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Why you need to know about the MATCHESFASHION bridal edit

Posted: 31 January 2020 10:20 am
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You can now purchase your wedding dress from MATCHESFASHION.

Calling all brides to be! Your favourite luxury retailer MATCHESFASHION has just launched its very own event dressing edit and its main focus is bridalwear.

Why is this a big deal? It's the largest category the retailer has introduced since 2018, when it dropped homewares.

Oh, and it also means you're one click away from all of the best global bridal brands in the fashion industry. Accessing some of these big-name designers would have been a struggle in the past. But that's the past and online shopping means you can purchase whatever you please.

The event dressing edit is now live on the site, so you can click here to check it out. It includes over 250 unique (and gorgeous) styles created by designers such as Christopher Kane, Erdem, Giles Deacon, Emilia Wickstead and Vivienne Westwood.

It's not just dresses – you can also take your pick from a wide range of occasion wear accessories, shoes, bags, lingerie and jewellery.

MATCHESFASHION offers free delivery on orders over $300, plus a free pick-up service for any returns you may decide to make. We also love that all prices are inclusive of duties and tax.

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Bridalwear is a booming business, but we have noticed a change in trends. Usually you would have your wedding dress for the big day and never wear it again. It would either collect dust in your storage or you may choose to pass it down to your loved ones.

Nowadays, brides are re-structuring this thought and are opting for a dress that's suitable for their wedding, but also a great occasion wear piece.

In other related fashion news, you need to check out the new inclusive Barbie fashionistas line. Fast fashion retailer H&M has also committed to using circulose, a new type of sustainable fabric. You can read all about it here.


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