This is the most popular wedding dress from ASOS (and it’s on sale)

There are so many factors that make a wonderful wedding – the venue, the food, the flowers, the music… we could go on. But one of the most exciting parts (in our opinion, anyway) is the bride’s outfit. While some brides prefer to wear a voluminous ballgown reminiscent of Princess Diana’s record-breaking dress, there’s been a clear shift in bridal trends since the pandemic.

Nowadays, it’s not uncommon for people to opt for a more low-key look on their big day. Not only are brides increasingly choosing to rent their wedding dress rather than fork out a fortune on their perfect style, but they’re ditching the traditional white dress in favour of simpler designs, jumpsuits, suits and co-ords.

Nowadays, you can pick up a wedding day outfit from the likes of ZARA, Whistles, LK Bennett and Rixo, which has created its very own #BridesOfRixo hashtag as so many customers have taken the modern and versatile approach to wedding attire. In fact, ASOS was ahead of the game in launching a purse-friendly bridal collection way back in 2016, and it’s still going strong.

ASOS reported that it sold a whopping 1.5 million bride and bridesmaid dresses in 2021, and there was one style in particular that was a hit – the Iris Dress was bought by 15,000 customers last year.

asos wedding dress

ASOS EDITION Iris long sleeve lace bodice maxi wedding dress with pleated skirt, £150 (was £112.50), ASOS

It features long, lace sleeves, a lace bodice, open back with button neck closure, crew neckline, pleated skirt and a zip fastening on the back.

The Iris style is available in sizes 4-18 and has been rated 4.1 stars out of 5 by shoppers. And just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, the bestselling ASOS wedding dress is on sale right now, costing just £112.50. In comparison to other bridal dresses on the market, that’s pretty impressive.

asos wedding dress
Asos

Some of the five star reviews left by happy customers say that the fit was ‘perfect’, even when they were four months pregnant, and the dress was ‘beautiful’.

A beautiful wedding dress for less than £120? Bargain!