Brides looking for Hollywood glamour are in luck with Morilee’s new collection

The label’s Mystique collection includes gowns with eye-catching floral patterns and embroidery, perfect for treating the aisle as your red-carpet moment

Model wears square-neck lace wedding dress and lets brunette locks fall over one shoulder on left, and on right brunette model wears long-sleeved lace ballgown
Left: Desdemona (style 2416) from Mystique collection, around £1,500; Right: Emmaline gown (style 1071) from Madeline Gardener Signature collection, around £2,750, both Morilee

Morilee’s new Mystique collection has plenty of treats in store for brides wanting to add a touch of Hollywood glamour to their big day look.

“This collection has incredible detailing,” enthuses the brand’s Chrissy Pratt. “Many of the new styles have gorgeous floral patterns mixed with handmade 3D flowers and appliqués. Expect creative patterns of beading on lace and embroidery too.”

One of the collection’s top 10 most snapped-up styles by boutiques is Desdemona (style 2416, above left), around £1,500.

Model wears mermaid gown with lace sleeves and v-neck on left, blonde model on right wears gown with sweetheart neckline and delicate straps
Left: Doreah gown (style 2410), around £1,500; Right: Dahlia wedding dress (style 2402), around £1,600, both Morilee 

The designer also has romantic ballgowns for the fairytale wedding in their affordable luxury Blu collection, and for brides jetting off to tie the knot in warmer climates, they’ll no doubt find the perfect frock in the new Voyage line.

And lovers of bling, fret not – glittery gowns are big on the agenda at Morilee. “We love our sparkle,” laughs Chrissy, “this season is full of new glitter-patterned underskirts and layers. They are unique and add lots of depth and dimension.”

Chrissy also hints that unconventional dresses in dark and dreamy black lace will remain popular in 2022, and noting that belts are back, which will give gowns a personal touch.