The celebrity stylist may be part of the high-end fashion world, but the prices of her stunning wedding dresses (and more) are accessible even for brides on a budget.
Maybe you’ve been a die-hard fan of celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe since her TV series first aired on Bravo way back in 2008, giving the world a reality-television peek behind the velvet ropes of the high-end fashion industry. Or maybe you got on board a year later, when she launched The Zoe Report, her digital destination for fashion and lifestyle—or when you realized she’s the fashion powerhouse behind the red carpet looks for one of your favorite stars. Even if it took until 2011 and the release of her self-designed clothing line during New York Fashion Week, Rachel Zoe is by now a bona fide household name when it comes to all things style and glamour.
With her eye for standout, red-carpet-worthy evening wear (Keira Knightley, Cameron Diaz, Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson are among her many fans and clients), a Zoe-designed wedding dress would be a dream for any fashion-obsessed bride. And with her debut Wedding Edit hitting shoprachelzoe.com today, that dream can now be a reality. “Since the launch of my first collection,” said Zoe, “I’ve included white in every season … probably with the subconscious intention to dress brides. It’s that euphoric moment that’s always inspired me.”
True to Rachel Zoe’s signature bohemian-glam aesthetic, the bridal collection features designs that range from a sleek and simple white column gown ($599; shoprachelzoe.com) to an all-over white sequin tuxedo ($595; shoprachelzoe.com), with plenty of pretty lace styles and offbeat options in between. And the gown that tops our favorites list? The gorgeous Bellatrix Halter Gown ($295; shoprachelzoe.com), pictured above.
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The best part? Even brides on a budget will find a piece that elicits an “I die!” (in the good, Rachel Zoe kind of way, of course). The collection starts at a honeymoon-fund-friendly $295, and nothing tops the $1000 mark. This is a wedding dream come true.
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