The Wardrobe Shop has the vintage-styled dress of your Downton Abbey dreams

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Nataya wedding dress in pink and tea.

If I know you guys at all, I know that y'all adore all things vintage. I know that you especially love vintage-style fashions. And if you combine all that with a (totally healthy!) love of Downton Abbey, I know that some of you are going to flip over our newest sponsor, The Wardrobe Shop.

If you're looking for a vintage-style wedding dress, follow me as I virtually fondle all of the gorgeousness that is The Wardrobe Shop's 1920s, '30s and '40s fashion…

Great Gatsby dress in ivory.
Great Gatsby dress in ivory.

The Wardrobe Shop, and carries vintage wedding dresses made by designer Nataya and inspired by Titanic-era fashions, Downton Abbey, as well as Old Hollywood silent movie star fashions. And the sizes range from small to plus-sizes going up to 3X, so no one need miss out on these beautiful finds.

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New Titanic dress in sage.

You also don't have to restrict yourself color-wise when it comes to these beauties, because tons of The Wardrobe Shop's styles come in a big ol' spectrum of color combinations. Take the Titanic dress: I can't decide if I love the sage, ivory, black, or rose the most. Seriously, I have a dress-boner for this frock so hard.

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Tulle Empress Nataya dress in ivory and gold.

The Wardrobe Shop also has great options for other lady-types in your wedding — from bridesmaids to groom girls to your moms. We have a hard time imagining anyone complaining about having to wear wear these… although, if dresses aren't your or your attendants' thing, The Wardrobe Shop has a great selection of pants, skirts and tops as well.

Othelia Nataya dress in ivory and tea, and ruby.
Othelia Nataya dress in ivory and tea, and ruby.

Ok, so the dresses I've shown in this post are just a tiny sneak peak into the incredible collection of vintage-styles at The Wardrobe Shop. Seriously, put a record on the phonograph, click over to The Wardrobe Shop, and find a wedding dress that even the Dowager Countess of Grantham would love — or at least approve of.

  1. Oh man oh man oh man – these are amazing! I'm seconding your dress-boner really hard. Pun intended?

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  2. I have one of the Titanic Dresses and it's freaking amazing! I can't wait to wear it for my wedding, and then again and again and again. If you want a truly vintage-looking dress, you can't go wrong with Nataya!

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    • I feel the same way!!! They are breathtakingly gorgeous and Romantic.
      Gone were the bustles and corsets that their mothers and grandmothers wore!!! So happy to see this designer as a vendor on here. Best Wishes on your wedding day and with your life!!

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  3. i think a lot of the links are broken for the wardrobe shop-says 404 page not found

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    • Can you tell us which links specifically you've having issues with? They seem to all be working for me…

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  4. I'm confused. Some of these dresses are Ruche.com dresses for $200 less than Ruche sells them. (Example: Ruche's "Claire" is Nataya's "Ballerina dress"). Is that legit?

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    • Like The Wardrobe Shop, Ruche is a boutique — neither of them design or manufacture clothing. Both of them sell Nataya dresses, but each boutique chooses their own prices. The boutiques have the dresses priced differently, but they're the exact same dresses — both made by Nataya. Ruche just gives them a different name (and has chosen a higher price point).

      [This comment has been edited, after The Wardrobe Shop sent me some clarifications.]

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      • I had no idea! Thanks so much for the clarification and for saving me $200 on the "Ballerina Dress" that I am 99.9% sure I'm going to buy for my wedding! Huzzah!

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