Cheshire Life - - Wedding Special -

Swap­ping your cer­e­mony gown for a more dance-floor friendly op­tion later in the evening, is be­com­ing more com­mon. How­ever, if your bud­get won’t al­low for a sec­ond dress then con­sider a dress with de­tach­able el­e­ments to change up the look for late into the night. A re­mov­able skirt or train takes a bride from day­time princess to danc­ing queen. Other el­e­ments that can be eas­ily changed or lost for an easy up­date

in­clude sleeves, belts and bows.

Eva is a hal­ter-neck gown with de­con­structed corded lace bodice and slim crepe skirt, £2,495, from Sassi Hol­ford. It is worn here with the Josephine tulle over­skirt, £395, sas­si­hol­ford.com

Tulle and chif­fon cre­ate a sheath sil­hou­ette in this gown by Stella York (style 6810) with de­tach­able off-the shoul­der flut­ter sleeves, £1,499, es­sensedesig­ns.com/stella-york

Livia by Suzanne Neville is a strap­less A-line zi­beline gown with de­tach­able lace top, from £3,525, suzannenev­ille.com

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.