Check out these Wedding Suits for Women and The Most Stylish Options, from Confetti,
Not everyone wants to wear a dress on their wedding day, and we get it.
We’ve rounded up some amazing wedding suits for women to inspire you – whether it’s a sharply tailored jacket and trousers, or a two piece combo with a skirt.
If you’re looking for more ideas, why not browse our edit of the best alternative wedding dresses? You’ll find so many inspiring ideas!
Wedding Suit with Skirt or Trousers – Crystal Bride
Wedding suits for women don’t always mean trousers – and the perk of opting for a suit means you can almost definitely reuse it after your wedding. Maybe not as a full on outfit, but in a mix-and-match style.
These two designs from Crystal Bride demonstrate the diversity of wedding suits for women! We love the chic tailored trouser suit, complete with pearl embellishment along the seams of the trousers and on the collar of the jacket.
If you like the idea of a skirt suit, their slightly less sharply-tailored jacket and skirt combo is the perfect choice. The floaty, feminine tulle skirt is toughened up with the addition of a sleek jacket.
Bianca Jacket & Jumpsuit Combo – Cortana
A wedding jumpsuit is the perfect choice for the stylish bride who is looking for a wedding suit as an alternative to a wedding dress.
We love the flattering draping of the Bianca by Cortana, complete with jacket. It’s less tailored than the previous wedding suit, making it a great option for brides who want a softer look but don’t want to wear a traditional bridal gown.
Skirt and Jacket Wedding Suit – BSS by Safiyya Babayeva
Perhaps you’re looking for some sharp tailoring to add a bit of edge to a wedding dress? We love this look from BSS by Safiyya Babayeva, seen on the London Bridal Fashion Week runway.
The beautiful, full-skirted dress complete with gold bodice is stunning, and the nipped in waist of the jacket adds to the high-fashion feel.
Gold detailing is one of the key wedding dress trends for the year ahead, too!
Wedding Skirt Suit – Louise Bentley
The cute wedding skirt suit from Louise Bentley is ideal for a bride who is not interested in the traditional bride look, but would still like to wear a dress on her wedding day.
The well-cut jacket features embellishment on the cuffs that matches the detail on the dress’s belt, and will add extra coverage for women who don’t want their arms out on their wedding day.
Browse even more wedding jacket options here.
Esparta Dress and Jacket Combo – Cortana
Fashion-loving brides will adore this look from Cortana. The high-necked dress really stands out and is the perfect alternative choice for brides who don’t want a traditional look. Plus, the matching wrap jacket is achingly cool.
If you love this look, browse the most stylish designer wedding dresses for even more ideas.
Two-Piece Wedding Suit – Peony Rice
We love this quirky top and trousers combo from Peony Rice. The wide-leg trousers are super cool, and the pretty lace top gives the look a traditional feel whilst all together, the look is anything but!
Wedding Suit with Train – BSS by Safiyya Babayeva
If you want to make a statement on your wedding day, you need to take a closer look at the top and trouser suit combo from BSS by Safiyya Babayeva.
The fabulous trousers complete with ruffled train will make sure all eyes are on you on the big day – ideal if you want to feel a bit extra. And if you can’t be extra on your wedding day, when can you?!
Brides Who Rocked Wedding Suits
We’ve rounded up some of our favourite brides who opted to rock wedding suits for women – including some celebs! You can get more celebrity inspo in our edit of the best celebrity weddings.
Millie Mackintosh in a Les Heroines Wedding Suit
Millie Mackintosh chose a super cool white wedding suit by Les Heroines for her wedding ceremony to fellow Made in Chelsea Alumni, Hugo Taylor.
Emily Ratajkowski in a Zara Wedding Suit
Model and actress Emily Ratajkowski rocked a mustard-yellow suit from high street favourite Zara for her low-key wedding ceremony. We love that she added an alternative bridal twist by choosing a black hat with a birdcage veil.