Calm Amongst The Chaos unveils new bohemian bridal collection

16 Jun 2017

Hampshire bridal boutique, Calm Amongst The Chaos, has launched The White Garden Collection (WGC) and you could win one of the designs

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Featuring six ready-to-wear bohemian bridal gowns, The White Garden Collection from Calm Amongst The Chaos has been designed with the free-spirited bride in mind. 

Inspired by a visit to the White Garden at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent, the collection's designer, Frances Farmer, was intrigued by the story of how the garden had been restored by 1930s poet Vita Sackville West. Vita would sit and write her poetry amongst the magnificent blooms in every shade of white, cream and ivory - the same ethereal palette used for the collection. 

While one dress (in two variations) is named after Vita, the remaining five pay homage to five other British literary greats of the period: Virginia (Woolf) , Bea (Potter), Agatha (Christie), Edith (Nesbit) and Nancy (Mitford).  

Manufactured in a host of lace fabrics, tulles and silks and available in five sizes, the collection offers romantic, fit and flare, or billowing silhouettes to complement the individual style and shape of each and every bride. 

Prices range from £1,795 to £1,995 and dresses take up to five months from date of ordering. For more information, visit www.calmamongstthechaos.co.uk.

To mark the launch, Calm Amongst The Chaos is offering brides-to-be the chance to win their choice of dress from the collection. For your chance to win, simply enter your details on the competition website. For a second chance to win, head to Instagram, search for #MyWGCDress and like one of Calm Amongst The Chaos's competition posts to enter. There are two dresses up for grabs, and 10 runners-up prizes in total.