Now you know we love to blog a lookbook guys. And Mariana Hardwick’s latest collection, Incarnation, is one of our faves right now. I mean, scroll down and take a look for yourself. You’ll be scrolling, and scrolling, and er, scrolling. Because this beautiful bridal brand has been around for a while, friends- we’re talkin’ over three decades here- and they know how it’s done.

Dresses for days (there’s over 15 different gowns below) with back, front and side shots, that not only ensure you see every inch of the gowns, but show off a couple of their options too- sleeve/ no sleeve/ detachable skirt, etc. Layered lace, silk satin and intricate beading are just a few of the details that create what is special about Incarnation. The collection is made up of Ready to Wear and Made to Measure, and the quality is second to none.

And we would know! We just visited their Melbourne boutique for the Designer Profile in our latest issue. If you’re keen to hear the brand’s story, and what they are up to now, search for your nearest stockist here or shop online with Mag Nation. We were blown away by the space, and the workshop upstairs, where a team of talented women are literally creating the gowns on the spot. Prices start from $3500- $8000 with the ability to be made in a vast range of sizes.

You can shop selected styles online, however, if you wish to get your hands on these gowns, do yourself a solid and book an appointment at their flagship Melbourne boutique. Sydney brides, you’ll find Mariana Hardwick at Hope X Page and international stockists are found here.

And if you’re keen to see the designer dresses on a real bride, check out Olivia & Adrian’s West Melbourne wedding for some serious inspo. Now go on. Enough from us… Get scrolling!

CREDITS Bridal Gowns Mariana Hardwick Photos Monique Malone Hair & Makeup Nadine Muller Model Linnea Grondahl, Chic