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            70 Effortless Looks for the Boho Bride

            It's not all about flower crowns and fringe.

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            Christian Oth

            Bohemian bridal has long been a mainstay in the market—but it's not all about flower crowns and fringe.

            A true bohemian is defined as "a wanderer; living a socially unconventional life," according to Merriam Webster, but somehow boho bridal has turned towards festival dressing, laissez-faire slips, and gauzy separates rather than all things irreverent and atypical. Coachella-inspired aisles are slowly dwindling in favor of regal affairs and fashion-forward glam; in the process, bohemian bridal has taken on new forms of irreverence, and an added polish.

            Opt for the unconventional in the form of delicate laces, gossamer meshes, and floral motifs for an overall organic feel that is effortless and inspired—be it for your upcoming woodland, beach, or countryside celebration. Here, 70 looks to shop now for the not-so-basic boho bride.

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            Daughter of Simone

            An off-the-shoulder silhouette with a Victoriana vibe is easy and effortless. Plus, it hearkens to the English literary characters that likely inspired your dreamy affair—without looking costume.

            "Ash" gown, $2,200, daughterofsimone.com.

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            Laure de Sagazan

            Simple does not have to mean boring. Amp up a minimal two piece with a unique headpiece or fresh florals.

            "Cassel" top, "Dormoy" skirt & "Soie Labo" crown, price upon request, lauredesagazan.com.

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            Lola Varma

            A simple sheath levels up with a Renaissance-reminiscent collar, and a streamlined silhouette that feels chic yet sophisticated.

            "Vincent" gown, price upon request, lolavarma.com.

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            Dana Harel

            Art deco beading paired with a sheer skirt is refreshing twist on Gatsby-era inspiration.

            Price upon request, danahareldesign.com.

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            A La Robe

            Dress up a low-backed, simple look with accent jewelry that hangs down your back from behind instead of in the front.

            Price upon request, lohobride.com.

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            Bo & Luca

            Consider a twisted midsection with cut-out sides instead of a full-blown bridal crop top.

            "Isra" gown, price upon request, lohobride.com.

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            Lihi Hod

            Clean lines and delicate laces will never be out of style—and this gown proves that beading can also feel boho.

            "Elizabeth" gown, price upon request, lihihod.com.

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            Monique Lhuillier

            As seen in the top bridal trends for 2019, florals are having a moment; and brides with a flair for all things organic should opt for them in droves.

            "Westwood" gown, price upon request, moniquelhuillier.com.

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            Alexandra Grecco

            Step up a chic mini dress with a sheer cape--like this one with bell sleeves and floral embroidery.

            "Lane" mini dress with "Penny" jacket, price upon request, alexandragrecco.com.

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            Vera Wang

            Skip the predictable ivory, white, blush, and the like and opt for a bold pop of color, like a "something blue," that not even your most discerning guest will expect. For the effortless effect you're after, choose underpinnings that pack a punch under a sheer silhouette.s

            "Athenais" gown, price upon request, verawang.com.

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            Lihi Hod

            A sheer, dotted topper is an airy and romantic getting ready ensemble, and looks dreamy over a perfectly-fit sip.

            "Audrey" topper, price upon request, lihihod.com.

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            Rime Arodaky

            Buttons down the front draw the eye up and down, making you look longer and leaner.

            Price upon request, lohobride.com.

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            Savannah Miller

            A gauzy gown with straps that tie has a certain je ne sais quoi that is both sweet and effortless.

            "Miller" dress, price upon request, savannahmiller.com.

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            Oscar de la Renta

            A floral lace gown with 3D embroidery feels elegant and classic; but paired with minimal accessories and natural beauty, it's as effortless as can be.

            Price upon request, oscardelarenta.com.

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            Viktor & Rolf

            Rolling hills and endless expanses are just the type of setting to handle a major fashion moment.

            Fall/Winter 2019, price upon request, viktor-rolf.com.

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            Naeem Khan

            Delicate embroidery and a blouson bodice feels effortless and romantic.

            Price upon request, naeemkhan.com.

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            Alon Livne White

            Turn up the volume on ruffles and high collars; add an all-over lace hat while you're at it.

            "Natasha" gown, price upon request, livne-white.com.

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            Hermoine de Paula

            Wear the pants, but find a romantic top to complete the look.

            Price upon request, hermoinedepaula.com.

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            Floravere

            Boho bridal is best served in sheer lace and figure-skimming silhouettes, like this dress.

            "L. Knight" gown, $1,675, floravere.com.

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            Halfpenny London

            Opting for a dress with no waistline is a fashion risk worth taking—if the silhouette is luxe in feel and isn't too voluminous.

            "Camden" dress, price upon request, halfpennylondon.com.

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            Yolan Cris

            Festival dressing for your wedding? It looks like this.

            'B' by Yolan Cris, price upon request, yolancris.com.

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            Odylyne the Ceremony

            Pleated, flowy fabrics look best in large doses. This look is case in point.

            "Morgan" cape, price upon request, odylynetheceremony.com.

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            Dana Harel

            Vine motifs read "boho" in all the right ways, and desert, beach, and warm weather weddings are the ideal setting for sheer skirts.

            Price upon request, danahareldesign.com.

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            Claudia Llagostera Atelier

            A crochet top with a minimal skirt is effortless, easy, and laissez-faire without feeling fussy.

            Price upon request, claudiallagostera.com.

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            Galvan

            Lace insert godets on a sexy slip dress make this gown feel more down to earth and less Studio 54.

            "Windmill" gown, $2,550, galvanlondon.com.

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            Dolce & Gabbana

            Yes, a midi dress for the aisle can still feel bridal. Floral embroidery in a midi length is perfect for a spring or fall garden wedding, and will look just as chic with a veil.

            Spring 2019, $10,250, modaoperandi.com.

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            Claudia Llagostera Atelier

            Airy and gauzy fabrics are boho bridal material. Finish the look with a straw hat and go barefoot if you dare.

            Price upon request, claudiallagostera.com.

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            Galia Lahav

            Tonal embroidery adds texture and amps up a nude-toned gown for a look that feels special, yet subtle.

            "Nevis" gown, price upon request, galialahav.com.

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            Inbal Dror

            Be a true bohemienne, and be yourself. Go sheer, show off an enviable frame, and opt for an epic train.

            Price upon request, inbaldror.com.

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            Costarellos

            Prairie dressing for weddings is the fashion-forward take on boho; consider super-high necklines and puff sleeves.

            Spring 2019, price upon request, costarellos.com.

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