About Bride Chic
Last week we explored how laces are being used for Spring 2010
. This week we're going to be looking at how lace and silk combined can produce some bombshell looks on your wedding day.
In the photo below, Venise lace is used to border the fascinator headpiece with net pouf veil. The wedding dress
is silk dupioni with a silk chiffon back sash treatment...
Feminine and perky can-can look
): Layers of crinoline petticoat under yards of silk tulle make this bridal look stand out.
: Photo 4 proves that Boho
lives. Floral head wreath, lace and tulle conjure that waif look reminiscent of Mid-Summer Night's Dream, fairy tales, and wood nymphs...
: In photo 5, A Chanel neck treatment of multiple strands of pearls gives this silk dupioni wedding dress a real 1940s look. Added touches: the point d'espirit and hand rolled silk rose headpiece. Check out photo 6 for another vintage
classic- the silk taffeta sheath accented with silk flowers and a Chantilly lace bodice.
Classic Bridal Look
: What could be more bridal than a classic ballgown silhouette
)? Chantilly lace backed with pastel blue satin make the floral motifs on this bodice pop!
: If classic and modern is the bridal look you seek, check out photo 8- a traditional silk and lace sheath wedding dress with a sleek and contemporary down do. Why go for a veil when your hair could be your crowning glory...?
: And for the bride who really wants to express herself differently, try mixing black and white (like in photo 9
). Chantilly lace and tulle make up this wedding dress accented with a black Gaucho hat, polka dot neck and tie belt paired up with opera gloves... edgy and fabulous!
Which of these bridal looks is right for you?? Dish it ladies!
Photography: S1 Studio
Headpieces and Wedding Dresses: Amy-Jo Tatum Bridal Couture
Make-up Artist: The Allure Studio
Flowers: Victoria's Florals and Events