For the iconoclastic bride who chafes at convention, there’s Reformation. The too-cool-for-school label, which favors natural, vintage, and surplus fabrics, has debuted its largest line of bridal dresses yet. Featuring head-turning silhouettes—plunging necklines, drop-shoulder sleeves, thigh-high slits, coordinating separates—in fall-festive colors like poinsettia, saffron, and blackberry, the collection includes “looser and a little more chill” après-nuptials options, as well. “Obviously there are also plenty of dresses for bridesmaids, and those just attending their 17th wedding this year,” Reformation said in a press release.

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But even if the only aisle you plan on walking is at your local CVS, don’t let that stop you: Reformation is also introducing both long and short slip dresses in Bluesign-certified silk, which it says are made from “some of the safest dyes out there.”

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“Not to mention workers are not exposed to harsh chemicals,” the company adds. “So you can feel super-good about looking fancy.”

We’ll toast to that.

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