High Street Wedding Dresses under £300
It seemed 2016 is the year for our favourite High Street stores to finally cotton on that modern brides want their wedding dresses at a reasonable cost. With a few High street stores attempting in the 90s and early 00’s, I have seen a slow build of our high street brands bringing out incredibly designed dresses at a fraction of the price. I have photographed dresses from £80 to 8,000 and so I’m going to aim for somewhere in the middle! Here is my guide to High Street wedding dresses for under £300
First up is Topshop. Everyone’s favourite go to on the High-Street. While I have my own personal love/hate relationship with the store (with their blatant disregard to anything above a size 16) they are a fashion go-to when shopping on your local High Street.
Wedding dresses don’t have to be actually labeled as a wedding dress. As long as it fits with what you are after and makes you feel like da bomb, then who cares? That’s why I’m showing you this dress in my first ‘high-street wedding dresses’ list
This textured midi dress tutu is also the least expensive on my list. At just £65, you can grab yourself a great midi length 50s style tutu dress. It would also leave you some of your budget to get the skirt dip dyed or add some broaches or bling to it! It only goes up to to size 14 but it’s a bloody bargain!
Yep, that 90’s designed ‘all but nearly forgotten about’ department store that your mum insisted on dragging you round. Now, BHS is a faiding light on my High street and may be a perfect place to pick it a dress for your wedding before it goes.
This absolutely beautiful wedding dress is a bargain. Available in sizes 6 to 22, it has a gorgeous white lace overlace and would suit so many body shapes! With button up back and sweet-heart neckline, it looks like it should be £1k+
Not only that, but this dress has gone into sale and can be yours for only £108. BARGAIN!
ASOS is my personal go-to for nearly everything. From phone cases to winter coats, I would say 90% of my wardrobe is ASOS. So it comes at no surprise that I’d seriously consider ASOS for purchasing my wedding dress. Especially if you have their next day delivery subscription!
With SO much choice, I found it hard to whittle it down to 1 dress so I’ve cheated; I’ve gone for 1 dress and 1 jumpsuit!
Ever since Solange led the way in the wedding industry by wearing a super sleak white jumpsuit, I’ve been dying for a bride of mine to wear a jumpsuit. Comtempory, quirky and something everyone will remember! Not only that, but it comes with a detachable cape, for when we’re feeling like a Wonder Woman moment!
For wedding dress I’ve chosen an ASOS Curve dress. Again, I’ve gone for a midi tutu style dress as they are just so flattering and make you feel incredible, but still able to dance to the Beastie Boys later in the evening!
This dress has everything you would want; sweetheart neckline, clinched waist with lots of tulle tutu skirt, lace capped sleeves and a beautiful back detail too. Available is sizes 18-28, it just goes to show that plus-size brides can be mega babes on their wedding day too!
This one may be a curve ball to some of you, but I’ve picked a seemingly traditional dress from our landmark high-street store, Debenhams. At firt glance, you think I’ve lost my rocker, but imagine this dress with bright red lipstick and a leather jacket? Badass. The collar detail is beautiful and I love that it’s a slightly softer version of a mermaid skirt.
Thread & Needle
This dress makes me squeal quietly to myself and I’m so excited to show you! I was a little stuck trying to find you a 5th and final example. I looked at Coast, Monsoon, Dorothy Perkins and just didn’t feel like any of dresses would be what you would want to see. So after a very quick search, I found the very fabulous Needle and Thread. And I fell inlove with The Blush maxi dress! It’s soooo pretty!!
With gorgeous textures to the bodice, and the funny little petticoat detail to the tulle skirt, this dress screams awesome! And can be so nicely accessorized too!
There are lots of other beautiful High Street wedding dresses that you can tie the knot in. My advice is simple head to your favourite High Street store’s website and filter to white. Who says you can’t wear a mini skirt and blouse?!