Can YOU tell the difference between the £ 50 wedding dress and the £ 4,000 wedding dress? The Budget vs Blow Out Quiz with ASOS and Designer Brands will put your knowledge to the test
- FEMAIL looked to retailers and some of the biggest designers to find wedding dresses
- Brands range from Nasty Gal and ASOS to high-end names like Galvan
- Start at £ 25 and work up to £ 3,952 but can you classify them in increasing prices?
FEMAIL has been looking for some of the best dresses on offer as the lockdown restrictions wear off and the bride-to-be is finally able to partake in wedding dress fitting.
Retailer Nasty Gal recently partnered with ASOS, Missguided and Ghost to launch an affordable bridal line, with some of the dresses costing as little as £ 25.
So do you think that having the most expensive dress, priced at nearly £ 4,000, can tell the bargains on the high street from the designer clothes?
Standout pieces including a crystal studded dress with an open back, puff sleeves and a simple sleeveless but elegant dress with a plunging neckline and knotty curtain detail.
Scroll down to take a look at all nine bridal looks, arrange them in ascending order of price, then see your answers below. No cheating!
UNDER £ 50
Nasty Gal Bridal Crinkle Puff Sleeve Maxi Dress, £ 25 (Sale)
Crafted from textured fabric, this high street dress features a round neckline, puffed sleeves, a relaxed maxi silhouette and a zip fastening at the back
UNDER £ 100
ASOS EDITION Satin Paneled Fishtail Wedding Dress, £ 95
This simple yet elegant design features a stunning V-neck design and is sure to make your other half say “I do”.
£ 100- £ 200
Ghost London Bridal Satin Maxi Dress in Ivory, £ 195 (sale)
If boho style is your thing, this dress is likely to be too – with a plunging neckline, sleeveless style, and knotty curtain detail
£ 200- £ 300
The white plunging neckline wedding dress features a layered skirt, satin underlay, and an ornate, beaded finish
£ 400- £ 500
GALVAN LONDON Roxy One-Shoulder Satin Crepe Dress, £ 497 (Sale)
The dress is designed to frame your cleavage. It features satin crepe strap details with a concealed zip
£ 500 +
RETROFÊTE at Net-a-Porter, £ 765
The ‘Marlene’ dress by Retrofête strikes the perfect balance between elegance and glamor on your big day or at one of the events that lead to it
£ 1,000 +
HALFPENNY LONDON at Net-a-Porter, £ 1,600
Crafted from glossy stretch duchesse satin, this sleekly simple ‘Dion’ dress features precisely placed darts to flatter the silhouette and rotates to reveal a classic godet train
£ 2,000 +
Katharine Polke, “GWEN” DRESS, £ 2,289.29
A breathtaking dress with moiré and crystal trim and an open back and puff sleeves by Katharine Polk
£ 3,000 +
ALEXANDRE VAUTHIER, One-shoulder stretch crepe dress with crystal embellishment, £ 3,952.50
Alexandre Vauthier’s dress has a striking one-shoulder neckline that is frosted with light-flooded crystals. It is made in Italy from smooth stretch crepe that is gathered at the waist to accentuate your figure