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.”
“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.