Elopement Dresses, Fall 2019
One of the biggest obstacles to a quick elopement is getting a dress in time -- the wait time for a gown to come in at a traditional bridal shop typically starts at six months and can often take longer. At LuxElope, we're always on the lookout for beautiful dresses appropriate for an elopement that can be purchased either off the rack or online. The beauty of these gowns -- all from BHLDN, one of our favorite wedding-related retailers -- is that most are available to try on in-store while still being purchasable online. Take a look at our editor's picks for elopement-appropriate wedding gowns and dresses and see if one fits your bridal style. The first, seen above, is a darling mini dress perfect for a trip to city hall. Delicate floral appliques add dimension, while a scattering of beads imbue a touch of sparkle. "Roma" dress by Whispers and Echoes ($1,295).
The "Olson" gown by Whispers and Echoes ($1,400) features a full, embroidered skirt paired with a semi-sheer bodice of Chantilly lace.
This structured, flowing column gown in textured crepe features a split-back bodice for a modern look. "Iva" crepe maxi by Jill Stuart ($298).
Creating a striking silhouette, the "Marissa" gown by Theia ($1,695) pairs a satin bodice with a graceful crepe skirt with just a hint of flare.
Ruffles highlight the "Lafayette" dress by BHLDN ($230). Off-the-shouder sleeves add a touch of sultriness to this uber-feminine crepe gown.
For an ethereal look, the "Sarita" dress by Jenny Yoo ($295) combines diaphanous tulle with a plunging back and neckline.
The non-traditional bride will sparkle in the beautifully sequined "Halsey" dress by Jenny Yoo ($375).