Photo courtesy of HDH Bridal Lookbook.
While cream-colored caftans, crop tops, and wide-leg black pantsuits may not immediately bring the idea of a wedding dress to mind, Hackwith Design House’s new bridal line begs to differ. For all those non-traditional brides looking for something unique to wear on their special day, HDH Bridal’s stylish simplicity and classic, flowing designs offer something for everyone.
The newly launched collection features 13 different styles for brides, bridesmaids, and those looking for fresh pieces to wear to black-tie events, ranging in price from $260-$2,200. Bridal gowns come in white, cream, and black, while bridesmaid and formalwear pieces are also available in blush and sage. The collection offers a variety of styles, including a gown, a caftan-inspired look, a wide pant leg option, and a two-piece design with a cropped wide pant and top.
Keeping in tone with the rest of its clothing options, all bridal pieces will be made in Hackwith Design House’s own St. Paul studio with sustainable fabrics such as an organic hemp, silk, and cotton blend, a versatile tencel, and refined cotton slub. Bridal shoppers will also have access to complimentary consultancy services offering personalized advice on fabrics, fit, and styling from HDH stylists, so grab your girlfriends and head on over to check out this brand-new line.