Free People is the label that every cool girl has in her wardrobe arsenal. From its seriously sexy lace-up sandals to its heavily embroidered peasant blouses and dresses, it's fast become one of the go-to brands for summer style after really making waves on the UK fashion scene a few seasons back.
However, our love for Free People has totally intensified now that it's just unveiled it's brand new range that's going to make a lot of stylish brides-to-be very happy indeed...
That's right, the brand has just announced its foray into bridal and it's already come up with the dreamiest array of wedding dresses we've ever seen that are all available to buy as of, well, now.
Titled FP Ever After, the collection consists of 15 exclusive dress styles, including some collaborations with Grace Loves Lace. If you're already engaged you may just want to head on over there. If not, you'll definitely want to start hankering for that proposal... In fact, for a dress this beaut, it's enough to make you pop the question yourself! We're not into time-wasting.
Homing in on the Free People house style, the collection features more lace than Kate Middleton's wedding gown, 70s bell sleeves, cascading trains, hints of see-though tulle, low-cut backs, Grecian drapes and gorgeous detailing. What did we tell you? DREAMY.
Matching his and hers denim jackets? Why didn't we think of that?!
Loyal fans of the brand will know that it's super-affordable and the best part is it's wedding dresses follow suit. Prices start from a teeny £450 and peak at the £1K mark, meaning that there's a style for you no matter your budget.
Whatsmore, rather than having to make a bridal appointment well in advance, you can snap 'em up conveniently online as they're being sold exclusively at FreePeople.co.uk. If that want enough, Free People has also dedicated its entire blog to all things wedding this week so, if you're in need of some bo-ho big day inspo, make sure to check it out.
Editor's Note: As an already married woman, this is seriously making me want to consider renewing my wedding vows. Let's see how that one goes down.
Free People, you've outdone yourself.