Wedding Fever

The notion of ethical fashion comes with a misconstrued idea that it isn’t high end or fashionable in nature. With my friend, recently engaged the hunt for the perfect wedding dress has begun. Every bride has an idea as to what they are looking for, what style/cut, price guide, and colour. What this particular bride had added into the mix was “ethical”.

This was a great starting point as we trolled websites such as Good On YouThe Social StudioEthical BrideDesert DesignsKowtow, and Bindarri. With this as our starting point it became apparent to both of us that finding an ethical wedding dress may be a much easier task than we first thought, thank goodness!

Moving away from the classic brands such as “Grace Loves Lace” “Vera Wang” and the commerical wedding stores meant that the crowds we had to face were far less stressful than it would be for others, we avoided bridal fairs and other exhibitions, indirectly saving both herself and myself a lot of money on travel costs, accommodation and even our sanity!

A Rachel Cassar design captured our eye, and the beautiful, textured design was a one-off unique piece as it was produced from recycled materials. Her brand exemplifies her philosophy of producing garmets with a focus on the free and “creative spirit”. The dress looked absolutely stunning on, and knowing that no-one will ever haeve the same dress was a selling point, Cassar maintaining that she is “one person, not a machine, and don’t want to produce just anything for the sake of it” gives each piece a story, that works in conjunciton with the purchaser. Her semi-coture gowns and pieces matches the personality of the bride perfectly, proving that you can truly have high-end eco-friendly fashion.

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