Chloe BestHigh-street wedding dresses for spring and summer 2021: Cheap wedding dresses from Whistles, Ghost, Next, ASOS, and French Connection. The high-street is where it's at for bridal gowns.
With weddingsback on the cards for summer 2021, it is time to find your dream wedding dress. The high street has an ever-growing selection of incredible dresses with prices as little as £95, so where better place to search for 'the one'? Whether you are looking for a midi wedding dress for your low-key nuptials or want a slinky evening gown, discover our top picks of high-street wedding dresses…
There's a lot to love about this ruched halter neck wedding dress, but especially the price – a bargain £120. Whether you choose to wear it all day or buy it as an evening gown for your reception, this minimalist style will have maximum impact.
With could-be designer cuts and chic designs, Whistles bridalwear looks more expensive than it is.
Channel your inner Meghan Markle in this beautiful halterneck lace wedding dress from Whistles, which has a beautiful, streamlined silhouette and open back detailing. We would never guess it cost less than £600.
With its on-trend Bardot neckline, raised front hem and fine lace fabric, this Whistles wedding dress looks way more expensive than its £599 price tag. A flattering choice for all brides, this ivory gown is currently available in sizes 6-16.
If an elegant bridal look is what you’re after, Phase Eight has you covered.
This timeless beaded gown comes in a soft old rose shade, as an alternative to classic ivory. It is decorated with hand-placed pearl beads and features an embellished detachable satin tie belt with a boned bandeau bodice.
How gorgeous is this 1920s-inspired Elecia wedding dress? Just the ticket for a modern bride, it has a column silhouette, tiered fringing and embellished hand-beaded straps, along with a blue ribbon that you can sew inside for good luck if you wish.
A brand loved by celebrities and the royals alike, the folks at Self Portrait are occasionwear pros.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore this gown for a red-carpet appearance, so you'd be in good company if you choose to wear it for your big day. The long-sleeved gown has a floral lace top and cinched waist with a long crepe skirt.