Are you still look­ing for a wed­ding dress from for­eign design­ers? Ukrain­ian man­u­fac­tur­ers have long been pro­duc­ing prod­ucts that are not infe­ri­or to glob­al com­peti­tors either in terms of qual­i­ty or design. But the prices of our com­pa­tri­ots are nicer 🙂 For you Chan­fash­ion has col­lect­ed a selec­tion of Ukrain­ian brands of wed­ding dress­es, as well as eth­nic cloth­ing that will be suit­able for a wed­ding cer­e­mo­ny.


Unearth­ly light­ness of fab­rics, ele­gance of cut and fab­u­lous sil­hou­ettes — this is what is asso­ci­at­ed with mod­els of wed­ding dress­es from the Ukrain­ian brand Mywony. Just look at the pho­tos from the Mid­sum­mer Night’s Dream col­lec­tion look­book!

Our per­son­al favorite is the Sif wed­ding dress from the Norse col­lec­tion. The mod­el is inspired by the earth god­dess and Thor’s wife from Scan­di­na­vian mythol­o­gy. Ele­gant in its sim­plic­i­ty, the cut in the bohemi­an style is com­ple­ment­ed by the light­ness of the fab­ric and the dec­o­ra­tive belt, which adds inter­est to the dress. An ide­al choice if you are cap­ti­vat­ed by nature and cold north­ern beau­ty. Ready to feel like a god­dess? 🙂

Cathy Telle

Wed­ding dress­es from Cathy Telle have won the hearts of brides around the world with their fab­u­lous­ness and atten­tion to detail. Hand-craft­ed ele­ments make the dress­es unique and make them look like real works of art – like an exclu­sive per­fume, their beau­ty is revealed grad­u­al­ly.

The col­lec­tion of the Eth­no brand is filled with ref­er­ences to Ukrain­ian cul­tur­al codes: hand paint­ings imi­tat­ing embroi­dery, rethink­ing eth­nic motifs and giv­ing a new per­spec­tive on tra­di­tion­al ele­ments.

WONÁ Concept Group

Ukrain­ian brand WONÁ ade­quate­ly rep­re­sents our coun­try in world wed­ding fash­ion. This lux­u­ry brand pro­vides a wide selec­tion of chic wed­ding dress­es for brides around the world. Our per­son­al atten­tion was drawn to the col­lec­tion cre­at­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the COAT brand by design­er Katya Silchenko. The col­lec­tion turned out to be very diverse and there­fore will sat­is­fy the needs of very dif­fer­ent girls: there are closed lacon­ic dress­es, and ele­gant over­alls, and an extreme mini with feath­ers! The vari­ety of cloth­ing ele­ments allows you to com­bine them and cre­ate absolute­ly unique com­bi­na­tions that are per­fect for you and your char­ac­ter.

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Models of wedding dresses

Mean­while, the Star­dust Cou­ture col­lec­tion is very dif­fer­ent in char­ac­ter: here you will find wed­ding dress­es that amaze with their chic and lux­u­ry. Com­plex tex­tures, hand embroi­dery, pre­mi­um fab­rics and many dec­o­ra­tive crys­tals will sat­is­fy the most demand­ing brides.

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Found­ed in Kyiv, the bridal cloth­ing brand Ari­amo cre­ates dress­es inspired by vin­tage clas­sics and mod­ern sen­su­al­i­ty. In addi­tion to tra­di­tion­al styles, the range also includes bold­er mod­els: black, mini length and, of course, ele­gant trouser suits.

Per­son­al­ly, our heart was won by the Bohemi­an Rhap­sody col­lec­tion in the boho style. Fly­ing fab­rics, thin lace, light­ness in com­bi­na­tion with bold cuts — how can you not fall in love here at first sight?


Hap­tu­val­nia is an embroi­dered cloth­ing brand born in Ivano-Frankivsk. The phi­los­o­phy of the brand is to cel­e­brate the orig­i­nal Ukrain­ian embroi­dery, the con­nec­tion with the roots, tra­di­tions and cen­turies-old val­ues.

A wed­ding is a very fam­i­ly hol­i­day, so if you want to feel the sup­port of the fam­i­ly and the con­nec­tion with past gen­er­a­tions, a wed­ding embroi­dered shirt will be an ide­al choice. In addi­tion to sep­a­rate wed­ding col­lec­tions, the brand offers indi­vid­ual tai­lor­ing, so you can cre­ate your own design and a com­plete­ly unique dress.


Etn­odim presents a wide selec­tion of mod­ern embroi­dery, dress­es and shirts with tra­di­tion­al orna­ments. Pay spe­cial atten­tion to the brand’s art col­lec­tion: when cre­at­ing mod­els, the design­ers were inspired by the works of famous Ukrain­ian artists — vyti­nan­ka Korchyn­skyi, Gushul ceram­ics, paint­ings by Male­vich, Zadorozh­ny and oth­ers. The com­bi­na­tion of artists’ pos­ses­sions and cen­turies-old tra­di­tions seemed sim­ply incred­i­ble!

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The holiday has died down, but what to do with the wedding attire?

Don’t for­get to buy a wreath to go with the dress — such an ele­gant and at the same time tra­di­tion­al acces­so­ry will def­i­nite­ly fit into your fes­tive look.

In addi­tion to ready-made prod­ucts, Etn­odim sells kits for cre­at­ing a vyshy­van­ka: the kit includes a shirt, a set of nec­es­sary tools and clear video lessons. Just imag­ine what it would be like to hand-embroi­der a shirt for your fiancé to wear on the day you offi­cial­ly become a fam­i­ly. Pulls on a real fam­i­ly heir­loom 🙂


Since 2014, Foberi­ni has been rethink­ing the cen­turies-old tra­di­tions of Ukrain­ian nation­al cloth­ing in its mod­els and giv­ing them mod­ern prac­ti­cal­i­ty. In the brand’s col­lec­tions, you will find things that are suit­able for every­day life and for solemn occa­sions — what is the val­ue of a jew­el­ry col­lec­tion using nat­ur­al pearls! All mod­els are embroi­dered by hand, which makes the clothes unique.


Ukrain­ian embroi­dery store Orna­ment has a wide range of dress­es, shirts, blous­es and even acces­sories in tra­di­tion­al style — from ear­rings with tas­sels to belts-corsets and hats with Ukrain­ian orna­ments. Although Orna­ment does not have sep­a­rate wed­ding col­lec­tions, it does have a vari­ety of long white dress­es in eth­nic styles at afford­able prices.

Here you can find a dress for a wed­ding, and fam­i­ly bows for a patri­ot­ic pho­to shoot, as well as curiosi­ties for your every­day wardrobe.