Stop where you are, dear readers, and take a seat because what we are about to show you might just knock you off your feet. We have the pleasure of being the first in Aus to show off Lola Varma’s delightful new collection, Midnight Sun, released this very morn.

The Perth based minimalist brand has done it again, bringing a serious dose of elegance our way. This fresh batch of gowns and separates has us longing for sweet spring days and a tequila lemonade or five (Its Friday guys). Think clean lines, flowing fabrics and delicate straps. With a splash of vintage glam this collection features statement sleeves and retro belts galore.

Staying true to the ethos of the brand, each piece in the Midnight Sun collection boasts a relaxed confidence. Each gown showcases a few simple yet stunning details that compliment the quality fabrics and the feminine figure. The collection incorporates three new fabrics new to the Lola Varma brand, striped chiffon, a bamboo viscose and a linen silk blend as well as the heavy liquid silks of previous collections.

Bringing our button-up fantasies to life, the Pilar gown is one of our faves. The only way to make this gown more gorge is by pairing it with the tortoiseshell Wiloma belt…perfection. What makes this collection truly lust-worthy, however, is the sheer number of separates. For chic simplicity opt for the Paloma blouse and Delfina skirt. Fancy a sweet sleeve for your big day? The Madena Blouse is your gal. Can’t decide? Get both, obvs. In fact, the range flaunts five tops, three skirts, a belt and a robe so you can mix and match to your heart’s content and you literally CAN’T go wrong.

For an outfit you are looking at between $3800 and $5000. If you need to slip into one of these brand spanking new numbers asap you can shop online here. Alternatively, you can visit the relaxed Lola Varma showroom in Perth or find your closest stockist here (Sydney, South Coast and Canberra brides-to-be… we recommend you shop at the brand spanking new Mrs Fray boutique in Campbell, ACT) Want more? Click here to see Lola Varma in action on our real bride Skye.

Now that’s enough excitement from us. Scroll down and see for yourself…

CREDITS Bridal Gowns Lola Varma Photographer Courtney Illfield Photo Assistant Melissa Mills Stylist Nadia Rosa Models Aude of Viviens Models, Chloe of Chadwick Models, Sara Ramen, Naomi Stevens of Modules Management Hair & Makeup Courtney of TXC Collective, Jacinta McDonald of Gloss Plus.