Bridal separates will always be in fashion, due to their extremely wearable nature. Mix and match with cami tops and flowing tulle skirts or high neck tanks, and embellished skirts - anything goes!

bridal separates

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How sweet is this beaded Philomena cape by Needle & Thread? The perfect way to add a little glam to your wedding day ensemble. It's paired here with the Delia skirt - both from BHLDN.

Image above: Jurgita Bridal

High-low skirts are so on trend and super wearable! We love this Mikado skirt and top combo from Jurgita Bridal. Pair the skirt with a different colour top, or vice versa and your good to go for another event. Bonus!

bridal separates

Image above: Ivie White

It's all about the back of this Odete top from Ivie White - so simplistic and elegant. The Noella tulle skirt adds the perfect amount of drama and romance to the look.

bridal separates

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We adore this Catherine Deane two piece - the Danielle skirt and Hayden top. The simplicity and fluidity of the silk are to die for!

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Blush is definitely the way to our hearts and we just love how relaxed this look is from bhldn.com

bridal separates

Image above: Ivie White

This Reine two piece is sleek and sexy, showing just enough skin. The Reine crop is sheer, delicate and intricate, while the skirt is figure-hugging.

Image above: Corbin Gurkin

An Emily Riggs Bridal outfit will always hold a special place in our hearts - I mean, just look at it! So gorgeous! This Primevere two-piece oozes french romance, with vintage lace and flowing tulle skirt.

Image above: Katie Pritchard

This Karen Willis Holmes Mabel combo is so gorgeous! This ensemble definitely proves that less is more.

 

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