The Vintage Bride

Going vintage is going green

I’ve said it so many times that I’m practically boring myself, but what’s true bears repeating: The greenest wedding dress or accesory is the one that already exists. Which is why going vintage is a no-brainer for the eco-stylish bride. <!–more–> Today’s Recycled Bride post on OneWed is all about vintage bridalwear, and I’m giving you the inside scoop on all of my favorite resources for incredible, high-quality vintage wedding dresses and accessories. (I’ve been shopping vintage for years, so these are all shops that I’ve bought from or stalked for a loooooong time.)

Ogle these pics of gorgeous vintage frocks, then check out the info and more vintage wedding dresses, veils, and jewels on OneWed:

Vintage 1950s wedding dresses from Posh Girl Vintage

Vintage 1950s wedding dresses from Posh Girl Vintage

Vintage 1975 Halston Goddess Wedding Dress and Vintage 1935 Ostrich and Beaded Satin Wedding Dress, via The Frock

Vintage 1975 Halston Goddess Wedding Dress and Vintage 1935 Ostrich and Beaded Satin Wedding Dress, via The Frock

Linens, lace, and bridal finery from our neighbors at world-renowned vintage bridal shop Paris 1900

Linens, lace, and bridal finery from our neighbors at world-renowned vintage bridal shop Paris 1900

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7 Comments

  1. Ilove anything vintage and why buy a vintage look when you can get the real thing..Love your Dresses..I have one and a Head pc. I always pick up a few. I cannot help myself……..Thanks for letting me post Jeanne

  2. Not only is the greenest wedding dress or accesory the one that already exists, but I think it’s also the most gorgeous and I’m glad to see that they are making a come back.

  3. I wore a vintage style wedding dress to my wedding. I loved it. I would have rather purchased an authentic dress, however, it was hard enough to find a reproduction in my area.

  4. I love the vintage look and I’m so happy to see that it’s coming back — great blog post..!

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