One of the joys, for me at least, of being a professional wedding blogger, is that I get to be amongst the first to find out about beautiful new bridal wear collections.   I've always had a thing for a beautifully designed and elegantly constructed dress.

It always feels like such a privilege to be one of the first to see these glorious new creations, not least, what some of my readers might well be wearing over the coming months at their weddings. And I'm never disappointed by the gowns that designer Sally Lacock lovingly creates from her London based design studio.

I adore Sally Lacock and her fondness for Edwardian and 1920's inspired bridal wear.  Sally was one of the first designer I turned to to ask if her gowns could appear in my book, Style Me Vintage Weddings, and I'm so proud that they did.

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Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock’s
latest collection of effortlessly elegant bridal gowns builds on the
foundation of her signature and much sought after vintage inspired
style. Complementing her existing archive, the latest designs continue
to draw inspiration from past eras to dress today’s modern bride.

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Celebrating her enduring love of precious French lace, the collection
reflects the decadent days of the 1920’s through to the bohemian
creativity of the Edwardian era. Adding to her timeless collection of
gowns, including the serendipity of Isadora and the relaxed, uncontrived
style of Violet, her latest offerings include Carly, a pretty and
modern take on the tea dress through to the sophisticated and fluid ‘30s
inspired Elsa.

Using luxurious fabrics in antique hues, the
dresses, often adorned with exquisite glass buttons and hand stitched
flowers, convey the delicate nature and intricate beauty often found
only in vintage garments. Sally’s work embodies a lightness of touch
with modernity and a youthful attitude.

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

A hand picked selection of exquisite head pieces, ranging from berry
and blossom bridal garlands made by Emma Caderni to jewelled tiaras by
Cherished Vintage
are also to be found in the treasure trove that is
Sally Lacock’s beautiful studio showroom.

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally's  vision, born out of
a respect for time-honoured skills combined with romantic vintage
appeal is reflective of the friendly, bespoke service based in her
delightful Dalston studio where with her small team she holds private
appointments. All the dresses are designed and cut by Sally herself and
hand made in London by highly skilled couture seamstresses.

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Sally Lacock vintage 1920s and Edwardian inspired wedding dresses

Love what you see? I do hope so.  To find out more, please visit the Sally Lacock website.  You can also find Sally Lacock on Facebook.

Annabel

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Bridal wear – Sally Lacock
Headpiece designers – Emma Caderni + Cherished Vintage + HT Headwea
Shoes – Harriet Wilde
Hair & Makeup Stylist – Annabelle Mille
Model – Sylvia (Nev's model agency)

Leave a Comment!
  • Gemma

    My word they’re stunning! Love ‘Sylvie’. If I’d not already got my dress I’d definitely be looking into Sally’s designs.

  • http://www.shadyslimo.com/fleet/18-passenger-h2-hummer-limousine Sia@CT Hummer Limos

    Wow, these are so unbelievably stunning. My absolute favorites are Picture 1 & 2. First of all, I LOVE head pieces so much and the first one is simple but beautiful and the 4th picture head piece is to die!!!!!! I love it all, the vintage look is so elegant and this was brought in such a modern way. Thank you for the share, I am in love with it all!

  • http://www.rachelmanns.com Rachel Manns

    Absolutely adore that second dress and and the veil! Such a gorgeous collection, lovely article too xoxo

  • http://www.cherishedvintage.co.uk Abby

    Such a beautiful collection from Sally Lacock; it is always such a pleasure working with this lovely and very talented designer who captures the essence of early twentieth century style in such a fresh and wearable way. Just heavenly xxx

  • Carla

    Gorgeous dresses, I love the first one especially x

  • http://www.sallylacock.com Sally Lacock

    Thank you all for your lovely comments and huge thanks to Annabel for showcasing our work and for including our dresses in her beautiful book.

  • http://www.dellawhite.com Della White

    WOW, so many beautiful dresses!! The 9th one down is my favorite ever <3