The ultimate guide to trying on your dresses at home

 
Not able to visit our London showroom but don’t want to miss out on the trying on experience?
We bring you the ultimate trying on at home guide, full of fun cocktail recipes to make with your best girls or guys, a playlist for you to listen to, videos on how to style our dresses, how to care for your dresses and much more! 

MUSIC

Received your dresses and want some music to listen to whilst trying them on? Click the link below for a playlist curated by team Rewritten of all of our favourite songs!

Click here

 

COCKTAILS TO MAKE WITH YOUR GIRLS

Strawberry and Vanilla Sparkler by Craft Gin Club

2 fresh strawberries
35ml gin
15ml vanilla syrup
10ml lime juice
75ml sparkling wine, to top up

Slice your two fresh strawberries and pop them into a cocktail shaker. Muddle gently, then add the gin, vanilla syrup and lime juice. Add some ice, shake well and strain into a cocktail coupe, flute or Champagne saucer. Top with sparkling wine and garnish to serve.

Cotton Candy Champagne Cocktail by Lauren Conrad

Cotton Candy (Candy Floss)
Champagne
St. Germain Liqueur 

Place a bit of cotton candy inside your glass. Add a splash of St. Germain, and then fill to the top with Champagne.

Sweet and simple! 

 

HOW TO STYLE

Trying on your dress at home and not sure if you've got the straps sitting right or how to tie the sash on your Brooklyn? Luckily for you we've created a whole series of videos on How to Style each of our dresses. 

You can find these videos on our Instagram Reels, TikTok or Youtube channel.

 

HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR DRESSES

One thing we know you'll love is that all of our dresses can be machine washed - you don't need to get them dry cleaned after the wedding so its super easy (especially if you've spilled your wine from all that dancing!)

Find more on our Care Guide here.

SUSTAINABILITY

We are not purveyors of fast fashion and fundamentally believe that a bridesmaids dress should be worn more than once rather than being relegated to the back of the wardrobe, we like to call it sustainable bridesmaids dressing.

Read more about our ethos here.


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