Thursday February 24, 2011 | 0 Comments
Contrary to previous reports that said Kate Moss was planning on designing her own wedding dress, today many outlets have confirmed the supermodel is set to walk down the aisle in a custom John Galliano design.
John Galliano is a popular pick amongst celebrity brides. Gwen Stefani wore a unique pink and white John Galliano gown to her 2002 wedding to Gavin Rossdale. Donald Trump‘s wife Melania Knauss also wore Galliano, a momentous gown that priced in at $100,000. Some other recent celebrity brides who wore Galliano are Penelope Cruz and Gisele Bundchen.
Photo credit: Gwen’s dress, People Magazine
Tuesday February 22, 2011 | 0 Comments
High School Musical‘s Vanessa Hudgens might be single now, but she already knows what wedding dress designer she wants for her wedding.
“I want [Marchesa] to dress me for my wedding,” she told People . “[Their] lace work just blows my mind. Anyone would be lucky to have a Marchesa dress in their wedding.” She added: “I don’t know when that is going to be. But when it happens [designer Georgina Chapman]‘s going to do it. Already got one hassle out of the way!”
Marchesa has been a popular pick for a lot of celebrity brides, including Nicole Richie, Emily Blunt and Mark Walberg’s wife, Rhea Durham.
Thursday February 17, 2011 | 0 Comments
When looking for accessories for your wedding day, you should never be afraid of big, bold statement pieces like this gorgeous necklace by Tejani Jewelry. The name “Tejani” is derived from owner and designer Urvi Prunier’s maiden name and translates to “brightness” and “sparkle” in Hindi—a fitting description for this timeless collection that boasts a unique touch of ethnic heritage and modern flair. When we asked her what celebrity fits her style ideal, she name dropped Sarah Jessica Parker.
“[Sarah] really understands accessorizing…hands down knows how to accessorize,” she says. “She is not afraid of wearing statement pieces that reflect her style no matter how it may look with her outfit.”
But what are some tips soon-to-be brides should learn before walking down the aisle? Below Urvi gives us the do’s and don’ts of accessorizing:
Do’s and Don’ts
DON’T wait til the last minute!
You never want your accessories to be an afterthought; order at least a month in advance! You want to have enough time to try it on with your gown and make sure you’ve achieved the final look you want.
DO go big!
If a downward ‘do is your hair style of choice, punch up the look with bigger earrings! Small and dainty earrings will be lost in your beautiful locks, so don’t be afraid to go big!
DON’T over accessorize!
The only thing worse than under accessorizing is over accessorizing. If your gown is heavy on the embroidery, choose light pieces to compliment it. If you have your heart set on a chunky necklace, you may want to skip an arm full of bangles and earrings that hit your shoulders! Seek the opinions of trusted friends and family to edit your look to perfect!
DO accessorize your bridesmaids!
If you’ve spent countless hours finding the perfect bridesmaid dresses, take a few minutes to complete the look with fabulous accessories! Offer suggestions to your girls that allow them to express their individuality while still keeping the storyline consistent.
DON’T be afraid to change your look!
If you envision a classic look for your walk down the aisle, but want to let loose during the reception coordinate your jewelry to these looks! Throw on a few extra bangles and switch out your elegant pearl studs for a statement-making chandelier pair!
Tuesday February 15, 2011 | 1 Comment
The new Urban Outfitters bridal line BHLDN launched this week. Previously they had a teaser on their site, which got us all excited. And now the collection is here! The collection is brimming with ’40s-style femininity and boasts a unique color palette of soft pastel colors. The line is divided into four collections: nostalgic romantic, neo-sophisticate, la bohemienne and lady with a twist. Below are some highlights:
Friday February 11, 2011 | 0 Comments
Jane Wang has always been especially enamored with beadwork and embroidery. Jane apprenticed as a ready to wear designer for several fashion houses including Jones New York and Philips Van Heusen. In 2006, Jane Wang launched her first collection of bridal gowns. Her gowns were designed with extraordinary, intricate beading and hand embroidery, which became her distinctive trademark.
Every design is an amalgam of lush luxurious silks, exquisite embroidery and beadings designed and crafted with unsurpassed technique. Using modern silhouettes and unique beadings that she designs herself, Jane Wang’s collections are always a little different yet very wearable. We fell in love with her current collection inspired by the animal kingdom. Butterflies, Zebras and Ostriches inspired elegant details are making this collection very fresh and interesting.