The High-Street Wedding Dresses That Look Just as Good as Designer Ones

Daring to utter the phrase “high-street wedding dresses” will no longer be met with indignation. With a rise in the market for well-priced bridal gowns and jumpsuits, there’s zero shame attached to spending less on your gown. In fact, affordable can be incredibly chic.

ASOS now has a stellar bridal collection, following the success of its vast and brilliant bridesmaid range. It also stocks Needle & Thread, a British brand that specialises in intricately embellished occasionwear with a comfortable price tag. Then one of our favourite affordable red carpet go-tos, Self-Portrait, also offers a drop-dead gorgeous wedding range. H&M, meanwhile, might not be the first name you think of for bridal looks, however, the brand has just released a stunning new collection of dresses for aisle-ready style on a budget.

For bohemian brides everywhere, Reformation stepped in to offer the kind of sweeping dresses you can wear to a party the following month, year and beyond for under £400. Better yet, Whistles launched its debut high-street wedding dress collection earlier last year (Who What Wear UK’s editorial director tried the whole collection on) as well as new styles that are set to release this month.

Whistles has your trend-led styles covered. This beautiful one-shoulder style is a winner. 
Simple yet so effective. 
We can always rely on Monsoon for flattering bridal styles that won’t blow the budget. 
Effortlessly elegant. 
See, a cami dress will literally work for every occasion. 
It’s all about the sleek side split. 
The cold-shoulder trend stretches to wedding dresses too. 
The sleeves on this dress are making us swoon.
The perfect alternative for the modern bride. 
The neckline is so elegant. 
For the fuss-free bride.
We love this flattering V-neck style.
For those who prefer a shorter option. 
The detail on this beauty makes it look so premium. 
It reminds us of Meghan Markle’s evening wedding dress. 
Looking for lace sleeves for less? Don’t miss this flowy H&M wedding dress.
This elegant shape is topped with gorgeous floral embroidery.
So ethereal.
A shift dress for a bride who wants something a little different.
For something shorter, try the tiered Guinevere wedding dress. This is perfect for petite frames.
Lazer cut outs offer a striking finish on this dress. A great informal dress option.
A lace jumpsuit is the ideal alternative for those wanting something a little less traditional.
We love the delicate straps on this tiered number. 
If Hollywood glamour is your thing, this dress will help you nail the look.
Boho brides, take note. 
This silk dress will look good on everyone.
Another knockout gown from Self-Portrait.
London label Indie Bride makes boho-wedding appropriate dresses.
We told you these gowns were good. Such an incredible bargain for such a gorgeous dress.
Short dresses can be just as chic. 
A classic Ghost look. All it needs is a sleek, floor-length veil. 
The long sleeves on this Self-Portrait gown feel very current.
The perfect look for a summer wedding. 
The cape detail on this dress is so elegant.

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