Friday October 8, 2010 | 15 Comments
You want your wedding dress to make a statement, but what statement was this bride trying to make?
I hope she wasn’t planning on doing a lot of dancing during her wedding reception. Imagine the wardrobe malfunction that would cause!
There’s a difference between sexy and slutty. Tons of wedding designers create beautiful, sexy dresses. Here are a few options in case you want to wear something a little more revealing on your wedding day without giving your relatives a heart attack or ending up a punch line on the internet.
(From left) Rivini and Jenny Packham
(From left) Pnina Tornai and Jenny Lee
Thursday October 7, 2010 | 0 Comments
There’s one more player entering the bridal market. Entrepreneur and designer Kathy Ireland has partnered with Mon Cheri to create kathy ireland Weddings by 2be designs. The new bridal line, which launches in Spring 2011, will include bridesmaid and mother of the bride styles along with bridal gowns.
Wednesday October 6, 2010 | 0 Comments
Looking for wedding jewelry that has a vintage feel? Couture costume jeweler Miriam Haskell and J.Crew have unveiled their latest collection of wedding jewelry to complement J.Crew’s bridal line. The Holiday 2010 Collection draws inspiration and details from jewelry of the past and ranges in price from $260 to $1,800.
From simply elegant pearl pieces to elaborate floral covered designs, the collection includes bracelets, necklaces, hair accessories, earrings and brooches. In other words…something for every bride.
Tuesday October 5, 2010 | 0 Comments
Sure those wedding heels you bought are cute and stylish, but will your feet be killing you by the end of the night? Don’t worry. You’re only two options aren’t dancing the night away in pain or bare feet. If you think you might need a change of footwear, check out Yosi Samra’s cute new bridal ballet flats. They roll up and can be tucked away until they’re needed.
Not crazy about the “Bride” design? The shoes come in a number of other colors, so you’re sure to find a pair that will work for you. And while you’re picking up a pair, they’d make great gifts for your bridesmaids as well.
Monday October 4, 2010 | 2 Comments
What girl doesn’t dream of being a princess on her wedding day? Now you literally can be with the new Disney Fairy Tale Weddings by Alfred Angelo collection. The collection, which is priced from $599 to $1,199, features seven dresses each inspired by a different Disney princess: Ariel, Sleeping Beauty, Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Snow White and Tiana, from the latest Disney movie, The Princess and the Frog.