White Closet Studios

“Set in the heart of Liverpool City Centre, the award winning team at White Closet Studios offer some of the most sought after designers who create unusual and romantic dresses, including Love My Dress favourites Halfpenny London and Jesus Peiro.”

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39 Rodney Street
Liverpool L1 9EN

Including ranges from:

  • Charlie Brear
  • Halfpenny London
  • Jesus Peiro
  • Watters

Situated on the iconic Rodney Street in the heart of Liverpool, and voted Best North West Bridal Retailer in 2018, White Closet Studios is a fashion forward bridal boutique which leaves convention at the door. Inspired by our brides unique sense of style, we strive to find the perfect dress to celebrate their individuality.

We are very fortunate to work with some of the most well renowned designers who each create unusual and romantic dresses for the contemporary bride. From the gorgeous relaxed bohemian styles of Charlie Brear and the elegant detailed designs of Halfpenny London to the beautiful sophisticated gowns of Jesus Peiro, we pride ourselves on offering a diverse bridal collection with something just a little different to the norm. In August 2018 we will also be introducing the laidback, effortless, sultry styles of Willowby by Watters to add an alternative edge to our collection.

Notwithstanding our carefully curated collection, we wholeheartedly believe that bridal shopping should be an exceptional experience and one which should be enjoyed. We therefore offer exclusive use of our boutique so that each bride can relax and be given the full attention she deserves. This in addition to the ambient setting of our studio and our friendly nature, hopefully takes some of the wedding stress away.

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