In addition to traditional and elegant creations from designers like Carolina Herrera and Monique Lhuillier, T Magazine also spotted cropped tops, jumpsuits and futuristic headpieces on the catwalk during Fall 2015 Bridal Week.
Popsugar takes a closer look at the makeup and hairstyle trends that complemented the runway creations.
Would you wear shorts on your wedding day? J.Crew is offering sequined bridal shorts with matching racerback top as part of their bridal collection for Spring 2015.
Fab Links from Our Members
Shipskitty thought this article about iconic local workboot brand Rossi could be interesting for our Australian readers.
She also found this Fashionista post about plus size and brand perception fascinating.
Angie likes Sylvia’s asymmetrical vest layering techniques. A great White-Out look with gorgeous flat booties, although there are fun colourful renditions further down the post. Comfortable, avant-garde and fab for milder weather.
As someone who loves Lands’ End quality clothing, but admits they sometimes skew a little short of fashion-forward, Laurinda was interested to see that they hired Federica Marchionni (currently president of Dolce & Gabbana) as CEO.
While searching for stylish shoes for her swing dance lessons, Citygirldc discovered vintage and stylish shoes at B.A.I.T. Footwear.
Celia finds the blog Classy Girls Wear Pearls great eye candy. She adds: “Yes, it is a blog filled with beautiful young people in a preppy style and amazing locations that probably most of us cannot/don’t want to emulate but it makes you dream a little. Like a mini vacation.”
Diane G loved Catherine’s positive article about wearing leather trousers at any age. There are some fab examples of bloggers rocking the look, including a picture of Annette, who was recently featured on YLF.
La Belle Demimondaine really enjoyed Project 333’s new article. She said: “They have a new contributor, Erin, who actually made a video of her process in selecting her capsule for the project, and there are some great ideas I had not considered before, particularly with layering.”