How Much Does ModCloth's Bridal Collection Cost? These Pretty Styles Won't Break The Bank

ICYMI — ModCloth has launched a bridal collection, so if you've long been searching for wedding attire that doesn't compromise on either style or affordability, you're in luck. The popular fast-fashion retailer follows the example of others, like Free People and ASOS, who have also dabbled in the wedding sector as of late. Now that women have yet another option for budget-friendly wedding fashion, there is just one question left to ask — how much does ModCloth's bridal collection cost? These gorgeous styles definitely won't break the bank.

According to the brand's website, the vintage-inspired bridal gowns start as low as $150 and only go as high as $415, with about 30 styles to choose from that go way beyond the traditional long white wedding dress. The bridal boutique doesn't stop at brides, though, it caters to basically all your wedding needs, including bridesmaids dresses, wedding guest dresses, jewelry and accessories, lingerie, and even gifts.

Bridesmaids gowns range from $64.99 to $300, offering a wide variety of styles and colors at varying price points. There truly is something for everyone. The footwear is even less expensive, starting at $34.99 and capping at $148.99 —that's practically a steal.

Take a look at some of the most inexpensive, stunning styles.

Own The Ceremony Dress, $175, modcloth.com

Classic and elegant.

Ready, Set, Romance Dress, $150, modcloth.com

Boho-chic at its finest.

Fete of The Union Dress, $150, modcloth.com

Loving the ivory.

Much Ado About Stunning Dress, $129.99, modcloth.com

Gorgeous bridesmaids gown for just over $100? Yes, please.

Do As I Sway Dress, $100, modcloth.com

I can barely handle the pretty.

Supreme Gleaming Earrings, $19.99, modcloth.com

The perfect delicate earring to bling a little bit of glitz to your wedding day look.

Sway To Your Heart Heel, $54.99, modcloth.com

These lace-embossed heels are everything.

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