10 Stunning Designs From The Charlotte Simpson Couture Line
Simple, chic and sophisticated, the lines of a Charlotte Simpson wedding gown are precisely posh and insanely beautiful. Although you can get your dress made to order, we’re showing off these 10 stunning designs from the couture line first. Gather inspiration or pluck one of them for yourself!
Minimalist brides will love Charlotte Simpson’s couture line. Although the London-based designer hasn’t released a new collection since 2017, her designs would still work for a variety of weddings today.
From simple civil weddings to a small beach elopement, there’s a gown made for the modern bride. Each gown boasts clean lines, sleek fabrics and sophisticated silhouettes for an overall refined look and feel. Let’s dive right into the elegant designs that we know you’ll love.
We love when the front and back of a gown compliment each other, and this gown is no exception.
We have another sleeveless wedding dress, this time in a sheath silhouette, and a matching v-neck and v-back. The straps are a little thicker on this gown (hello, comfy everyday bra) and a simple thick belt adds dimension.
It’s hard to tell in the photo, but the hemline features small beading detail for an intricate touch along the chapel train. This gown has the perfect look and feel for a traditional church wedding or a destination wedding on the beach. It’s very soft, flowy and elegant with a timeless aesthetic.
For the bride that’s looking for something modest but with contemporary touches, this long-sleeve wedding dress is a contender.
The gown boasts a high neckline and a column silhouette, and the seams at the hips help elongate the bride’s form. A thin belt at the natural waist adds visual interest while the square open back is both modern and classic.
This option is great for the bride that doesn’t want any embellishments, but values a clean, chic design. It’s definitely giving us slight Jackie O vibes—just add a pillbox hat or a birdcage veil for a vintage touch.
Here’s another long-sleeve wedding dress option but with regal flair. This A-line gown has a dreamy v-neck and chapel train and the sparkly beaded belt really accentuates the bride’s waist. It’s a dazzling addition to the overall minimalist look.
Adding a sparkly tiara or headpiece would really complete this modern yet royal-inspired gown. It’s very feminine compared to the other gowns in the collection and we love it.
We imagine a white winter wonderland wedding for this style, and decadent red roses covering the tablescapes. If you can swing a castle for your wedding venue, go for it.
For a polished, sophisticated look, this strapless wedding gown is a winner. The gown is one of the most simple out of the collection, featuring a column silhouette and small stud detail on the bodice.
It’s a great option if you don’t want a train, there’s just a small ankle-high slit on the back of the skirt. This allows you to put some thought into what type of shoes you want to wear—flats for comfort or heels to show off!
If you feel like you’re missing the train, adding a voluminous overskirt would do the trick. Plus, it’s versatile for a two-in-one wedding-day look.
Modest meets modern with this next wedding dress. The gown boasts unique ¾-sleeves and a high neckline. Beaded detail around the natural waist accentuates the bride’s figure and a small slit in the covered back is a touch of sexy.
For the real show-stopper here—a wrap skirt with a large slit and court train. It’s definitely a feature that’s sure to turn a few heads as you walk down the aisle.
We’d add a few bracelets to accent the wrists, and a small choker necklace to match the simple bodice.
Our final couture gown is a beautiful sleeveless column number with a boat neckline. A small belt at the natural waist creates a more sculpted silhouette.
Although the dress doesn’t have any embellishments, it’s far from simple. You can’t see from the front, but the back detail is truly unique. The open back features illusion panels to create a super-cool geometric shape.
We love this look for Art Deco-inspired nuptials in a museum or a building with exposed brick on the interior. If you’re keen on wearing a veil, look for something with sequin or beaded detail at the bottom to add interest.