Posts tagged gowns
Posts tagged gowns
The Pearlescent sets the mood for luster and shine. Perfect for the Bride who loves her pearls and the elegance that these gems embody. Get this look with a strapless sweetheart A-line gown by Junko Yoshioka. The ivory silk chiffon is covered in faux pearls which fade into a floral pattern at the hem of the dress. Pair the simple Nina Elizabet Stud earring for a classic look. Add your “Something Blue” with the Nina Frida clutch in Electra blue for that special pop of color.
Dress: Junko Yoshioka Gemma Gown $2,199.00 Aisle
Earring: Nina Elizabet Stud $25.00 Aisle
Handbag: Nina Frida in Electra $67.00 Aisle
Shoe: Nina Forbes Pump in Ivory $79.00 Aisle
Don’t fret! We’ve got you covered when it comes to the bridal bustle…which can often be confusing. Here are the most popular looks to choose from for your wedding day.
The French Bustle is one of the most popular and the prettiest bustles to choose from. With this particular bustle the train is folded under the skirt of the dress and secured with a series of color-coded ties. This creates a pouf in the back. Other ideas are to double or triple the bustle by creating tufts of fabric, one on top of each other…think icing or whipped cream.
The One-Point Bustle is best for lighter fabrics and slimmer silhouettes. This bustle is held at one point at the base of the bodice; it’s over as opposed to the French which is pulled under.
The Austrian Bustle works on a pull system that cinches the train of the dress up. This is starting to gain popularity in the bustle world because of its extremely interesting look.
The Ballgown Bustle is held at several points at the base of the bodice creating an even hemline all the way around of the skirt of the gown. This is perfect for the bride that does not like the look of a regular One-Point bustle or the French Bustle.
Bustles 101…a wedding cake walk, no?
Looks from this past weekend’s White House Correspondent’s Dinner… just a few of our favorites. Which one is yours? We think Zooey and Ginnifer’s looks could translate to bridal.
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Back of the asymmetrical peplum at Angel Sanchez (Taken with instagram)
Pale blue and fairy-like (Taken with instagram)
It was a group consensus on our weekly #Bridechat twitterfest, that the 20’s Art Deco inspired gowns are definitely in for 2012. The Spring collections of designers like L’Wren Scott, Ralph Lauren, and Alberta Ferreti gave us slinkier styles and dropped waistlines. Sinuous and graceful; these silhouettes are perfect for destination weddings and small venues with an intimate feel. With our selection of Sheath Dresses on The Aisle New York by designers such as Réva Mivasagar and Elizabeth Fillmore, our brides can select their very own Art Deco inspired look.
This dress from J. Mendel’s Pre-Fall Collection makes us want to cuddle up with a warm and frothy cappuccino. How does it make you feel?