Spring 2010 Bridal Runway: Amy Michelson

by Azure

Plunging, intricate backs have always been her thing, and this season, Amy Michelson knocked it out of the park. I've always thought that one of the sexiest parts on a woman is her back, and Michelson's Spring 2010 wedding dresses frame, highlight and showcase these feminine curves. We've already talked about the big Spring 2010 runway trends, and Amy Michelson incorporated some of these into her collection with style and grace. For the flower appliques, Michelson got creative and...

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Spring 2010 Bridal Runway: Nicole Miller Wedding Dresses

by Azure

If you are having a destination wedding, Nicole Miller just might be the wedding dress designer for you! The simple, sexy dresses in her Spring 2010 collection are perfect for the jet-setting bride- traveling with one of these slinky frocks will present no problem whatsoever! I love the modern femininity that Miller brings to each of her designs! Can't you just picture a beautiful, natural bride walking down the sandy, beachside aisle to meet her casually dressed groom in one of...

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Spring 2010 Bridal Runway: Anjolique Wedding Dresses

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The new line of wedding dresses from Anjolique hit all the major Spring 2010 runway trends -- one-shoulder, flower appliques, lace overlay, black accents, and sweetheart necklines. We're loving the silk and ravello taffeta fabrics and how the new silhouettes flatter any body type. Not sure your fitness regime have made your arms are up to the task? Not to worry, a few of the dresses even come with a bolero! The new dresses illustrate Anjolique's design mantra of classic with an...

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Spring 2010 Bridal Runway: David Tutera by Faviana Wedding Dresses

by Azure

From the Red Carpet to the White Carpet...celebrity wedding planner and host of "My Fair Wedding" David Tutera recently launched his debut wedding dresses collection. This collection is for the bride addicted to our celebrity wedding news or just wanting to channel her inner-diva. Each dress is appropriately named for a red carpet star and her head-turning fashion. A few of our favorites include: Audrey: Satin mermaid silhouette with elaborate crystal beading along the neckline &...

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Spring 2010 Bridal Runway: Alix & Kelly Wedding Dresses and Bridesmaid Dresses

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If you have the bod, dear bride, then rock these slinky wedding dresses from Alix & Kelly! We had the pleasure of meeting Alix & Kelly (I love when I fall in love with the designers as much as the fashion) at NY Bridal Market last week. We're loving the newest wedding silhouettes of Kate, Grace & Penelope. For bridesmaids, they offer a new design in Charley and Judy in 100% silk chiffon/charmeuse that can be worn in multiple ways and is available to two lengths and a range of...

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Are Divorces the New Weddings?

by Azure

As you may have seen on our news’ section, last week’s Project Runway featured the designers reworking the wedding dresses of divorced women. The idea was to create an outfit the woman could wear in her “new life.” I've seen a lot of articles lately about bakeries that specialize in “divorce cakes,” cakes that celebrate divorces, usually with a humorous take on wedding cakes. As a general rule, I don’t have a problem with divorce. I think relationships are difficult and...

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Bride Chic: Clouds of Tulle

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About Bride Chic What could say bridal more than a cloud of soft tulle? Defined, tulle is a fine mesh netting with a hexagonal pattern that comes in silk, cotton, nylon or acrylic/silk for power netting. Tulle is familiar because its the standard material for bridal veils. But did you know it comes in lighter versions and is used in bouffant skirts? The one pictured above proffers that ballerina look Vera Wang popularized a few years back. While the big tulle skirt is classic, edgier...

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Bride Chic: CHEMISE DRESSING

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About Bride Chic The chemise or shift is actually a relaxed version of the sheath. It falls in a straight line usually cut on the grain of the fabric. The exception was Madeline Vionet's chemise that was pioneered on the bias cut around 1925. The waistline if any is loosely fitted and fits low on the hips a la 1920s style. Two periods of the twentieth century are known for chemise dressing: the 1920s and 60s. Mod London looks incorporated mini versions of chemise more commonly known...

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Calling Chicago Brides, Great Designer Wedding Dress Sale

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Hey Chicago Brides! Are you looking for a great chance to save money on a Caroline De Villa wedding dress? This Saturday and Sunday is the semi-annual sample sale. Call 773-342-0096 for more info, or to RSVP.

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A Couple Great Finds for your Bridal Look from the J.Crew Catalog

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You can always count on J.Crew to deliver understated, yet beautiful, pieces. While some brides dream about an over-the-top fairytale wedding... Others are looking for a more classic, simple vibe on their big day. If this sounds like you, these finds from J.Crew's latest catalog (exclusively available on J.Crew.com) should be right up your alley!

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