On Thursdays we spread a little love for our #Yorkshire issue, because, well it’s freaking fabulous, and in our current issue we have some of the BEST bridal fashion around. Not only do we have HUGE international design houses and regional labels, we also have the most stylish and unique boutiques. One we’ve been dying to introduce you to is Glory Days, which stocks the most gorgeous label, Rolling In Roses.
Rolling in Roses is a Yorkshire-based bridal design label, specialising in free-spirited one-off bridal creations that are beautifully crafted and simply captivating. A refreshing alternative to the high street, the label presents a collection of gowns that are stylish yet understated; chic yet easy to wear.
Inspired by bygone styles of the 20th century and given their signature bohemian twist, the results are young, fresh and graceful and exquisitely crafted from yoryu chiffon, silks, satins and the finest laces. They don’t do uncomfortable tulle or restrictive boning.
All gowns are handmade in Yorkshire, meaning they have complete control over the quality of the workmanship. They also recycle all their fabric offcuts, and strive to run their business as ethically as possible.
The name ‘Rolling In Roses’ is taken from an early Patti Smith poem; colloquially known as ‘the godmother of punk’, she embodies their ethos of designing for the offbeat, sophisticated and fiercely independent bride. Finding a label this cool, this cost-effective and this stylish feels like an exciting discovery… And it is!
Rolling in Roses is available exclusively from Glory Days boutique in York, which is run by the collection designer and vintage devotee Hayley Claire Neil.
There are two collections thus far: the Cynthia Rose and Zena May.
T: 01904 652892
Cromwell House, 31 Micklegate, York, YO1 6JH