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Topshop wedding collection: first look

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It's music to the ears of brides on a budget. Topshop has released photos from its highly anticipated wedding range by Richard Nicoll, with dresses starting from £75.

There's not a meringue in sight in the designer's "tie the knot" line and the price tags also divert from your average wedding collection, with the most expensive gown coming in at £350.

ABOVE: Pink lace tunic dress (£170) and pink lace cupped strappy dress (£200)

Nicoll said he wanted to offer "a younger, cooler alternative" to mainstream bridal fashion.

"Something special, but not precious, like my friends, something they would wear if they were getting married," he said. "These pieces are perfect as party dresses too if you're not the marrying kind."

ABOVE: Pink lace maxi dress (£350) and white lace maxi dress (£350)

The collection showcases Nicoll’s signature style of contrasting sheer and matte fabrics with tailored and floaty shapes in a variety of pure white and coral shades.

ABOVE: White silk dress (£75) and white lace dress (£170)

The designer wedding line - a first for Topshop - hits stores on 22 June.

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