>>>Urban Outfitters is making their mark in the bridal industry and launching their new line, BHLDN, online this Valentine’s Day. The line won’t be released in Urban Outfitters or Anthropologie stores, but the first freestanding BHLDN store is scheduled to open this August. Don’t expect Cinderella-style gowns…think the usual UO/Anthro style but glammed up. Read the full story on WWD:
Accessories by James Coviello, Jennifer Behr and Yestadt Millinery feature vintage-inspired headpieces, veils and corsages made from feathers, jewels and tulle. There’s a tasteful tiara, bohemian headband and enameled flower hair pins. Shoes, including peep-toe pumps and ankle-strap heels, come in saffron, bright green, pale pink and red, and are decorated with butterflies, feathers and vintage ribbons. A collection of wraps includes a feather bolero, a Hollywood-style cropped jacket with a bow, a puffer jacket with a rhinestone closure and a thick wool crafty-style crochet collar.
Annnnd that feather bolero needs to be on me. right. now. Event dresses range from $200 to $600, bridal gowns ranging from $1000 to $4000. Is it time for my girlfriends to get married yet? I’m ready to take any excuse I can to purchase a new cocktail dress! Check out the fabulousness at http://bhldn.com! xo queens!