Fashion favourite Rixo has launched it’s first ever bridal collection, boasting classic wedding dresses and statement separates.
Already a firm favourite amongst fashion-forward wedding guests, Rixo has launched it’s first ever bridal collection boasting 26 vintage inspired bridal pieces fit for a modern bride. From traditional wedding dresses to contemporary tailoring and statement details, Rixo’s bridal collection combines timeless elegance with individualism at its core.
Designed by the co-founders of the British brand, Henrietta Rix and Orlagh McCloskey, each piece in the limited edition collection is created with fabric and fit as a priority. Swapping Rixo’s trademark prints, ditsy florals and bold colours, the Bridal collection’s traditional lace inserts, beautiful jacquards and delicately positioned sequins deliver stunning ivory silhouettes, fit for a sartorially-savvy bride. The bespoke minimal-crease, 100% silk material ensures each piece is made to stand the test of time.
Top Picks from Rixo’s Bridal Collection
Natalia Wedding Dress
Natalia silk dress with low back, £1,250.
Frankie Bridal Jumpsuit
Frankie silk jumpsuit, £850.
Clementine Jacquard Wedding Dress
Clementine silk jacquard maxi dress with train, £1,450.
Joan Skirt and Adeline Jacket Bridal Separates
Joan silk bias cut midaxi skirt, £350.
Adeline silk jacket with self-covered buttons, £375.
Candice Short Wedding Dress
Candice silk shift dress with feather hem detail, £650.
Louella Floral Lace Dress
Louella floral lace midaxi wedding dress with godets, £575.
Leanna Midi Wedding Dress
Leanna silk midi dress with bow detail, £850.
Rixo’s Bridal Accessories
All accessories are vintage-inspired and will be available to buy alongside the collection.
Prices from £75.
The collection is available to shop online in Rixo’s full size range. Prices range from £295
to £1450. Please contact the brands bridal specialist for a 1-1 virtual appointment [email protected]
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