wedding dresses. 

1960s Audrey Gown - click here to view online 

1960s Wanda Gown - click here to view online

1950s Bernetti Dress - click here to view online

Here is a behind-the-scenes snap of our model Nora Mixova wearing the Bernetti dress at our shoot with Dani Riot last month: 


For a more informal or city wedding, short dresses can look beautiful:

1960s Lace Shift - click here to view online 

We also have a stunning 1960s pale pink shift with embellished bodice (modern UK size 14-16), uploaded to the boutique very soon. Please get in touch if you would like to come in and try it on.


Earlier this year Valentino created a beautiful floral-printed maxi gown for their couture collection:


We have something very similar in stock at the moment: 

Click here to view in our online boutique 

Over the last three years we have sold several beautiful vintage gowns to brides, including this 1930s silk dress: 


Finally, we have an original 1920s ostrich feather cape in stock that would be a perfect bridal accessory. Click here to view online.


If you have a specific vintage look in mind then I recommend Love My Dress, a superb vintage wedding blog with links to all sorts of suppliers. 


'Grow old along with me... The best is yet to be'

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