The sexy-sophisticated bride: Roland Mouret debuts wedding range

You’re familiar with the Roland Mouret signature silhouette: it acknowledges the waist, wraps its structure around the hips and balances their shape with upper details like lightly puffed sleeves. We’ve seen these shapes on red carpets and at cocktail parties and in the office. But in translating the silhouette to long white gowns, Mouret has created something the modern woman desires for her wedding day.

“I want my bridal dresses to be a bit sexier,” said the designer of this debut bridal collection, which is available exclusively at net-a-porter.com. They are sexy, but it’s a particular breed of sexy that’s born of sophistication. That combination – sophisticated and sexy – is what makes the gowns so wedding-appropriate. Not every woman wants to go all out on Disney-style Princess gowns for their wedding, and Mouret’s line offers up a high fashion alternative.

Roland Mouret bridal

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Roland Mouret Debut Bridal Collection at Net-A-Porter
Roland Mouret Debut Bridal Collection at Net-A-Porter
Roland Mouret Debut Bridal Collection at Net-A-Porter
Roland Mouret Debut Bridal Collection at Net-A-Porter
Roland Mouret Debut Bridal Collection at Net-A-Porter

The gowns range from £1,600 through to £4,100. View more of the Roland Mouret bridal collection by clicking on the gallery, or keep an eye out on net-a-porter.com to shop the range.

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