Punk Rock Brides: Like Regular Brides, With Attitude
What does a punk-rock bride wear to her big day? If designer Stephanie Ward's "Punk Rock Bride" collection is any indication, she wears the same flowey white thing the other brides wear—but with an attitude. Ward writes that she designs for the "bride who is looking for an original, non-traditional wedding dress." To me, these pretty, ruffled, white designs are perfect fit for the bride who wants a different kind of wedding dress—without sacrificing the traditional virginal imagery (or the cost).
Check out Ward's Joey Ramone-inspired off-white silk charmeuse creations, after the jump.
Joan Jett would be right at home with this bride's studded stilletos, passed-out-in-an-alley pose, and French chantilly lace overlay. $3,900.
This silk chiffon sleeve must be inspired by Judy's Ice Capades phase. $3,400.
Johnny Rotten was known to trade in the studded belt for this silk organza beaded band from time to time. $3,100.
If you stare longingly into this dress's silk chiffon ruffle and pleated overlay, you can just make out the outline of the Misfits' iconic fiend skull. Available in off-white. $3,800.
This layered silk ruffle-detail is perfect for the impromptu ceremony held under the highway overpass. $3,400.
Photos courtesy of Punk Rock Bride, LLC.