January 17th, 2014 | Julia Braime
Researching for our regular Friday Fabulous feature is no great hardship – I love scouring the interwebs for the prettiest new things. It sometimes hurts my credit card, but other than that, the pleasure is all mine. Chancing upon something really rather lovely from Coast for this afternoon’s coveted spot (wait and see), I decided to stick around and browse the rest of this High Street Honey’s new Spring collection.
All dresses by Coast: 1 Amorette, in naturals, £150; 2 Venus, in yellow, £95; 3 Riley, in orange, £135; Poppy, in green, £125; Tulia, in pink, £165; Mandy, in naturals, £125; Glamour Bow, in orange, £160; Lori Lee Lace, in grey, £125; Mirabella, in yellow, £125; Aloisa, in white, £350; Carraway, in blue/ silver, £160; Darling, in white, £295
As I said at the end of last year, in 2014 I’ll be checking out all the most popular High Street retailers (and lesser known online finds too) and picking our favourite looks for, so that you don’t have to. No gorgeous gowns get past me! Whether it’s bridesmaids dresses you need, a frock for your reception dinner or heading off on honeymoon, we’ll have it covered.
Let me tell you ladies, if you are in the market for bridesmaid dresses this season, I think we’ve just found heaven. Usually strong on this front, those fabulous people at Coast HQ have just raised the bar that little bit higher.
The lines come in sizes 6 to 18, are pretty affordable and with a new petites range just added, this wedding blogger is seriously impressed. Here’s my top picks for maids and mates. Gather your girls, but hands off Riley, she’s all mine!
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Former lawyer and bride to be Julia founded Brides Up North in 2010 with a chip on her shoulder. Frustrated by the poor Northern presence in glossy bridal magazines and online, she decided to do something about it herself. Astounded by the rapid growth of her blog and brand, Julia now manages Brides Up North’s online content alongside their busy wedding exhibition season, industry events and related commissions. And she’s always, always, got a new project on the go…
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