Blushing bride Erin Deering (pictured left) alongside a guest at her wedding receptionIs this the most wild wedding dress of all time? Aussie rich lister walks down the aisle in feathered frock and over the top matching wide-brimmed hat
Bikini designer-turned-rich lister Erin Deering has tied the knot in an unconventional wedding outfit that hid her face but showed off her trim pins.
The co-founder of Triangl swimwear turned mentor and podcaster shunned a traditional gown and instead opted for an ostrich-feather dress and matching wide-brimmed hat.
The mum-of-four’s head-turning ensemble was created by celebratory-favoured designer Khyeli worn by the likes of Kate Hudson and Kourtney Kardashian Barker.
Erin, 38, tied the knot with project manager Zac Keane who she shares two children with in an intimate ceremony on Saturday.
The couple skipped a destination wedding for celebrity favoured establishment Gimlet at Cavendish House in Melbourne.
Erin (pictured) donned a feathered frock for her wedding nuptials on Saturday
Erin and Zac tied the knot in a chic Melbourne wedding at Gimlet at Cavendish House
Beneath her headdress, Erin kept her brunette tresses wavy and chose a glossy makeup style for her big day.
The dedicated fitness fan even did a ‘gentle’ training session on the morning of her wedding.
Prior to marrying Keane, Erin co-founded Triangl swimwear with ex-fiance Craig Ellis in 2012 after she struggled to find a ‘good quality bikini that cost less than $100’.
They pair to Hong Kong and launched Triangl, selling distinctive colour blocked bikinis made from neoprene before relocating to Monaco.
At the height of the brand’s success they were selling thousands of pairs of bikinis per day and making close to $200,000 profit every 24 hours.
Beneath her wide-brimmed hat, the bride-to-be kept her brunette tresses wavy and opted for a glossy makeup style
Erin oozed sophistication beneath a feathered headdress
Blushing bride Erin Deering (pictured left) alongside a guest at her wedding reception
The pair quietly split the same year with Erin selling Ellis her half in the label for about $35million, scoring her a place on the 2019 Young Rich List.
Since exiting the business and welcoming two more children, Erin has turned her attention to podcasting and mentoring anyone seeking support in business, and will release her memoir in September.