Bridal separates can be an absolute dream come true for a non-traditional bride. Not only do they give you plenty of choice, they're also a great way to get two looks for less.
If you're a little unsure of how to mix and match, keep in mind - matching two silks or satins perfectly can be a little tricky, unless you're going with the same designer. Instead, think about incorporating different textures, or different linings and fabrics to make matching a lot more seamless.
We have rounded up some of our top picks, for a range of budgets below.
Dan Jones, Cleveland
Image by Matt Godkin
Ellery, Lady Chatterley Top
Camilla and Marc, Juniper Suit
Chosen by One Day, Millie Skirt
Gabriela Hearst, Hayward Shorts
Bowie Rae, Clifton Top in Vegan Leather
BHLDN, Effie Skirt
Aje, Warwick Button Up Shirt
Alexandra Grecco, Lucy Bodysuit (shown with Harlow Pants)
Mira Mandic, Montana Skirt
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