The Vintage Wedding Dress Company presents its ‘Decades Lace’ collection

The Vintage Wedding Dress Company was established by stylist Charlie Beard, to help brides who want a unique dress with a vintage touch.

While she has sourced original vintage pieces from Paris, London and other world cities, Charlie has also been inspired to create her ‘Decades Collections’, which are beautiful dresses designed to capture different signature styles from the Victorian era right up to the 1970s.

Today, we’re showing you the Vintage Wedding Dress Company’s latest collection, ‘Decades Lace’, available from the company’s showroom in London and selected stockists in the UK, Ireland and Europe.

1930s-style dress from the Decades Lace Collection ©Vintage Wedding Dress Company

The 1930s-style dress is covered in French lace. Each dress has a series of additions, from sleeves to embellishments, that can be added according to the bride’s preferences.

1920s-style dress from the Decades Lace Collection ©Vintage Wedding Dress Company

The 1920s-style dress captures the dropped-waist look of the era in a stunning silhouette. This style is also on-trend, after recent collections showed at Milan, London and Paris Fashion Weeks.

1940s style dress from the Decades Lace Collection ©Vintage Wedding Dress Company
1950s style dress from the Decades Lace Collection ©Vintage Wedding Dress Company
1960s style dress from the Decades Lace Collection ©Vintage Wedding Dress Company

The collection ends in the 1970s, with a more free-flowing style, combining lace and chiffon, perfect for a destination wedding.

1970s style dress from the Decades Lace Collection ©Vintage Wedding Dress Company

For more information on the collections from The Vintage Wedding Dress Company why not visit the site, or make an appointment at the company’s London showroom!

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    ooohh the 1920s style one is soo cute.

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    Jacqui
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    I can’t decide between the 1920′s style one or the last one! They’re both sooooo lovely!

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    Meg.