YES to Vintage Wedding Dresses in High Street Shops.
Updated: Mar 10
At Cambridge Vintage Bridal, I curate and re-market high end vintage wedding dresses for modern brides and get the gowns back into the retail chain. I’m on a mission to inspire brides to consider vintage by making vintage look like the future and not the past.
A recent curation project was for the The Tailor's Cat in Cambridge.
The Tailor's Cat was looking to showcase bridal fashion from 1920 - 2020 and also had a visiting collection by Eliza Jane Howell planned - beautiful deco inspired dresses for life.
I curated a varied rail, which showcased high-end vintage wedding dresses from the 1930s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and 1980s and I have to say, I was thrilled with how modern and varied they looked in the shop - especially given that they were hanging alongside the awesome Eliza Jane Howell 2020 gowns.
Sustainability is the hottest trend in the fashion industry right now, what is your brand or business doing to embrace it?
Do you stock ethically made, sustainably sourced, locally produced and handmade wedding dresses?
So, why not stock vintage too?
I work with brands and individuals to curate bespoke rails of vintage wedding dresses for resale, the dresses can be bespoke sourced and white labelled - or from Cambridge Vintage Bridal's own collection.
Let me help you showcase sustainable wedding dresses from the 1920s - 1980s and show couples that there is an alternative to fast-made, planet costing, single-wear wedding dresses.
After all, the MOST sustainable fashion is that which already exists...
Shoot photography by Thyme Lane Photography.