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Net-A-Porter’s New, Affordable Bridal Collab Starts at $200

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Add Net-A-Porter to the list of brands offering wedding dresses for less than $1,000. The retailer, known for its designer offerings, just unveiled its first bridal collaboration with contemporary British label Needle & Thread and it's surprisingly affordable.

Stylecaster reports that the collection ranges from $230 and $260 bridal crop tops and $210 tulle maxi dress to $1,697 hand-beaded wedding gowns. Mixing and matching bridal separates is key here, and there's also a variety of hem lengths from midi dresses to mini dresses. Find floor-sweeping, embroidered tulle gowns for $800 and long-sleeve options for $1,298.

Needle & Thread founder Hannah Coffin told StyleCaster she designed the collection with the idea that brides could incorporate the gowns into their wardrobes long after the wedding. "She’s looking to invest in something that feels and looks like it’s one of a kind—and yet is able to be styled down so she can wear it again. Why shouldn’t she be able to?" Coffin said.