Anthropologie’s BHLDN boutique is perfect for the easygoing bride

Find exclusive designs and collaborations with designers like Badgley Mischka and Jenny Yoo
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Photograph by Ben Rollins

Anthropologie’s bridal boutique, which has landed at the brand’s Westside location, is pronounced “beholden.” Okay, so the name may be fussy, but everything else about this shop-within-a-shop is laid-back. Exclusive designs and collaborations with designers like Badgley Mischka and Jenny Yoo provide easygoing brides (and maids) with fine gowns, shoes, and accessories at palatable prices. Boho-chic style not required. bhldn.com

For the classic bride
The ivory crepe Valentina gown by Badgley Mischka is all sleek simplicity from the front, with a party of loose ruffles in the back. $1,000

For the undecided bride
Not about him, silly—about the dress. This number from Notte by Marchesa goes half formal (lace), half modern (length). $795

For the princess bride
You want a dress that’s big, embellished, and sparkly. Try the Maelin corset and Priya skirt by Watters. $970 (top); $2,730 (skirt)

This article originally appeared in our June 2015 issue.

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