The wedding day is a pivotal and special moment in a bride's life. Siu Coll's own wedding journey was that – and much more besides. It was the inspiration behind her creative endeavour and dream business. After falling head-over-heels with all things bridal, Siu turned her back on a marketing career in a creative agency and launched Liberty in Love in 2010. Brimming with unique and beautiful finds, the online boutique was an instant hit with style-focused brides.

The Liberty in Love collection reflects today's bride's creative and eclectic approach to w-day dressing. From classic to bohemian, Art Deco to fashion-forward, our covetable pieces can be mixed and matched to create a look that's truly personal, stylish and utterly memorable.

In 2011, Tabby joined Liberty in Love to take charge of customer liaisons. With a keen eye for detail, implicit understanding of bridal, and friendly approach, Tabby's perfectly placed to help brides translate their vision into a reality. Each day, she helps brides by phone and email to achieve their desired big day look with well-chosen accessories that complements her personal style and dress.

Today, this award winning duo has helped literally thousands of brides with the perfect finishing details. Including being a fantastic stockist of Harriet Wilde Shoes!

 

 

We asked the pair what their favourite Harriet Wilde designs were......

"I fell in love with originality of Harriet Wilde’s shoes, this is a designer that understands brides. The most sumptuous of materials fit for the bride and beautiful designs that are flattering to wear. Not to mention the dance-all-night comfort. Right now, I absolutely adore the Sakura ivory. It has a concealed platform giving extra height, a pretty peep-toe... and of course, the signature blossom embellishment on the heel. Plus, the matching hair accessories recently launched are just divine. The Sakura blossom hair slides make exquisite hair adornments for both brides and their best girls. To show off the detail on these shoes, I would team the Sakura ivory with a knee-length lace dress Katya Katya’s Loise."

 

 

- What are your key trends for 2014/15

"Most definitely anything with a bit of a bohemian twist. We’re also generally seeing brides getting braver with their choices with more use of colour, whether in subtle hues (such as rose) or in bolder pops of colour (such as rich emerald greens or sapphire blues). I think the use of colour and greater eclecticism will continue in 2015. The proliferation of industry blogs and Pinterest have all been huge drivers in creating diversity in the definition of bridal style, which I just love.

 

 

Keep an open mind as ‘the one’ might be an entirely different dress from the one you expect! But, I would say, focus on the silhouette and beautiful fit, with the embellishments coming mainly from your accessories. Wear shoes with the heel height you usually wear – and look for dyeable styles to get extra mileage from your beloved shoes after the big day is over. When it comes to hair accessories and jewellery, go for sparkle and lots of it! Seriously, the big day is the perfect occasion to shine – and shine bright!"