Jenny Yoo Bridal Gowns Now Available In Australia!

Jenny Yoo Bridal Gowns Now Available In Australia!

Mix ‘n Match Jenny:

Like many a modern Bride who’s not afraid to put a spin on tradition, Jenny Yoo knows that rules can be changed… or broken! Jenny keeps all the best traditional elements – elegant designs, figure flattering shapes, demure fabrics – but some of her clever styles offer convertible options, so you can customise it to your unique style. A la, Jenny’s ‘Hathaway’ gown…


This clever frock allows you to choose a style that suits you, with two convertible panels that can create alternative necklines and skirt details. It’s perfect for pear-shaped women, with a floor length skirt that eloquently flows into a full A-line shape with soft layers of tulle. Bonus, the shirred strapless bodice with a sweetheart neckline will keep all the attention on your upper half.

Jenny Woo ‘Hathaway’ gown, $1,790.

Jenny’s Style:

Timeless, classic gowns that incorporate rich and luxurious silks, chiffons, and cottons. The result? An elegant, feminine, and a refined look. Case in point…


Turn heads in this ethereal number – a three-quarter sleeve with a bateau neckline in a sheer illusion sequin tulle, topped off with a sweetheart neckline underlay. The back of the gown has covered buttons from the top of the zipper to the neckline. The floor length skirt has added crinoline creating a gathered tulle ball skirt. Sparkle with a waistline wrapped in a sequin tulle and a detachable flower pin.

Jenny Woo ‘Camilla’ gown, $1,890.

It’s all in the finer details…

Attention to detail, cut, proportion, and workmanship ensure each of Jenny’s gowns are divinely feminine with an uber flattering fit. “I have created a special line of wedding dresses that evolve with the footsteps of today’s changing times,” says Jenny.


Mix romance with a vintage feel in lace cap sleeves, a V-neckline and back, in a unique ivory lace with gold threading. A gold ribbon and detachable brooch pin sits at the natural waist adding detail, while a fitted skirt though the hips leads into a full, voluminous skirt. Go Belle…

Jenny Woo ‘Vionnet’, $2,250.

Who is the ‘Jenny Woo’ Bride?

Jenny designs for the discriminating bride and bridesmaid and aims to create a fresh, modern approach with her designs. The majority of her gowns are priced below $2000, making them a competitive option for brides wanting a special, modern gown without the price tag.


A classic bateau neckline and three-quarter length sleeve adds coverage for a more demure look and religious ceremony. The top fastens with a wide Charmeuse fabric waistband, which can be wrapped and tied in the front or the back.

Jenny Woo ‘Addison Top’ in ivory, $499.


Be the ‘classic beauty’ in a sweetheart strapless neckline. The pleated waist band hits just above the natural waist and the floor length A-line skirt features soft gathers and a cascading asymmetrical panel at front. Skip down the aisle in a small sweeping train.

Jenny Woo ‘Georgeanne’, $2,300.


Oozing in romance and feminine beauty, the ‘Lucinda’ features a strapless neckline with a scalloped lace finish for extra pizazz. An organza ruched band and detachable Flower Pin create a defined waistline, while the silk organza skirt creates a trumpet shape that’s fitted through the hips, creating a dramatic silhouette.

Jenny Woo ‘Lucinda’, $2,600.


Show off those pins in a ’60s style short showstopper!

Jenny Woo ‘Bridgett’, $1,890.

About Savvy Brides:

Savvy Brides are home to both pre-loved designer bridal gowns and a range of international bridal designers. You can buy online at or direct from their Double Bay. Mandy Daddia, owner of Savvy says, “I want brides to come to our store and have a lovely experience shopping for their dream gown within beautiful surrounds without having to spend their whole life savings on one dress.”

Note: The Jenny Yoo accessories are brand new and take up to five months to be made.

Written by Franki Hobson

Franki Hobson has worn many hats during her many years as a women's lifestyle journalist and editor. Her launching pad was COSMOPOLITAN magazine, where she moved from News & Entertainment Editor to Features Director, covering everything from the legalisation of the Morning After Pill to Gwen Stefani, fashion, beauty, sex, health, fitness, entertainment and relationships.

Franki Hobson is a contributing lifestyle writer for The Carousel.

The Wearable White Jean

The Wearable White Jean

The Best Beauty Looks From Cannes Film Festival

Queen of Cannes Flashback: Blake Lively’s Three Best Red Carpet Looks