Bridal Project
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As part of our continuing commitment to create consciously, WED created a series of re-purposed dresses in an elevated presentation of the possibilities of taking apart and giving life to stagnant fabric. Through careful selection of vintage and forgotten wedding dresses, cathedral tulle veils, vintage sequin embellishments, antique lace and crochet cloth, WED build 100% sustainable styles to show what is possible to clients who wish to re-purpose their own wedding dress.

We are looking to work with brides who are interested in taking a sustainable approach to their wedding day. For those who own heirloom wedding dresses in their family that they cherish, but feel the dress is outdated/does not fit/does not suit their personal style can come to WED to repurpose the fabrics of the dress into a WED style.

Any style (dress, top, skirt, trouser etc) that you see on any of our platforms are available to be made into the Bridal Project.

For more information on this special project service, please email info@wed-studio.com


REPURPOSED BOW DRESS

Bow Dress was created with repurposed forgotten wedding dresses and vintage lace.

All pieces were handled with care and taken apart stitch by stitch, pressed and prepared for cutting. 

Using our draped styles, we are able to breathe life into fabrics and dresses destined for landfill or forever boxed under the bed. 


REPURPOSED TIE DRESS

Tie Dress was created with repurposed cathedral tule veils.

All pieces were handled with care and taken apart stitch by stitch, pressed and prepared for cutting.

Using our draped styles, we are able to breathe life into fabrics and dresses destined for landfill or forever boxed under the bed.
REPURPOSED SHORT GATHERED DRESS

Short Gathered Dress was created with repurposed forgotten wedding dresses and vintage lace.

All pieces were handled with care and taken apart stitch by stitch, pressed and prepared for cutting.

Using our draped styles, we are able to breathe life into fabrics and dresses destined for landfill or forever boxed under the bed.