Chances are Grace Loves Lace‘s wedding gowns will look familiar to you even if you’ve never been a bride.
The brand’s Hollie dress has been pinned over 2.5 million times on Pinterest, making it the most pinned wedding dress. Launched in 2013, they received so many requests that once the french lace used to create Hollie ran out, they had to bring out a newer version launched last year.
It's not hard to see why - the boho style stress is feminine yet not too fussy and in terms of wedding dress prices, sits at the lower end of affordable.
Now Grace Loves Lace has gone one step better with their Les Deux capsule collection. It's budget without looking budget and everything sits under $1500. (Post continues after gallery.)
"For this capsule range I really wanted to nail that carefree, effortlessly glam woman who doesn't sweat the small stuff. That charismatic spirit who runs off to the Amalfi Coast to marry party style! She doesn't do tradition, doesn't care for a dress worth thousands," designer Megan Ziems tells Mamamia. (Post continues after gallery.)
And non-traditional it is, with crop top and long skirt combinations as well as flowing, lacy dresses the label is known for.
"They are a strong nod to the woman who wants fashion - not bridal - but your regular dress anyone can buy is still not quite special enough," Ziems says.
"These are your perfect in-between; celebrating simplicity and spontaneity without losing out on luxury or impact. They are feminine with a subdued, timeless quality."
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They are more "luxe basics" than the core collection and are made to be effortless and literally ready to wear.
"They are perfect for the spontaneous Les Deux bride who rolls up her gown in her carry on and heads straight to the party," she says.
While all are beautiful, you can bet that Sloane, with her dramatic bell sleeves, will fly off the shelves.
"I absolutely love the silhouette, she’s glamorous, sleek and impactful while remaining true to her completely undone nature," she says.