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Coming Up Roses - Two Birds Bridesmaid Rosette Collection

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If you read London Bride on a regular basis you'll know I'm on what now feels like a witch hunt for delightfully pretty bridesmaid dress options. Other than the high street, or rather expensive designer dresses us girls in the UK are seriously limited. But hang on in there! If you want pretty, versatile and definitely re-wearable then say hello to the Rosette Collection - the latest style from the ingenious team Two Birds Bridesmaid. It's just pure pretty perfection!

These beautiful images showcase the dresses delightfully. The giant flowers [which has been quite the obsession since seeing THIS wedding] and the girls roaming around pretty gardens is simply the perfect setting for them and it's making me long for the powdery florals and spring light so much.



 

If you haven't heard of Two Birds Bridesmaid before, then you may want to see my earlier post on them here. The premise is simple for their main collection: one dress, 15 ways to wear it, 18 colours and no alterations.

I was always a fan of these dresses, and though not the cheapest of options (£200+) they really do suit all shapes and sizes and I absolutely think they are appropriate for all styles and themes of wedding.  you can even add tights and a shrug for winter to keep your girls warm in these! I'm reaching the age where a lot of my friends are either pregnant or have had babies, and I have to say this is a fabulous option for them. Comfortable and flattering and I bet they'll be pleased to have a dress they can wear again to any future formal occasions!



The new rosette collection is available in six colours for adults; aubergine, navy, slate, ivory, black and rosewater. The dresses are available in three lengths; mini, tea length and ballgown and the rosettes are all chiffon handsewn to the dress and can be added in two rows to any of the three lengths, seven rows to a mini or a full skirt of rosettes on the ballgown length! You can also mix and match with colours in our standard range, such as an ivory dress with rosewater rosettes on - great if you want your bridesmaids to be in similar colours but varying slightly.

Prices are as follows: £300 for the two row short dresses, £330 for the ballgowns, £475 for the full skirt mini and £950 for the full skirt ball gown which can in my eyes be fully intended to be worn as an actual bridal gown, in which case is excellent value and so chic!

The really sweet addition is they now do these for little ones too, it's a scoop necked dress with one row of rosettes around the hem again available in the same six colours or they do just the sashes with six rosettes which can be added to any dress. The full dress and sash is £165 and the sash alone £30. You can visit the store to see the sample of this.


credit: All imagery courtesy of Two Birds Bridesmaid

I've not yet had the pleasure to visit the fabulous Notting Hill boutique but rest assured I will be doing so very soon. Perhaps to just try on one of these dresses. Well, I have got many a wedding to attend haven't I? It would be rude not to test them for you....

Special thanks to the lovely Michelle at Two Birds Bridesmaid for providing the fabulous photographs and allowing me to feature the collection. Please do visit their website - http://www.twobirdsbridesmaid.co.uk for further information on colours, styles and stockists.

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