Ever since Olivia Palermo married in her three piece wedding outfit by Carolina Herrera back in 2014, I have been slightly obsessed with this modern edgy style. We were completely taken with the idea of wearing a cashmere sweater with a classic tulle wedding skirt. I am so pleased to see the concept of two piece separates in the new Elbeth Gillis wedding dress collection. The collection of two piece wedding dresses can be completely mixed up which gives it a fresh and modern take on the traditional wedding gown.
Shot on location in Arniston, a small seaside town along the south coast of South Africa. We have completely taken this collection to heart as it represents so elegantly the needs of modern women today. The versatility to create an individual look and yet at a glance it is hard pressed to see these two piece wedding dresses just simply as tops and skirts. For all of our latest bridal fashion updates click here
Two piece wedding dresses
Sun kissed separates
Arniston Blue has a plethora of choices for the bride who wants to feel sun-kissed and golden. There are seven tops and six skirts, and it’ll be hard to choose the best combination because they’re all gorgeous in their own, unique way. Brides can choose from flowy chiffon skirts to
soft mermaids with sweeping trains to full-circle skirts with embroidered florals – there’s even an exotic, full-length ostrich feather skirt that is just marvelous. The tops are all romantic and delicate, with florals and leaf motifs, either appliqued or embroidered.
Silk Jersey Tops
And then the mohair and silk jerseys: there are three jerseys (either crew or scoop neck) and three cardigans (either crew or V-neck), with some available in three-quarter length sleeves. For the bride who quickly feels the chill, these ultra-fine luxuries are elegance itself.
For an edgier modern look you need to take a closer look at the delicate tops incorporated into this collection. Light-as-air mohair and silk jerseys, intended for the cool-weather can be worn over her gown as needed. Frankly, you don’t have to be a bride to order one of these little luxuries in rose gold or ivory.