I’ve started getting a LOT of DMs on Instagram, asking me, “Where do I find beautiful plus size wedding dresses?”
And, honey, whether you’re looking to drop some $$$ on a plus size wedding dress – or you want something more affordable, I have RECS.
I’ve shared my faves below! Drop me a line if there’s a brand I should add.
Founded by Hannah Nodscov in 2012, Hannah Caroline Couture is THE place to go for brides who want something a little different. Hannah has a line of custom gowns (including a black plus size wedding gown!!), and she also does custom work.
If you’re looking for plus size lace, grecian or column-style gowns – Kiyonna is IT! Kiyonna also has styles appropriate for more conservative or modest brides, with sleeves that are part of the garment – not slapped on afterwards!
I think the dress below would be PERFECT for a beach wedding.
Atlanta-based designer, Ashontay Hubbard, creates beautiful form hugging dresses. Brides view CO as a one-stop shop, ordering custom gowns for bridesmaids, mother-of-the-bride/groom and, of course, a wedding dress!
eShakti makes dresses up to a size 36, but it’s hard to see what they look like on plus models – because their models are thin (cough feedback cough). That said, if you’re looking to spend $100 on a wedding dress, eShakti has some incredible options!
I love this tea-length dress.
5 . ModCloth
Y’all, is there ANYTHING ModCloth can’t do? They have both vintage-inspired, boho and super mod plus size wedding dresses, in almost every length! The lace on this short wedding dress in blush makes me want to die a little.
JIBRI is one of my fave plus indie designers, and they have some AMAZE plus size wedding jumpsuits and dresses. I am such a fan of JIBRI’s signature draping, and this wedding dress has POCKETS.
If you’re into plus size ball gowns or a mermaid wedding dress, Azazie is your new BFF. Many of their dresses have a deeper V, with the needed straps to support brides with bigger busts.And thus ends my favorites! Be sure to join me on Instagram!