Bit of all white
It’ll be all white on the night, with perfect picks that are sure to get the (hen) party started for brides-to-be. By Denise Smith
We all have a favourite LBD, but do you have the same grá for the little white dresses in your wardrobe? If you’re a bride-to-be you’ll know the struggle that comes with finding the perfect hen party fits.
For starters, not all dresses are made equal, so if you’re not careful, that Instagram ‘It dress’ could be more see-through than seductive. So always remember to shop quality fabrics.
This may be the one night you want to stand out from the crowd, but nobody wants to look like a cake topper, so just remember to lean into your personal style. If you’re still struggling to track down fashion-forward pieces, here’s a hot list of high street party looks.
If gúnas aren’t your bag, I love this feather-detailed jumpsuit from Lavish Alice (left). If you’re more of a Boho bride, you can inject some colour into your look with some beautiful bohemian pieces from Never Fully Dressed.
For investment pieces that will stand the test of time, Alice May Bridal in Dublin has the chicest offerings. Whatever you choose, you’ll be a bit of all white.
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