Spring is the season for love to bloom, and bridal style is sure to follow suit. It’s easy to see why springtime reigns supreme as the wedding season: gorgeous gowns and dazzling accessories. Here’s how to stay stylish for your spring wedding soiree.
During the warmer months, bohemian styles will always be in style. Their loose silhouettes and breathable fabrics are perfect for the hotter temperatures outside. More than practical, they also still maintain an aura of mysterious elegance. To achieve this look choose a dress that is flattering, but not overly fitted. Ditch the heels or pumps for sandals – or even walk barefoot. Accessorize with a funky statement bracelet, or stick with weaving a few in-season blooms into your flowing hair. A thick headband is another way to dress up this down-to-earth style. Flick through wedding photos from the 60’s and 70s online for inspiration, they’ll be sure show to you how to free your inner bohemian babe.
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Another style suited for Spring is showing more of your sexy, glowing skin! You can look svelte and sensuous without being tacky. Designers have keyed on this by showing the feminine curve of your open back. Whether key-hole opening or a reverse cowl neck droop, consider showing off your slender waist in this classy way. If you want to achieve this look a touch more on the conservative side, consider a sheer netted fabric or lace instead. Dress up with a drooping necklace, and you’ll have admiring eyes on you the whole night and day.
Spring is the season of fun; why not capitalize that by trying out a new trend? One of the latest styles perfectly suited for spring is substituting a traditional one-piece heavy gown with a lighter two-piece instead. Take the trend one step further by trying a crop-top with a flowing A-line skirt. No need to show your belly button! Wear your skirt at your waist to show off your hourglass shape. The crop top will show just a sliver of skin – enough to draw the eye, but not enough to draw disapproving stairs from great-aunts in the crowd. Avoid overly complicated accessories along your neckline with this look, as a statement necklace and the crop top might be too much for the ensemble. Instead, add a touch of tradition with classic pearl earrings, an heirloom bracelet or veil.
Spring is the season for self-expression and style. Blend these two seamlessly by finding a dress that is perfectly suited for you – when guests see how confident, radiant and beautiful you look in something that’s truly your taste, you won’t just be in fashion, you’ll be setting it!