By Tessa Woolf

Planning a downtown Seattle wedding? We’ve got the frock for you: Free People’s spring 2016 bridal collection was made for urban brides—rustic and glam need not apply.

Aptly titled “City Bride,” the collection adds 7 new styles to the FP Ever After dress family (the brand’s first bridal range launched last spring), including a fluid lace jumpsuit with a bow-tied halter neck and a boho bell-sleeve column gown with a lace keyhole back.

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Designed in collaboration with L.A.’s Stone Cold Fox and NYC’s Gwen Jones, the stylishly edgy wedding gowns are relatively affordable (given FP’s price points), ranging from $895-$1,800, and are available exclusively on

But we advise stopping by the local Free People store to get a sense of the brand’s sizing and to shop for similar cool-girl bridesmaid dresses.

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