Stone Fox Bride Serves Up the Ultimate Anti-Wedding Bridal Gowns
With a tagline like "F*ck weddings," you know you're in for a treat. Stone Fox Bride released its Spring 2013 lookbook this week, featuring designer Pamela Love lip-locking with none other than Jemima Kirke — also known as Jessa Johansson from Girls. While it may be considered a strong statement (with same-sex marriage laws being debated as we speak), it also simply highlights the elegance and grace of two women together, wearing beautifully crafted dresses.
If you're a bride who essentially hates all things bridal, then Stone Fox Bride is your go-to for beautiful nonwedding wedding dresses. The brand eschews "anything puffy or fluffy, stiff flowers, and pink cupcakes" and is more for the backyard barbecue bride than the stuffy princess type. We love how the line celebrates "looking like a more radiant version of your regular self," and prioritizes being cool and comfortable over everything else. Each custom-made dress is hand-draped in New York and made with fabrics sourced from Italy, India, and France. Stone Fox Bride has a plethora of colors to choose — you can even dream up your own ombré combination — in addition to tons of lengths, silhouettes, and styles. With evocative style names like The Frida, The June Carter, and, of course, The Jemima, each gown has a cool, laid-back personality of its own. If you prefer floral crowns to traditional veils and long and lacy rather than big and poufy, then this is the bridal line for you. Click through now to see all of Stone Fox Bride's stunning Spring gowns.