Or buy a wedding dress for no apparent reason.
As far as guilty pleasures go, Instagram
stalking, err, scrolling, ranks pretty high. We could spend hours viewing tiny puppies playing together or looking at bloggers’ beautiful feeds, often forgetting we’ve got places to go, people to see. And, oh—don’t get us started on accounts that feature photos of wedding apparel. Classic, boho, or just fashion-forward, we love ’em all—and we’re betting you will too.
Even if you’ve already said I do, there’s something about seeing jeweled embellishments sewn throughout a ruffled white dress that can brighten up the day. So we’ve rounded up the best brands to follow based on style preference. Go on, get that thumb ready; you’ve got a lot of scrolling to do.
Would you expect anything less from this red carpet favorite? Expect to see a lot of lace and modified A-line gowns.
If your dream is to have a wardrobe straight out of Mad Men, you’ll most likely love the offerings from Lela Rose. Even wedding pants become girly as the designer mixes them with peplum tops and birdcage veils.
If long, poufy trains are your thing, get ready to be in your glory—that’s what this bridal brand does best.
When blogger Dulceida got married in a princess-like gown, we were stunned—but her fiancé’s jumpsuit and jacket combo from this brand (pictured) still stole the show.
Not really into the whole bride-y bride thing? These dresses (and sets and jumpsuits) are casual, but still get the point across.
Pronovias is so trendy, it often uses bloggers as models. Plus, check out that cape!
In between the customized creations and more classic looks, you’ll find a dress that’ll make you say “I think I’d pair that one with boots.”
The caption for the above photo reads, “Asymmetrical, why not?” Because really, why not?!
One scroll through this account and you’ll start to think all the sparkle in the world couldn’t possibly be as breathtaking as these simple lace dresses.
It’s not just minimalism, it’s French girl minimalism, which honestly just makes those layered and cap-sleeved designs infinitely cooler.
This feed is full of billowing, ruffled, printed dresses, and the bridal designs—which feature the same details—fit right in.
Hey there, hippie—these dresses are beyond dreamy. Nothing is tight or stuffy, and you can totally picture each bride being able to dance on her big day. Which is exactly how it should be.
Bo & Luca
Nearly every design has fun sleeves and looks perfect for spinning around in. Plus, when the brand doesn’t post dresses, it posts art and architecture, which is always nice on a gloomy day.