Looking for a 50s wedding dress? Dresses at No.9 have just launched its first ever collection of vintage inspired bridal Wear, and I’m delighted to show you these GORGEOUS dresses on the blog today – beautifully photographed by Rob Booker on location at Ingrow Station and the Vintage Carriages Trust Museum, Ingrow.
So what’s the collection all about?
During the 1950’s influences including film, television and music created a new market when teenagers became an emerging fashion voice. 1950s glamour had suddenly arrived. The era can be remembered for two fashion silhouettes; the full skirt and the pencil slim. Both styles placed great emphasis on the narrowness of the waist and we have taken this as our inspiration for our new 2011 Spring/Summer Vintage Collection.”
UK-based Dresses at No. 9 are based on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, and offer brides-to-be an affordable bespoke or made to measure wedding gowns. Linda Davey is the lovely lady behind it, and has been working in the bridal sector for over 17 years. Linda says about the business…
I wanted to create an individual look for many brides-to-be who are forced to choose certain styles currently available in the wedding gown market. Brides-to-be will not only be able to find their perfect wedding gown, but also receive assistance with vendor selection through our personal recommendations.”
I think one of my personal favourites from the new vintage collection is this very pretty & feminine 50s style wedding dress below…
Dresses start from a very reasonable ?325. As far as booking appointments go, since all dresses are custom made it’s good to get your appointment in early if possible, but Dresses at No.9 do endeavour a 28 day turnaround if required.
For more details please visit the Dress at No. 9 website, and do leave your comments below! Would love to hear what you think of this gorgeous collection.
Stunning dresses! Thank you Linda for contributing today, and of course the wonderful photographer Rob Booker.