Top 3 Bridal Jumpsuits & Pantsuits

Here’s a question.  What if you’re getting married and obviously want to look “like a Bride” but hate to wear dresses?

Simple.  Don’t compromise your style or what you know suits you and opt for a stylish sophisticated bridal jumpsuit.

There are a number of designers out there that focus tirelessly on making sure Brides can stay fashion-forward and remain true to themselves.  The jumpsuit/pantsuit is not only a great option for Brides who “just don’t do dresses” ,  they’d also work well for low-key affairs; elopements; wedding renewals or second marriages.

Bridal Jumpsuits have been given the seal of approval by a number of stylish celebrities. Who can forget the low-cut Stephane Rolland jumpsuit complete with cape that Solange Knowels wore on her big day.  A perfect choice for a Bride who rode a bicycle with her husband-to-be to their wedding venue!

Source: US Magazine
Source: US Magazine

Feeling inspired? We’ve picked our favourite three below.

Gemy Maalouf: This silk halter-neck with drop back, wide leg and embellishment around the neck offers a fantastic alternative to a traditional gown.

Gemy Maalouf Jumpsuit

Riki Dalal: Few designers do “sexy” like Riki Dalal – the collection is full of low, low backs, tight fits, plunging necklines and sheer panels.  This wide-legged jumpsuit with embellished bodice is certainly a show-stopper for a daring Bride. For those whose budget allow, we think this would make for a great second outfit for dancing into the early hours!

Riki Dalal Jumpsuit
Riki Dalal Jumpsuit

Reem Juan: Clean lines, a peplum style top and a flash of silver embellishment makes this simple silhouette anything but simple.

Reem Juan Pantsuit

What do you think to the Jumpsuit?  Would you switch a gown for trousers?

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