Only 2 Weeks Left in Our Annual Sale!

We are half way through our October Sale, and the dresses are flying off the rails!

Almost every dress in the shop is reduced for one month only, to make way for our new collections arriving in November and December.

Wedding dresses from £99. Designers Maggie Sottero, Donna Salado and Benjamin Roberts are all on sale at fantastic prices. Ex-sample party dresses. Shoes & Tiaras at £20 each.

We also have Bridesmaid Dresses on Sale.

All our short bridesmaid dresses are reduced from £30 (no sets).
Next season’s trend is to mix and match your bridesmaids, so now is a perfect time to grab your bridesmaid dresses…

Feel free to pop in and browse for your bridesmaid dresses anytime you wish.

Selling Dreams: 30 Years in the Bridal Business

Lastly, have a read of our latest HELLO! blog post which just went live here! We tell where it all began for Brides by Solo, and what secrets we’re about to spill next…

We look forward to welcoming you all to Brides by Solo soon. Only 2 weeks of our October Sale left! Please remember we are appointment only for Wedding Dresses, so call us on 01638 661648 to reserve your sale appointment today!

Our Annual Sale Ends on 31st October 2014

Odette & the Brides by Solo team x







Payment Plans on Bridal Attire

We offer all our brides an INTEREST FREE payment plan on bridal attire. This means they can spread the costs for their wedding for up to two years. We start as low as £50 a month and take cash, cheque, debit or credit cards. If you come and chose your dream wedding dress 18 months before your wedding date you can start paying it off each month but we can delay your measuring until nearer the wedding date in case you change shape. A 50% deposit is required to order dresses, so once you’ve hit the 50% mark you can order your dress any time after that. The above also applies to bridesmaid dresses, these can also be paid on an interest free payment plan.

Why not ask a friend/relative to buy your wedding shoes, veil, tiara or garter as a birthday or Christmas present?