Raggatt Bridal Wedding Gown Collection

by | Bride, Fashion


In a world where fashion is fast and trends ever-changing, there is one trend we hope is so much more. Slow, sustainable fashion, Considered, curated and made with the impact on planet earth in mind. And so today, we introduce you to Melbourne brand Raggatt, a made to order label that is designing beautiful wedding gowns in a completely sustainable way.

Designed and made in Melbourne, Raggatt is all about using couture techniques to create modern pieces. The lines are bold, the design minimal, the collection completely speaking to brides that want something bold, something stunning, and something that completely supports the local industry. There are bold, sculptural sleeves, dramatic capes and circular bodices – all embracing the bold line design ethos of the brand that focuses on the way that fabric folds., And they’re made using the most beautiful of fabrics- silks, silk crepe de chines, silk organza, even velvet silks.

Designer Naomi honours the Australian landscape through the detail, because, when included it’s minimal and considered embroidery of Australia flora alongside beautiful pearls and beading of native blooms. And in keeping with everything sustainable, the brand makes each piece to order, so not only does this minimise waste, but it’s completely custom made – just for you! And as with everything slow fashion, sustainable and built with the earth in mind, that’s totally something we can get behind!

Raggatt, gowns are available to view by appointment. Make one by visiting their website.


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  • Liz says:
    September 18, 2019 at 8:48 pm

    Gorgeous! These dresses are absolutely stunning. I’m a huge fan of the Raggatt womenswear pieces: they are stylish, high-quality and look always look great. Really wishing these wedding dresess had been around when I got married 9 years ago!

    • Ms Fleur de Lys says:
      September 19, 2019 at 9:29 am

      Such a refreshing change from usual wedding gowns aren’t they Liz?! We love the cape-y silhouettes and the oversized pearl details.



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