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This year’s Golden Globes Red Carpet provided so much inspiration for the white aisle! Many of the looks were easily translatable to bridal! The outstanding trends of the evening were metallics, white and classic silhouettes. Below is a recap of our favorite looks:
Dakota Johnson in Chanel
Diane Kruger in Emilia Wickstead
Ellie Kemper in Naeem Kahn
Jennifer Lopez in Zuhair Murad
Julianne Moore in Givenchy
Reese Witherspoon in Calvin Klein
Of all of the white gowns that graced the carpet, these were our favorite!
Emily Blunt in Michael Kors
Kate Hudson in Versace
We are firm believers that classic NEVER goes out of style. These timeless silhouettes had us swooning!
Amal Clooney in Dior Haute Couture – the gloves were controversial, but they made the outfit for us!
Katherine Hiegel in Zac Posen
Felicity Jones in Christian Dior
Our all-time favorite looks of the evening are below. These are our vote for The Golden Globes Best Dressed:
Emma Stone in Lanvin- we adore a jumpsuit! This one was chic, youthful and had a bow! What could be better?!
Chrissy Tiegen (Mrs. John Legend) in Zuhair Murad- we adore the blush color and this incredible bead pattern. We would LOVE to see this look on a bride!
Until the Oscars!
images provided by: Getty Images, Vogue, E-online
As the weather turns colder, we wanted to remind you that we offer Wedding Fur Rental. Below are the styles that are available for rent. They are the perfect way to keep warm on a chilly fall or winter day. And they sure do look lovely in the photos. Contact us for further rental information!
*image courtesy of Jubilee Events
It’s that time of year again! We are headed to New York for October Bridal Market where we will uncover all of the latest and greatest trends that our designers have to offer for 2015. And the best news? We will be taking you with us! Follow us closely on facebook, twitter, instagram and pinterest to stay in the loop and voice your opinion on all of the looks straight off the runway. We will be posting, tweeting and instagramming in real time from the runways from Saturday, October 11th through Monday, October 13th, so keep your social media close at hand!
Spring 2015 New York Fashion Week just wrapped up, and watching the beautiful fashion walk down the runway made us sad to say goodbye to the warm weather. The hot colors of the season were orange and yellow. There was also a strong presence of graphic black and white. Crop tops, wide leg pants and jumpsuits and all shapes of skirts – from pencils to flippys – graced the catwalk. The neckline of the season was off the shoulder. In true spring fashion, there were a lot of floral patterns, but we also adored all of the feminine laser cut patterns, appliqués and interesting laces.
Below are a few of our Spring 2015 ready-to-wear runway favorites – some that would translate beautifully to a bridal gown and others that we are coveting for our own closets! We can’t wait to see how these trends are translated to the bridal runway during the second week of October when we head to New York for bridal fashion week!
*All images courtesy of Women’s Wear Daily
Last week owner, Beth Chapman had the pleasure of participating in a Google + chat on incorporating color into your wedding. Beth was joined by celebrity event planner, Colin Cowie, floral designer, Karen Tran, and the discussion was moderated by founder of From I Will to I Do, editor, Anne Chertoff.
Below are Beth’s thoughts on incorporating color into your wedding:
I love color! Different colors evoke different emotions and the colors that you choose will set the tone for your entire wedding. One of the first steps in planning your wedding should be setting the color palate, as this will have an effect on all other aspects of your wedding- from the invitations, to the flowers, to the fashion.
In terms of incorporating color into your wedding attire, for the bride, I say less color is more. There is a current trend toward color wedding dresses. If you plan to wear a colored gown, I recommend that you opt for a very pale hue that is just a hint of color. Accessories are also a great way to incorporate color into your wedding day attire without overdoing it.
The place to make a statement with color is with your bridesmaids! I also love the idea of using your reception dress as a way to make a statement with color.
To hear more about Beth’s recommendations on incorporating color into your wedding day attire, click on the video below.