Pleat Wave: Loeffler Randall’s Spring 2023 Wedding Collection Is For Cool Brides Everywhere

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For Spring 2023, Loeffler Randall Co-Founder and Creative Director Jessie Randall looked to London for inspiration, as seen in a lookbook photographed on the streets of England that captures the brand’s effortless sense of elegance for modern-day brides. The assortment expands upon the label’s signatures, from the world-famous pleats to the wearability, with luxurious new finishes that are nothing short of chic. The hand-painted botanical prints feel fit for an alfresco wedding in the English countryside, while the delicate ruffled sandal sculpted in pearl organza will send hearts aflutter with every step down the aisle, and the Regencycore-worthy diamanté and rhinestone-flecked styles are the crown jewels of the collection (and will certainly light up the dance floor).

Indeed, there is something for everyone, including something blue: The baby blue hue is cropping up in fresh silhouettes, like the Mikel with a sturdy block-heel (perfect for running off toward the sunset together toward a faraway idyll) and also in unexpected places in the form of subtle piping along a statement-making bag with outsize bow. The biggest news for Spring, quite literally, just may be the sky-high, six-inch Selina platforms. For the bride who wants to break with tradition or break new ground, these will set her big day apart even at a smaller affair, like a civil ceremony when paired with a veiled headband in cream Italian satin.

In celebration, Over The Moon editors curated these and more of their favorite ways to style the new Loeffler Randall Spring 2023 Bridal collection, from the engagement party to the rehearsal dinner to the “I dos!”

“Grace Kelly will always be the ultimate muse, and this reinterpretation is a relaxed, modern-day spin on princess bride. Grounded with Loeffler Randall platforms, famously made with 400 organza pleats per pair, makes this feel all the more regal.” –Alexandra Macon, Founder & CEO

“Leave it to Loeffler Randall to update a centuries-old tradition and a brand signature with their spin on something blue: an It bag with pastel trim and an a oversize bow (a detail oft seen in smaller, though no less storied, proportions since day one.” –Kelly Russell, Styling Director

“Being on the petite side, I’m always on the lookout for a platform: the higher, the better. I’ve searched far and wide, and Loeffler’s six-inch ‘Selina’ is by far the most comfortable of the chunky-sole shoe trend. Coupled with their padded headband, fashion-forward brides will stand that much taller at the altar.” –Grace Givens, Head of Brand Relations & Product Curation

“As a bride-to-be who just got back from her own bach in Tulum, this naturally struck a chord with me. Not only would the lamé dress look great with a tan, as OTM’s artist in residence, the hand-painted floral accessories take it to a whole new level of lovely.” –Tani Greenspan, Affiliate & Merchandising Associate

“This smocked organza look gives new meaning to ‘dressed to frill.’ It’s a statement all on its own, though a pleated clutch and ruffled sandal tie it together with an extra layer of luxe from top to toe.” –Emilie Ghilaga, Buying Director

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