Shop discounted wedding dresses on sale. Starting at half price at ASOS, Coast, John Lewis and more are offering incredible discounts and deals on wedding dresses, thanks to the January sale.
Every bride deserves the dress of her dreams, and thanks to the January sales, you can buy the most beautiful and expensive wedding dresses at a fraction of the price. ASOS, Rating, john lewis, Selfridges and others are offering the most amazing discounts right now – and if you’re planning your nuptials for 2022, you won’t want to miss this!
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From lace wedding dresses to long-sleeved designs, from sequin-embellished styles to boho wedding dresses, there’s something for every type of bride – which one will you choose?
The best wedding dresses in the January sales 2022
Layered Tulle Maxi Skirt, was £129 NOW £103.20, Rating
Part of Coast’s wedding dress collection, this tulle maxi skirt can be worn alone or layered with the rest of the collection to create a truly one-of-a-kind gown. Designed with a contrasting black bow waistband, it’s giving us major Carrie Bradshaw vibes.
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Jenny Yoo crepe wedding dress, was £1160 NOW £928, Selfridges
Designed for the less traditional bride, Jenny Yoo’s bridal collection seeks to challenge the status quo. Crafted from an ultra-lightweight crepe, the Marley dress combines an elegant fit and flare silhouette with unique details including an alluring plunging back, flowing spaghetti straps, oversized bow and flowing train.
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Textured Tulle Bandeau Maxi Dress, Was £269 NOW £134, Rating
Live a Cinderella moment in Coast’s textured tulle maxi dress, which was 50% off during the January sale. Classic and feminine, the bandeau bodice blends gracefully into a voluminous princess skirt worthy of a fairy tale.
Long Sleeve Maxi Dress with Trail, was £199 NOW £159.20, Rating
An ideal choice for the minimalist bride, this long sleeve wedding dress embodies a less is more philosophy. Available in a luxurious ivory hue, the fitted bodice, flattering square neckline and open back add to its effortless charm. We’re particularly obsessed with the flowy fishtail hemline that will trail like a dream down the aisle.
Plunging Lace Wedding Dress, was £135 NOW £87.75, ASOS
Say yes to ASOS’ lace wedding dress! Now 54% off the January sale, the plunging neckline, delicate cap sleeves and pleated skirt are the very definition of romance.
Long Sleeve Off The Shoulder Lace Wedding Dress, Was £150 NOW £112.50, ASOS
Channel Kate Middleton in this embellished lace wedding dress that features understated long sleeves, a pleated skirt and buttoned back.
One Shoulder Sequin Maxi Wedding Dress in White, Was £245 NOW £145, Chi Chi London
Bring a touch of Hollywood glamor to your big day with this sequin-embellished wedding dress from Chi Chi London. Reduced by 40% during the January sale, you’ll also get free worldwide delivery on all orders over £100.
Embellished bodice maxi dress, was £250 NOW £100, Needle and Thread
One of Kate Middleton’s go-to brands, the Needle & Thread champagne dress is sure to wow your guests. Dotted with sparkling floral sequins in romantic hues of pink and lilac, it’s crafted from voluminous layers of tulle to create dramatic movement as you walk.
Halter Neck Long Lace Wedding Dress, Was £140 NOW £105, ASOS
Perfect for summer weddings, this lace halter top offers a 25% saving with the January sale.
Cream wedding dress, was £295 NOW £148, Phantom
Bohemian brides will love the stunning cutout neckline of the Rosa dress from Ghost, a favorite brand of Holly Willoughby and Kate Middleton.
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