We’re Mad for Reformation’s Ethical, Affordable Wedding Collection

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Wedding season is approaching and whether you’re bridesmaid, a guest or the bride herself, there’s reason to rejoice: the always on-point, effortlessly chic and eco-conscious babes at Los Angeles-based brand, Reformation, have got you covered with their brand new Spring 2016 wedding collection.

While a few of us married gals over here at Vilda are lamenting the missed opportunity to wear one of these beauties on our big day, we’re happy that one of our favorite brands is offering up stylish options that are eco-friendly, affordable and will look amazing in your wedding photos twenty years from now. You won’t find Cinderella gowns or aggressive poufs of tulle in this collection – you’ll simply look like yourself.

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Made from completely vegan recycled and surplus vintage fabrics, the silhouettes in the collection have a breezy and ethereal quality. Light and crisp with the perfect fit-to-flow ratio, this collection will make you look a little bit sexy and angelic at the same time. The materials look like something that you would want on your skin – none of that uncomfortable scratchy stuff- and each style offers enough movement to ensure that getting down on the dance floor won’t be a problem.

 

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Aside from their aesthetic appeal, what excites us about these designs is that they are made in a socially and environmentally responsible way. A certified B-Corporation, Reformation adheres to rigorous standards of ethics and sustainability in every aspect of their business, from concept to creation. With commitment to service and community, fair labour practices, sourcing locally whenever possible, and utilising the most efficient green technologies in their factories, among other wonderful things, Reformation girls can walk down that aisle on their wedding day knowing that their purchase helped to perpetuate some positivity in an industry that is often notorious for its wasteful and unethical practices.

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See more here. All photos courtesy of Reformation.

 

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Stephanie Villano

Style Writer

Stephanie works in the surf fashion industry and is based in Newport, Rhode Island. Originally a Bostonian, she is your typical salty New Englander always plotting a warm-weather escape. A vegan currently trying to curb her coffee consumption, Stephanie believes that the elephant is her spirit animal and often prefers the company of cats and dogs to humans. She feels that this is an exciting time for cruelty-free, vegan fashion and looks forward to learning about emerging designers in this niche. Follow her blog for fashion inspiration, adventures in vegan cooking, and general musings at My Kind Closet

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