How to work it: Disco bride

How to work it: Disco bride
Savin London channels the trend for disco chic bridal

Channel your disco diva with gowns and accessories that are perfect for rocking the wedding dancefloor

Words Libby Norman

Disco has permeated bridal fashion in the season to come. In fact, the spirit of Studio 54 is coursing through collections, with club-scene elements cropping up on everything from bridal gowns to hats, bags and shoes. Glitter, fringes, stratospheric heels, lush fabrics and jewel details add glamour and attitude. We say your wedding day is the perfect moment to be star of the dancefloor, so take it to the bridge.


1. Awon Golding – Moves like Jagger

Awon Golding pays homage to Studio 54 regular Bianca Jagger with her new millinery collection

2. Cymbeline – Disco inferno

Feathers, a corset bodice and a flirtatious disco cap add up to a sizzling ensemble from Cymbeline

3. Enzoani – Glitter ball

Enzoani’s Alchemy bejewelled box clutch is the perfect disco-style accessory

4. Galia Lahav – Silver star

At Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week, Galia Lahav showed a classic plunge neck scene-stealer trimmed with silver

5. Aruna Seth – Black magic

Aruna Seth’s luscious black satin Farfalle platforms have glittering butterfly embellishment

6. Halfpenny London – Dancing queen

Perfect for dancing queens, Halfpenny London’s Dita corset and Marlene wide trousers offer pure glamour for evening parties

7. Jimmy Choo – La vie en rose

Jimmy Choo’s sculptural Kami heels are perfect for showing off a well-turned ankle

8. Savin London – Funky town

Savin London’s white biker jacket is paired with bralet top and bridal pants

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