Awesome two piece wedding dresses that you'll never not re-wear #Fashion Advice#boho weddings#dress#gold dress#wedding dress with sleeves July 6 2016 | Megan Finley Horowitz meggyfin There is literally NO world in which I would not wear BHLDN's Bianca top and the Ahsan skirt again I'm highly attracted to the idea of wearing a two piece wedding dress. I love the fact that it means I could easily re-wear both pieces again and again. Maybe wear the big wedding skirt to a fancy holiday party? Maybe wear the wedding top, dressed down with some jeans to a summer BBQ. Endless possibilities to incorporate my wedding outfit into my daily wardrobe. So I've been scouring the interwebs for awesome two piece wedding dresses, and I thought I'd share the fashion inspo… Nightingale dress, by Emily Riggs Bridal The Kensington, from Carol Hannah's Gatsby collection, is so simple and yet so gorgeous. I love Clair's amazing two piece wedding dress from this Edinburgh garden wedding. Photo by Lauren McGlynn. I found this two piece ballgown from Nordstrom in their Prom dress section. This ombre Steampunk fairytale wedding dress, from KMK Designs, is one of my favorite corset + skirt wedding combos of all time. The Callie Set from Free People Pair this Matilda skirt from Watters with ANYTHING, and it'll look amazing. The Stella Two Piece Set from Free People Yes, I Pinned this two piece wedding dress from Rime Arodaky. No, I do not know how to find out where to buy it. Grrrr. There's also this awesome caftan/romper combo that would look amazing as a wedding dress. I'm still flipping out over this two piece wedding dress from Wedding Dress Fantasy! Okay, you've seen MY favorite two piece wedding dresses. Now I want to see yours! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Megan Finley Horowitz When Megan's not writing, traveling, and sleeping, she's eating like the fate of the world depends on it. (You're welcome, world!) You can snoop into her personal life over on her website The Dash and Dine! @meggyfin @thedashanddine @meggyfin PREVIOUS I'm single! Who should I bring as my plus one? NEXT See the most beautiful backyard greenhouse wedding (with self-uniting musical ceremony!) Show/Hide comments [ 9 ] The ombre dress is so gorgeous! <3 Reply The hair completes it!! Reply It is amazing; only issue is the top of the skirt is just a simple cotton and elastic so re-wearing it with other tops tucked in isn't an option without getting it altered. I ordered just the skirt and crinoline for my wedding and had my amazing seamstress put a gathered cotton waistband that matches the satin (she also took out the horsehair that made the crinoline comically puffy on my 5'3" body.) Reply I love the gold top and tule skirt combo, especially the top, the combo of the fancy razzle dazzle sequins and the casual t-shirt style is really funky and mega re-wearable. Also that kind of swing style top is great for a) actually being able to sit down in and b)accommodating a bellyfull of wedding food, important considerations! Separate tops and bottoms are easier to transport and care for too. Reply Gorgeous wedding gowns. I love when brides have options, and wish more wedding gown designers would include two piece gowns in their lines. Reply However these outfits could be put together from prices purchased separately and not necessarily from bridal shops. Also a tulle skirt is less a challenging DIY project that a full on gown and could be combined with a bought top, all of which guarantees something very original and probably budget friendly! Reply I love the idea of bridal separates! I'be been enjoying the online catalog for Lace & Liberty, which specializes in this department. Bonus: they customize the garments to fit you! https://www.laceandliberty.com Reply Some of those are gorgeous, but the sign up for our newsletter pop up on every single page makes it very hard to navigate. I don't have a wedding date, silly website, I'm just here to ogle! Reply Hi Hannah, Thanks for sharing our bridal separates! We have a whole new collection coming out and would love to show you our new designs if you are still looking. =) Let us know! Sorry about the email sign up pop up message, we had some bug that's fixed now. Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! 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