5 Wedding Dress Trends For 2018/19


5 Wedding Dress Trends For 2018/19



Feather Wedding Dresses


For brides looking for a dress with a difference, feathers provide the answer! A favourite new arrival at the Phillipa Lepley shop is a wedding dress featuring a flamboyant, bouncy skirt made entirely from ostrich feathers. Creating a romantic floating illusion, the skirt appears to be lighter than air and contrasts beautifully with the nipped in waist above.





Wedding Dresses With Pearls


Pearl beading on wedding dresses provides the ultimate classic and feminine touch. A subtle yet beautiful embellishment that evokes a sense of romanticism, they can be worked in to any bespoke design at Phillipa Lepley, either lightly scattered or heavily built up. This season is no exception and new dresses with pearl straps, hems and necklines will turn-heads.


Polka Dot Wedding Dresses


Expect to see delicate, intricate polka dot lace overlays hand-worked on to beautiful plain fabrics this coming season. A pretty way of adding a pop of personality to a classic wedding dress, polka dots are timeless and will stand the test of time.

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Fairytale Wedding Dresses


Fairytale wedding dresses fit for a princess continue to be what Phillipa Lepley is known for. Whilst there continues to be numerous fitted, slinky dresses within the collection, full-skirted designs and are in high demand. Dresses with skirts made from layer upon layer of beautiful fabrics create ball gown silhouettes.


Plain Wedding Dresses


Lace continues to be popular as it is so flattering, but we are designing more and more beautiful plain, satin dresses too. Made with such precision, the fit is imperative especially around the shoulder area so that a ‘spray-on’ effect is achieved, perfectly accentuating every curve, with no seems or folds.



Phillipa Lepley is recognised globally as a leading British wedding dress and eveningwear designer, renowned for bespoke couture dresses of the utmost luxury. Her wedding dress shop in London, Chelsea, has over 50 dresses, all of which have been made in England from start to finish at her atelier.