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Where to shop women’s wedding suits

If you're looking to rock a suit or tuxedo for your big day, here's where you can find one.

Finding the perfect outfit for your wedding day is always a challenge. Unfortunately, it's even more difficult if you're a bride who would rather forego the traditional dress in place of a suit.

Suits and formal jackets in women's cuts and styles are still relatively difficult to find on the market, but they definitely do exist. We've found the top fashion retailers stocking a range of formal women's suits and wedding-appropriate attire to help make finding your dream wedding outfit a reality.


Net-a-Porter is all about premium style, which makes it the perfect place to shop for an outfit for your big day. The retailer stocks a range of suit jackets and pants from top designer brands including Gucci, Max Mara, Michael Kors and Saint Laurent.

The range of brands also makes it a breeze to shop different styles and colour palettes, ensuring that every bride can find an outfit to suit her personal preferences and style.


Similar to Net-a-Porter, The Outnet is known for its range of luxury designer brands. The site is full of wedding-appropriate blazers, trousers, blouses and tops from big names like Emporio Armani, Burberry and Versace.

Best of all, The Outnet runs frequent sales, making it possible to pick up your favourite designer pieces for a fraction of the regular retail price.


American department store chain Macy's stocks over 300 styles of womens suits and all of them are under $500. Despite the great prices, the pieces still look quality, making them a great way to cut down your wedding costs without compromising on style.

The retailer also has a great selection of coloured and patterned suits for those who are after something a little different to traditional white.


Luxury fashion retailer Farfetch stocks products by over 700 brands from around the world. This means that you can shop a whole range of suits from designer labels that you'd usually be hard-pressed to find here in Australia.

Whether you're after a classic suit or a brightly coloured one, you'll find your suit preference at Farfetch.


If your wedding is going to be a more low-key affair, check out British high street label Marks & Spencer. The retailer has a range of women's suits that offer a more relaxed fit while still looking formal enough for a wedding.

All designs also come in under the $200 mark, helping you to cut outfit costs and save your cash for the honeymoon instead.


If you're after a custom suit or tuxedo, take a look at Etsy. The vintage and handmade marketplace allows you to browse a range of talented sellers who will make your outfit from scratch.

Not only will this allow you to shop a design that you won't see elsewhere, but it also means that you can have your outfit tailor-made to your measurements.


Shopbop provides a huge array of women's designer fashion, with new arrivals landing constantly. This means that you can shop all the latest suit jackets and pants trends from labels like Alexander Wang, Veronica Beard and Theory.

Orders over $100 also qualify for free shipping, helping you to save a little extra on your outfit.


ASOS may not be the first place that comes to mind for bridal wear, but the brand has now launched its own Edition bridal collection and its pieces are stunning. The offerings are budget-friendly, but they certainly don't look cheap.

The size-inclusive range of suits, blazers, pants and jumpsuits are available in sizes 4-18, ensuring that brides of all shapes and sizes can find a flattering fit.


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