Wedding dress Toronto: 1920s styles
Wanna take a look at our recommendation on 1920s styles of wedding dress?
If you’re planning a 1920s themed wedding inspired by the glamour of the Great Gatsby, you’ll need a 1920s wedding dress to match (wedding dress Toronto). We picked out some of our favourite 1920s wedding dresses to inspire you as you search for the perfect vintage gown.
Camille – Monsoon
The Camille dress from high street shop Monsoon’s bridal range is ideal for brides who fancy themselves as a bit of a flapper! Shimmering scalloped detailing and luxurious fringing are the epitome of Gatsby glam.
Esme – Sally Lacock
The Esme from vintage bridalwear designer Sally Lacock is a column gown with an empire line – influenced by the couture gowns Paul Poiret created in the early 1900s. The gown fastened with antique glass buttons. It is in antique ivory, but also comes in ivory. The fabric flower can also be replaced with beaded details for extra sparkle.
Isis – Ivory & Co
This beautiful 100% silk wedding dress by Ivory & Co was inspired by the 1920s. The higher neckline complemented by a soft cowl back, feather inspired beading on the shoulder and a hand-stitched beaded belt.
Florence – Claire Pettibone
This silvery wedding dress by Claire Pettibone is simply stunning. It provides an on-trend twist on the 20s fashion for fringing by having it across the back of the dress. As detailed backs are so in right now, it’s the perfect way to make sure your 20s inspired gown is super stylish.
Jean – Mischka Collection
The Jean dress from the Mischka Collection at Badgely Mischka is a striking way to have a 1920s themed wedding dress. The simple shape and the lace fabric are classic and timeless, but the intricately beaded overlay with short sleeves adds vintage glamour.
2621 – Benjamin Roberts
A low-key way to still pay homage to the Jazz Age with your wedding dress, the 2621 by Benjamin Roberts is subtly influenced by the era. The slim fitting shape and glitzy neckline will look amazing paired with a vintage hair accessory or a 1920s style cap veil.
Stevie (with sleeves) – Belle & Bunty
Belle & Bunty specialise in gorgeous vintage inspired wedding dresses, with lots of their gowns looking like they waltzed out of the 20s. The Stevie has a subtle drop waist, floaty sleeves and gorgeous fabric.
Persephone – Amanda Wakeley
The drop waist on this Amanda Wakeley dress has a distinctive 20s feel, but the angular shape of the beaded pattern keeps it contemporary. We love the combination of gold and white.
8764 – Justin Alexander
Sometimes the simplest of designs can make the most impact! Justin Alexander is known for their gorgeous, vintage inspired wedding dresses – often taking influence from the 20s and 50s. This 20s inspired gown is made from smooth satin and features glittering details on the shoulders and waistline.
15160 – Ellis Bridals
Brides who want a romantic dress with some 1920s flair will love this gown from Ellis Bridals. The soft fabric and elegant draped sleeves are super flattering, and it would look amazing at both summer and winter weddings.
Ophelia – Belle & Bunty
How beautiful is the Ophelia from Belle & Bunty? The lace covered fabric is incredible and the warmer tone of the material will suit all skin tones. We’d love to see this paired with a dramatic berry lip.
Celeste – Naomi Neoh
The slim-fitting Celeste from Naomi Neoh is a simple, timeless wedding dress. When paired with the Celeste lace jacket, it transformed into a 20s beauty. An elegant up do is the perfect finishing touch for this look.
Ava – Pretty Eccentric
Those looking for a wedding dress from the high street will love the Ava from Pretty Eccentric. The scalloped sleeves and gold embellishment will look right at home at a Great Gatsby themed celebration. It’s also a great choice if you want a more on-theme dress to change into for the evening party.
Colleen – Badgely Mischka
Daisy Buchanan can only dream of this dress! The beautiful detail on this Badgley Mischka wedding dress is reminiscent of the roaring 20s and will shimmer as you walk down the aisle and mingle with your guests.
Dixie – Sally Lacock
Another gorgeous gown from Sally Lacock – this is perfect for flirty flapper girls who aren’t averse to showing some leg at their wedding. The pleated skirt and layers of fabric will look amazing as you dance. Make sure you have some fabulous bridal shoes to show off!
Ettia – Maggie Sottero
How beautiful is this glittering gown from Maggie Sottero? The intricate detailing and simple shape is ideal for a bride looking for a breath-taking wedding dress inspired by the glamour of the 1920s. A classic veil or glittering headpiece will finish the look off to perfection.
Stevie – Belle & Bunty
Willowy brides will look amazing in the Stevie from Belle & Bunty. This gown featured earlier on in the article but with billowing sleeves. This version is perfect if you want to show off your arms. We love its style with a glittering headscarf.
Iola – Monsoon
If a white wedding dress isn’t for you, consider the Iola from Monsoon. This dress comes in a striking pale gold shade and features lots of sparkling details. The empire waist line and rounded patterns are reminiscent of the early 20th century fashion. As this dress isn’t classically traditional, you could even wear it again!
Laurel – Ivory & Co
This glamorous gown from Ivory & Co is a great choice for a small-busted bride who wants a striking vintage inspired wedding dress. The plunging neckline would suit a smaller cleavage and the glittering embellishment will sparkle as you dance the night away at your Gatsby themed wedding.
Lorna – Badgley Mischka
You can have a long sleeved wedding dress and still retain some 20s style! This slim fitting gown from Badgley Mischka would look amazing with 1920s inspired accessories. Such as a headband worn across your forehead – and a groom in a retro dinner jacket and bowtie!
Lottie – Sally Lacock
This drop-waisted wedding dress from Sally Lacock looks amazing paired with the feathered headband. It’s a simple design, but the cowl neckline and the lace trimmed detail on the drop waist make it look extra luxurious.
6390 – Lillian West
Lovers of lace wedding dresses will adore this gown from Lillian West. It’s simple and stylish and features beautiful lace applique on the bodice which leads up to the pretty cap sleeves.
8756 – Justin Alexander
Glamorous brides will adore this satin creation from Justin Alexander – the higher waistline and sumptuous fabric are reminiscent of the 20s. But the fishtail shape and glittery spaghetti straps add a modern twist.
Ava – Ivory & Co
This silky satin dress has a bateau neckline, a lace trimmed drop waist and a subtle lace trimmed hem. It would look amazing with an elegant up do, a glittering headpiece and a bold red lip. Start practicing your Charleston now!
Crystal Maxi Dress – Pretty Eccentric
This glamorous gold-hued gown from Pretty Eccentric is a great choice for those looking for an untraditional take on a wedding dress. The elaborate beaded detail is pure Gatsby glam. Plus, team it with elbow length gloves in the evening to really add to your look.
Hope – Phase Eight
If you want to unleash your inner magpie, go for this super glittery dress from Phase Eight. The shape is ideal for a Jazz Age inspired bride and all the glitter makes it even better!
Madeleine – Sally Lacock
This oyster-hued gown from Sally Lacock is totally dreamy. It would suit all skin tones, even the palest of brides, and the bias cut is pure 1920s. This gown would be especially gorgeous as a winter wedding.
Marianne – Monsoon
The Marianne dress from Monsoon is ideal for brides who want a simple wedding dress with a nod to their favourite decade. The scalloped beading and elegant cap sleeves add a subtle but effective hint of glamour. (wedding dress Toronto)
8814 – Justin Alexander (wedding dress Toronto)
The 8814 from Justin Alexander is seriously glamorous. The embellished lace on the back and hem make this a real show-stopper, whilst the silk covered buttons and off the shoulder neckline add a vintage feel.
Gatsby – Pretty Eccentric (wedding dress Toronto)
The Gatsby dress from Pretty Eccentric comes in bridal white and features lots of shimmering beading in a 1920s inspired pattern. (wedding dress Toronto)
Amber – Amanda Wakeley (wedding dress Toronto)
The Amber dress from Amanda Wakeley is pure Grecian glamour. The silk jersey fabric, the glittering belt and neckline (studded with Swarovski crystals) and the gently ruched bodice all add to the sophistication.
Breya – Monsoon (wedding dress Toronto)
Brides who want to conceal their arms will love the Breya from Monsoon. The gorgeous detailing is very 20s style and the skirt is for dancing the night away! (wedding dress Toronto)