Just one of the stunning dresses from the new Free People bridal range

Free People Does Bridal: The Collection We’ve All Been Waiting For

There’s no doubt about it, you want to look and feel your absolute best on your wedding day and naturally, that means wearing a dress that truly reflects your style. The high street is full of traditional styles but thanks to indie brands like Stone Fox Bride and Reformation, there’s now a whole host of amazing options if you’re in the market for something more bohemian and offbeat. The great news is that the options have only got better this week as Free People, aka the masters of all things boho, have finally launched its debut bridal line, and naturally, we’re excited. Called FPEverAfter, the collection features a 15-piece line up all in the brand’s signature hippie aesthetic.

A white strapless boho wedding dress from the new Free People Bridal Collection We’re in love with this sheer strapless dress from the new collection


Featuring collaborations with unique, small labels like Aussie favourite Grace Loves Lace, the collection is all about offering brides a unique take on traditional styles. Think fairytale halters, ethereal floor-sweeping gowns and whimsical lace dresses with intricate beading and embellishment. If you’re after something that packs more of a punch, the collection also features more statement, directional styles with dramatic long-sleeves so all bases are well and truly covered, whether you’re tying the knot on a remote beach or on a beautiful countryside landscape.

Two models wearing the debut bridal collection from Free People From ethereal dresses to more statement-making styles, the new collection has something for everyone


We have to warn you, though, they’re not exactly cheap – prices range from £450 to £1000 – but unlike traditional bridal wear, these are the kind of dresses you will want to wear time and time again even after you’ve walked down the isle. If Keira Knightley can do it, we can too!

The collection is available exclusively at Free People.