7 Wedding Jumpsuits & Bridal Separates We're Loving Right Now

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You don’t need to slip into a wedding dress to be the belle of the ball. We’ll say it louder for the “Don’t Do Dresses” crowd in the back. We’ve gathered a selection of jumpsuits and two-pieces that are beautiful and classy in a way that’s very modern. Take a look at these alternatives to the classic white frock that feel oh so fresh, fun and stylish.

Kaley Jumpsuit by BHLDN, $498.00

Jaws everywhere dropped when the BHLDN Spring 2019 line launched with a statement-making jumpsuit. The allover-lace one-piece balances its sweet nature with a come-hither plunge neckline. A sheer mesh panel on the décolletage and stretch in the lace body keep the fit flattering while you party the night away.

Manu Jumpsuit by Milamira Bridal, $880.00

A fitted pant leg on the Manu Jumpsuit from Milamira Bridal makes it a sleek choice for your big day. The bodice has a unique draped feature that softens the edges of the deep-V neckline. And if you weren’t smitten just yet, get a glimpse of the criss cross draped lace detail on the backside.

Bridal Jumpsuit with Cape by Edelweiss Bride, $620

Channel your best Katherine Hepburn in this choice bridal jumpsuit. What details do we love? First of all, pockets! And if you need more reasons, this minimalist one-piece has a sweetheart neckline, a pant leg that hits at the ankle just so, and a sheer cape that brings all the drama of a dress train.

Lawrence Top & Gidley Skirt from BHLDN, $250.00 - $400.00

Gidley Skirt  from BHLDN, $400.00

Gidley Skirt from BHLDN, $400.00

Say yes to a look with no fuss. Bridal separates like the Lawrence top and Gidley skirt are a perfect harmony of both polished and romantic vibes. We’re awfully fond of the delicateness the illusion neckline brings to the outfit when paired with the glossy skirt.

Harp Two Piece from Reformation, $448

If you’re planning an outdoor wedding in warmer temperatures, you’ll be set with this chic, lace two-piece. The cropped, cap sleeve top and midi length skirt make for the most charming silhouette. And we have to praise how the peekaboo midriff keeps this ivory gem from feeling too twee.

Laurel Cami Top & Effie Skirt from BHLDN, $85.00 - $965.00

Laurel Cami Top  &  Effie Skirt  from BHLDN, $85.00 - $965.00

Laurel Cami Top & Effie Skirt from BHLDN, $85.00 - $965.00

I like to think Bianca from 1999’s teen movie Ten Things I Hate About You would walk down the aisle in these luxe separates, inspired by her hot pink prom ensemble. The V-neck cami in a rosy satin feels like a cherry on top of the frothy tulle of the Effie skirt. It’s a sculptural look that comes together effortlessly.

The Payton Set from BHLDN, $450.00

It’s all about the details with this unassuming two-piece set. Crocheted lace and tiny sparkling crystals amp up the glam on an otherwise simple profile. The fitted, knee-length skirt and boxy, cropped top is a refreshing choice for brides this season.

Vanessa Londono


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