Suzanne Harward’s Neo-Victorian Collection

Blending together vintage and modern, this capsule collection evokes the romance and femininity of bygone eras and offers a stunning selection of fashion-forward wedding gowns.


Suzanne Harward’s latest collection entitled Neo-Victorian truly deserves its name. Blending together different elements such as high collars and dramatic trains with bohemian laces and seventies-style silhouettes and quirky accessories, the gowns are unique and definite show stoppers! 


If you would rather wear a summer dress with fun accessories over a classical princess-style wedding gown, this collection offers a range of options. It boasts stunning streamlined styles with little or no embellishments, but each dress is impeccably tailored and made from the finest fabrics. Short wedding dresses include a mini white tasselled dress and a black lace frock (perfect for your engagement party) while some gowns feature long trains, elaborate laces and Victorian-style collars. We also loved the soft, column-style gown with a train and an oversized white bloom attached at the front, and a seventies-inspired dress with plunging neckline flared sleeves and a choker collar.


Suzanne Harward’s Neo-Victorian collection can be purchased online with free worldwide shipping at the newly-designed website. If you want to see the collection in the flesh, you can attend a private Trunk Show from 26th to 28th of February at Sydney’s Establishment hotel. Brides-to-be attending this event will receive styling guidance from one of the professional couture stylists!

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