One of my favourite parts of my job is getting to swoon over, peek at and publicise the fashion side of weddings. I adore design and being sent incredibly pretty pictures of new collections like the one I’m about to showcase is an absolute pleasure…even more so when it’s by a home grown design house and Sally Lacock is one such designer whose work always turns my head. Having spent the first part of her career in high fashion she understands what the style led bride wants…something that’s directional and well made but timeless too.
“At Sally Lacock the emphasis is on a very personal, friendly and relaxed service. All appointments are private and
there is plenty of time, space and expert advice to ensure the perfect style is chosen or designed for each bride.
Sally believes that the only way to ensure a truly flattering fit is to have a dress made specifically to your body measurements and this is reflected in the individual made to measure service for which the company is renowned.With everything being made by the in house team the traditional spirit of the bespoke process has been revived and each bride is positively encouraged to choose design details unique to them. Sally remarks “It is a careful,considered process and I think today’s brides deserve nothing less from their most important dress purchase”
This latest collection of wedding dresses is an eclectic mix of styles…not so much trend led but enduring in it’s approach as she embraces the bridal fashions us women are returning to again and again…from 70’s boho bride with country inspired informal gowns to the fluidity with form of a 1930’s starlet’s dress, there’s one to turn every kind of brides head. Here are my highlights…
Featured gowns…Esme, Flora, Georgie, Jasmine, Bea and Madeline.
…I’ve lost my heart to Esme! Which is your favourite?
//Credits: Wedding dresses: Sally Lacock London//Photography: Jeff Cottenden // Model: Laura at Nevs//MUA: Harriet Cook //Location: The House Next Door//Flowers: Love Blooms//Headpieces: Cherished Vintage