Weddings

Matthew Williamson's First-Ever Bridal Gown Just Hit Net-A-Porter

August 11, 2011 by Justine Schwartz
shefinds | Weddings

Earlier this year, we told you the exciting news that designer Matthew Williamson, known for his bold patterns and use of color, would be putting out his first collection of wedding dresses this fall (see the full Look Book here).

His freshman bridal effort is out — the very first gown from the very first collection is now shop-able on Net-A-Porter.

The Matthew Williamson Ostrich feather-trimmed silk-tulle dress ($6,500) is made of off-white silk tulle, and also features crystal and faux pearl embellishment.

Stay tuned for more styles!

Shop our guides to the best strapless wedding dresses, white wedding shoes, and inexpensive wedding dresses.

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