I've always been charmed by the simple chicness of BHLDN's wedding dresses. Equal parts vintage-inspired and boho pretty, their collections are always beautiful and reasonably priced (for wedding dresses, that is...let's be real). But they have outdone themselves with their new arrivals for spring. Here are some of our favorites from their new dresses and their Heirloom Collection.
I know I am supposed to be somewhat impartial and say that they are all equally lovely, but Faye (above) had me at hello. Somehow it is both vintage and modern all at once, and a complete showstopper. I am crazy for the decadent layers and all the possibilities for accessorizing this very glam dress.
And in case you were wondering, BHLDN's new dresses also assure us that lace is still very much the "in" fabric. The most interesting one? Aberdeen (below) is 1920's inspired and extremely versatile. Granted, it isn't your typical silhouette, but it is so relaxed and elegant! You could even wear this one with flat sandals on the beach.
But for those who like their dresses super glamorous, there is an abundance to be found in the Heirloom Collection. These dresses all have feminine formality down pat. My guess for most popular? I predict that this gentle ombre dress called Emma will be on back order before you know it. Inspired by blooming cherry blossoms, this dress is ever-so-pink along the bottom of the skirt.
My favorite thing about this new line of dresses is the breakaway from the sheath. Whether short and retro like little miss Martine (above), or long and luxurious like Thea (below) they are all gorgeous. P.S. Thea uses 16 yards of silk in the skirt. 16!