With lots of choice and many bargains to be had, is it time to take your wedding dress search online? From designer sites like Net-A-Porter and THE OUTNET to bridal favourites like BHLDN and Grace Loves Lace, here are the best online shops for your bridal quest...
SEE: Gorgeous wedding dresses to buy on the high street
What to know before buying a wedding dress online
As one of the most important purchases of your life, you need to be fully head over heels for your wedding dress. Before ‘adding to basket’ make sure you’ve chosen a reputable brand, double checked the website's return policy, read the description very carefully and taken your measurements correctly.
The benefits of buying a wedding dress online
While some brides have their hearts set on a day of boutique wedding dress shopping, others would perfer to opt out of the fuss. Shopping online for your dream gown is oh-so easy - and you can do it in your pyjamas!
Best places to buy a wedding dress online:
THE OUTNET wedding dresses
The place to go to bag yourself a designer dress at a fraction of the price, and there are new lines added all of the time on THE OUTNET! This Grecian gown with halterneck is sure to cause a virtual stampede.
Ulla Johnson Freesia wedding dress, £566, THE OUTNET
Net-A-Porter wedding dresses
A world of choice from all of your favourite brands, Net-A-Porter is a one-stop-shop to find your dream dress. For a statement look, how about this gorgeous gown with spaghetti strap back and thigh-high split?
Michael Lo Sordo Alexandra wedding dress, £1,345, Net-A-Porter
MyTheresa wedding dresses
MyTheresa is perfect for brides who want to tear up the rule book and look seriously cool on their wedding day. Peek-a-boo lace inserts and a Bardot top – this unique dress will ensure all eyes are on you.
Rebecca Vallance Mia wedding dress, £1,198, MyTheresa
BHLDN wedding dresses
A beautiful bridal brand with so many ethereal dresses to choose from. This all-lace dress from BHLDN has drama aplenty with a keyhole back and delicate fluted sleeves.
Tadashi Shoji Cedar wedding dress, £717, BHLDN
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Reformation wedding dresses
If romantic, girlie styles are right up your street, you’ll love the bridal gowns at Reformation - plus, they are made from sustainable fabrics. Period-drama chic is nailed perfectly in their Stars dress.
Stars wedding dress, £460, Reformation
Needle and Thread wedding dresses
With whimsical patterns and oodles of tulle, Needle and Thread is the destination for fairytale brides. Calling all frill-seeking ladies - this beauty is for you!
Nancy wedding dress, £525, Needle and Thread
Grace Loves Lace wedding dresses
If you're looking for a gown with wow-factor, Grace Loves Lace is where your browsing should begin. With sultry silhouettes and on-trend designs, modern brides will adore their selection. Our current crush? The River gown with dramatic low back and figure-hugging skirt.
River wedding dress, £1,800, Grace Loves Lace
Revolve wedding dresses
From devilishly daring to stylishly sultry, the selection of wedding dresses at Revolve is red hot. Our top pick? This figure-hugging fishtail number without a doubt.
Katie May Bambina wedding dress, £269, Revolve
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Halfpenny London wedding dresses
Halfpenny London provides the epitome of bridal chic with modern styles, elegant cuts and luxury fabrics. This high-low gown will command attention from aisle to dancefloor.
Jackson dress, £1,500, Halfpenny London
Whistles wedding dresses
Whistles knows how to bring classic styles up to date, using luxurious lace and sultry silk to create the most gorgeous dresses. Consider a minimal maxi dress to look effortlessly chic on your big day, and this one is under £200!
Tie back maxi dress, £199, Whistles
Free People wedding dresses
While they may not have a specific bridal collection, Free People's white gowns are certainly worthy of the aisle. This maxi dress is made for boho brides looking for something effortlessly laidback.
Spell & The Gypsy Ocean Gown, £340, Free People
ASOS wedding dresses
With a diverse range of styles to suit every type of bride, ASOS will leave you spoilt for choice - and you can rest easy knowing that your dream dress won’t break the bank. Checkout swiftly to bag this satin number, and we bet no one will guess it cost less than £100!
Satin wedding dress, £95, ASOS
David’s Bridal wedding dresses
Gorgeous wedding gowns for every shape and style of bride - David’s Bridal has it all. Go for glamour with this incredible beaded dress with V-neck detail.
Beaded wedding dress, £229.72, David's Bridal
Selfridges wedding dresses
Selfridges always has the best selection of designer pieces and that expertise continues when it comes to bridalwear. A long-sleeved gown will bring drama to your wedding day and we adore the retro sparkles.
Crystal embellished wedding dress, £420, Selfridges
eBay wedding dresses
While eBay may be your go-to place for a lot of things, it may have escaped your radar for a wedding dress - but there are some hidden gems on there. This gorgeous gown could be yours for less than £25!
Maxi wedding dress, £23.99, eBay
Coast wedding dresses
You can rely on Coast for classic wedding dresses with a modern twist. This lace off-the-shoulder style provides just enough sass and sophistication.
Long sleeve bardot wedding dress, £139, Coast
Monsoon wedding dresses
From luxurious lace to beautiful beads, Monsoon bridal styles are all about those gorgeous details – and we’ve been swooning over this floral beaded number.
Kate wedding dress, £499, Monsoon
Amazon wedding dresses
Whether it's bulk buying cleaning products or searching for a new home appliance, Amazon will often be the first port of all on your shopping quest, but not usually when it comes to wedding dresses. However, there are some gems to be found which are perfect for low-key wedding days. This floral applique style looks way more expensive than its £45 price tag!
Ever-Pretty wedding dress, £45, Amazon
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