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Abundant in straight-laced, loose shift frocks teamed with luxurious embroidery, feathers and jewels there's no such thing as too much glitz and glamour when searching for your vintage inspired bridal look.
The way hair was styled also began to change during this period as curling irons, which could be heated on the fire, were invented. Similarly with regards to accessorising, brides at this time were spoilt for choice. The decade's new generation of liberated and daring young women, also known as Flappers, regarded the headpiece as an essential accessory to their playful image.
Even if you you're without the fortune of Michelle's character, Lady Mary, whose wedding day attire which was said in the show's script to "cost twice the national debt", it's certain that you'll be able to find a vintage wedding dress suited to you.
Costing £4,000 for the dress itself, designer Caroline McCall that the key to drama's “wedding dresses is that they are so soft, they drape so beautifully" as opposed to the taut crepe silks that were previously in fashion. Simply focus on selecting the right fabric and cut to flatter your figure.
Caroline also added that her showstopping creation was trimmed "scallops of lace and edged in tiny rice pearls and Swarovski crystal beads". For a dress that is all about the detail, look towards designers such as Alice Temperley whose bridal designs come with both intricate designs and a personal touch. With each Temperley London bridal gown, Alice handpicks three special good luck charms that are then sewn into the seams of each ready-to-wear dress.