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A Dress for Every Season

Georgia Rossiter

From trends to weather, the seasons carry lots of influence over the wedding style world.

Here are some of our favourite seasonal wedding dresses to help inspire your search for the perfect one. The best part? They’re all from local boutiques and stores so you can try them on as soon as possible.

Summer

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A refreshing, modern neckline and a mermaid cut skirt are features of this summer wedding style. The elegant lace matches perfectly with every wedding setting; a quaint little church outside of the city, or an outdoor event beside the water.

The sleeveless design leaves you to dance the night away while the summer breeze cools your skin.

Find the Ashley Bridal Gown at Nicole Miller online or in store, $1800.

Autumn

 

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Autumn is the time when leaves fall and romance blooms. Stay with the romantic tone in the Isla Gown from Lisa Gowing. With a full A-line tulle skirt and a detailed and intricate bodice, you’ll radiate against the autumn chill as you walk down the aisle.

Find the Isla Dress at David Jones at Canberra Centre, $1744.50.

Winter

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From Karen Willis Holmes comes a dress that weds modern style with warmth and grace. The full-length sleeves, high boat neckline and heavy fabric promise you the magical winter wonderland wedding you’ve always dreamed of. For more information on the Paris dress visit their website or enquire at Annabel’s Bridal about Karen Willis Holmes’ designs.

Spring

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The blooming flowers of spring inspire the hand embroidered floral designs of this Akira gown. The strapless neckline and full skirt create a timeless silhouette and you’ll forever be reminded of the blossoming trees on your wedding day by the floral embroidery.

Look for Akira’s Hand Embroidered Strapless Gown at David Jones at Canberra Centre, $999.50.

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Georgia Rossiter

Georgia Rossiter is an almost Canberra local, hailing from the nearby town of Cooma in the Snowy Mountains. She's currently undertaking a Journalism and International Studies Double Degree at the University of Wollongong but still visits Canberra/Cooma regularly for holidays and work. She loves Canberra not only for its’ city vibe and abundance of activities but also because she can find her way around without using her GPS too much (which she cannot say for Wollongong). In her spare time, Georgia is an avid reader and music enthusiast whose goal is to attend as many concerts as her schedule and uni student budget allows. More about the Author

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