Brock fans, rejoice! A new Brock Collection for Over The Moon capsule has arrived. With more than a dozen special occasion dresses to choose from, plus bows to match, there’s something for the wedding and wedding-related events. While many brides-to-be will find their dream dress in the Quarrie with cascading bow straps and sweeping train, we think all of these styles should have an important place in any bridal trousseau.
Here, the best sartorial recommendations from Over The Moon’s ultimate Brock bride style guide.
In shirred white taffeta, the Devon is chic yet comfy. It’s perfect for ringing in your engagement or for a trip to City Hall to sign your marriage license. Lace accessories—like a birdcage veil and pointed flats—will give this look an added layer of texture.
Gather the special ladies of your life and celebrate your bride-to-be status in the Daria. The tiered ruffles look all the more sweet with a fancy ribbon tied in your hair and a bejeweled clutch to match.
Don’t want to go so bridal white to your bridal shower? Or maybe you’re having more than one shower and and need another look? Our recommendation is the Devon. The shirred design is super flattering, and in colder temps, pop on a cardigan to layer up.
Wear the Davi dress fully off-the-shoulder or one strap on and one strap off, for an “edgier” look—as edgy as one can be in florals. With your hair half-up, it leaves room for glamorous pearl drop earrings to catch the light.
Walk through the ceremony in the Olya. Crafted from violet jacquard fabric from Italy, it will feel right at home as sit down to dinner with your nearest and dearest. Wear sparkly earrings with your heart swept up to show off the velvet bow detail at the back of the dress.
For an all-lace co-ord look, pair the Emilie top with the matching Alexandra skirt—named after our buying director and CEO—and top the ensemble off with the Charlie Bow.
The Daria dress can be your “something blue” for those tying the knot in an intimate setting. Make the pink micro-florals pop with a blush-colored veil—and after you’ve popped the Champagne, place the bottle in your new personalized ice bucket with your new married name.
Maid of Honor & The Little Attendants
Before the bride takes her walk down the aisle, any of maid of honor would complement a floral-lined aisle in the Olya dress. Tie your hair back with the Charlie Bow, so no stray strands distract you from making sure the ring bearer and flower girl haven’t run off.
For the bride who dreams of a romantic look for her walk down the aisle, look no further than Quarrie gown. The bow straps and tiered lace detailing is both classic and contemporary. Complete the enchanting look with minimal jewelry and a cathedral-length veil.
Romantic Garden Wedding
With all the Bridgerton vibes you could ever want, the Gloria’s empire waist, puff sleeves, and floral lace design are perfect for walking down an aisle lined with seasonal blooms. Put a sweeping cathedral veil on and subtle flower studs, and you’re ready to say I do!
English Countryside Wedding
Embrace your playful yet traditional side in the white Daria gown with Chantilly ivory lace ruffling. Before you head to the altar, the smallest wedding attendants will look adorable in their blue flower girl and ring bearer looks. And then it’s your turn! Choose a fun “something blue” to finish the look: sapphire earrings, a blue floral hair bow, or delicate slides.
Run off into the sunset in a pink floral dress with the perfect mix of romance and adventure. Play up the rosy disposition with accessories, like a pink pearlescent bag and handcrafted earrings featuring two love birds—one for you and your significant other.