The Bells ARE RINGING

The wedding season in this part of the globe is starting – time to embrace all things bridal!

SAY YES

Getting married in a white dress is part of most little girls’ dreams. Be it a big ball gown or a sleek structure, the dress is one of the most important elements on the wedding day. It also says a lot about the bride’s style – an A-line dress is all about modern elegance, while a boho dress brings a laid-back vibe to the aisle. Which bride are you?

ODD ONE OUT

Nowadays, mostly in smaller celebrations, some brides don’t want to make the event all about the dress or even don’t feel comfortable in one. They end up choosing different structures such as jumpsuits, suits or even different top and bottom compositions. We have a few ivory options to inspire your non-traditional bridal look.

GUEST WEAR

We turn our attention to the ladies on the guest list, and dresses are certainly the most popular pick when attending a wedding. For day parties, women tend to go for a shorter length, while at evening functions, long frocks are the order of the day. Just avoid black and obviously white, which should only be worn by one lady – the bride.

FANCY HEELS

Beautiful dresses and jawdropping gowns must be paired with eye-catching shoes. Walk the talk in shiny sandals, slingbacks and peep-toes.

SPARKLY TOUCH

The perfect jewellery to pair with your wedding gown is the style that reflects you. If you like chunky items, go for it, but opt for delicate details if you don’t. For a harmonious look, find bridal jewellery that complements the shade of your wedding dress. White gold or platinum jewellery looks best with more ‘true white’ dresses, while yellow gold or rose gold works well with warmer white gowns.

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