While spending over five thousand may not be everyone's cup of tea, this is the edit for those brides who may not care much for traditions but still like to spend a little when it comes to their wedding outfit.
If you are comfortable spending a little more and have a very clear idea of what you want, it is definitely also worth exploring getting a gown custom made.
However, here are some of our favourite ready-to-wear and made-to order designs for our luxury edit.
Oscar de la Renta - Look 1 Fall 2020
One of my absolute favourites, this look combines a short dress with a blazer, making it incredibly anti-bride friendly.
Vera Wang, Tulip Spring 2020
If you're more of a maximalist, Vera Wang has you covered. Pairing tulle with a stunning floral embellishment this gown is still non-traditional enough to entice any anti-bride. However, if you prefer colour to white, there are plenty of other options for you in this collection.
Ashi Studio, Couture FW 19
If you love a bit of drama, but don't want anything too romantic, this gown by Ashi Studio is your perfect match.
Gucci, Oversized cotton-blend bouclé-tweed jacket and shorts
Because who doesn't love a bridal suit (and not everyone is into wearing white).
Monique L'Hullier, Baldwin Fall 2020
This breathtaking gown is modern and definitely has something a little anti-bride about it. A great option for brides who want something short, but still want a little added grandeur.
Giambattista Valli, Draped Satin Maxi Dress
What dreams are made of.
Eisen Stein, Jagger Wild Wings Collection
Figure hugging and structured, this midi length dress has you covered.
Khaite, Calista gown
Soft tulle in a nude fabric makes Calista great match for the romantic at heart.
Rosie Assoulin, Asymmetric ruffled silk-charmeuse gown
A little minimal and a little maximal.
Valentino, Silk and Wool Gown
Perfect for a winter wedding, this Valentino gown is minimal and stunning.