This summer, celebrity brides and bridesmaids have favoured twobirds designs for their big day.
When Victoria Pendleton tied the knot last month, her bridesmaids were spotted in amazing pink and purple twobirds dresses. But before them, other celebrity bridesmaids such as The Saturdays’s Mollie King and Lady Gaga had been pictured wearing them.
The adaptable, and very popular, dresses are designed so they can be worn in 15 different ways and it is made to flatter all body shapes, making them a hit!
twobirds dresses are available in three different collections, the Classic, Rosette and Hi-Low. The Classic is available in three lengths and 20 catwalk-inspired colours, perfect for any occasion, while the Rosette adds a little sparkle to the dresses with chiffon rosettes hand-sewn on to the gowns.
The classic collection
The Hi-Low is new to the range this year, and features a stylish, strapless dress available in 20 colours with the possibility of wearing a sash.
All dresses are made and stocked in the UK.
The Hi-Low Gown
Earlier in the summer, Lady Gaga dressed in a twobirds £250 blush pink dress. She chose to wear hers as a halter and revealed a hint of cleavage, while the other bridesmaids looked more demure covering their chests.
Lady Gaga in a twobirds dress
Two of the bridesmaids, including Lady Gaga, accessorised their hair with a big, pink flower to match the rosewater shade of the gowns.
At the end of July, Mollie King wore hers as a one-knot gown tied across the shoulder while her sister opted for the classic halter neck style.
Mollie King at her sister’s wedding, wearing the Classic gown
What do you think of the twobirds dresses? Would you choose them?