A HEAD OF THE TIMES




    Never have brides had so much leeway when it comes to headwear. 2010 marks a time when choosing you put on top of your head will add pizazz to your overall look. Thanks to those designers getting creative with netting, florals and plumes, the bride has so, so many options.


    Oscar de la Renta

    Pancake hat wrapped in netting.
    Jenny Packham

    A little bit of vintage to go with the evening gown look.


    Lia McNairy and Antonio Gual

    Light and airy, a headband of feathers would work for a Spring as well as Winter wedding.



    Carolina Hererra

    One of the great introductions this year by Carolina Herrera is the straw hat (she put out several) wrapped in ivory point d'spirit netting. Stunning . . .



    Platinum

    Getting ready for winter weddings this hat is a toasty charmer as well as chic.


    Carolina Herrera

    Another Carolina Herrera revival: The plume. It proffers a touch of the sophisticate as well as pure whimsy. Plumes are particularly flattering for the petite bride wanting to add some length to her look. Try a plume also if you're going with more of an evening gown look.


    Amsale

    This headband would pair up nicely with Amsale's clean-lined gowns

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Wedding Fashion


    Wedding!!
    that's great!!
    but is it easy?? it is really a big stuff.
    Wedding needs a lots of preparation,
    from choosing partner to choosing wedding dress.
    Make your all preparation very early, So u can enjoy your wedding.
    I love Indian wedding. Indian wedding is a very big fun, lots many things are there to manage.
    These weddings are very colorful weddings.The main part of Indian wedding is Indian tradition.
    Indian cloths are just amazing. One should see at least one Indian wedding.


    Some types of Indian Wedding
    * Arya Samaj Weddings
    * NRI Weddings
    * North Indian Weddings
    * South Indian Weddings
    * West Indian Weddings
    * East India Weddings





    For bride saree and lehenga choli are the main dress of wedding. Groom generally wears sherwani. Red is the most prefered color of brides.
    It gives the traditional feel.
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HOW TO SAY THANK YOU TO YOUR BRIDESMAIDS





    Though there's a whole panacea of gift ideas in these sets, sometimes the best gift you can give your bridesmaid and/or maid of honor is the dress itself. I had a single bridesmaid in my wedding amongst a pack kids in taffeta. Other than a few purple sashes and tartans, it was an all white wedding with my maid in a simple white silk dupioni sheath. That dress was a gift. A year later when her boyfriend proposed, she wore that same bridesmaid dress for her own wedding. I was totally honored. Thus, I would never have asked her to pay for the dress and to this day she claims it was her greatest wedding present.







    Customary gift from bride to her maids is a stunner piece of jewelry. You can also say thank you in the form of perfume, Ray Bans and whole gamut of goodies found below.



    pure

    pure by JessyM featuring Lipsy





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    Untitled by pettyd featuring Antica Murrina jewelry







    There's no freshness. There's no originality

    There's no freshness. There's no originality by ♡•SimplyMoi•♡ Blazers Contest featuring Versace shoes





    Happy Birthday Violet Peach!!

    Happy Birthday Violet Peach!! by Natalcia♥(away) featuring Alexander McQueen shoes

    Lovely Mermaid

    Lovely Mermaid by BookwormForever! featuring Jessica Simpson shoes











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    Untitled by cappy featuring Forever21 accessories

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    Untitled by pettyd featuring Alexander McQueen accessories



    Mello Yellow

    Mello Yellow by ✰ Xaylia ✰ featuring Monsoon

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PURITY

    For brides looking for simple silhouettes in magnificent fabric look to
    Acquachiara an Italian design house run by the talented Daniela Basile. Her philosophy is about as close to my own as any designer I've found yet: She believes the right gown is worn like a second skin. These seem not only to be worn as a skin as much as the bride's whole essence . . .










    Photos courtesy Vogue Sposa
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A TOUCH OF VINTAGE ON YOUR WEDDING DAY

STALKING THE LOOK BOOKS: YOLAN CRIS

WEEKEND MEDLEY

OPTIONS

FROTH AND SPARKLE

    Bulgarian designer Julia Kontogruni sculpts femininity and romance with a deft hand. The ultimate in 'Cinderella Dressing' volume and miles of fabric really create the look. The designer offers fully boned corsetry and decorates bodice and skirt with hand-bead Swarowski crystals . Each gown is a literal jewel. The rich sparkle organzas and bead treatments can be seen at closer inspection on her site.






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Saree

    Saree is in

    India has been known to have wonderful dresses and costumes. The most common and accepted wearing is the saree.Saree is gorgeous Indian attire that has maintained its position since times. It gives a complete queen look to women and is worn on all occasions. To wear this graceful outfit is a dream of every woman.

    For a single length of material, the Indian saree must be the most versatile garment in existence. A saree is a rectangular piece of cloth that is five to six yards in length and sometimes nine yards. Yet, this dress is worn by millions of Indian women and is, by far, the most elegant. It is not merely an outfit but an ornament, lending both grace and glamour to the wearer. saree is for all purpose - party wear, daily wear, bridal wear and so on.



    Have Some Tips
    • Brown or Dark skin color women should normally buy dark colors – like green, maroon or
    • dark pink etc.
    • Georgette, Chiffon or Chignon saree is for the plus sized women to look slimmer.
    • Thin women should buy Cotton, Tissue, Tussar Sarees and Organza. This will give a
    • fuller effect.
    • Small borders or no borders sarees are for the shorter women. As big borders make
    • one looks shorter, they should definitely avoid big borders.
    • In the case of printed Sarees, try to avoid the big prints as it gives a flashy and a huge look. Delicate print on a Saree, gives a delicate look.
    • If you wear saree in office, you should pinup your Saree. You will feel comfortable. You will look very smart and it can easily manageable.
    • A function or in an outing, just pinup the saree and let the rest of the saree fall on your hand. But give a careful look at the Saree that should have a good fall. This gives a very attractive look.
    • Blouse plays a great role in giving saree simple or trendy look.
    • If you have toned neck, arms and shoulders it’s good to go for broad sexy blouses. They nicely draw attention to your assets and make you look beautiful.
    • One of the best hairstyles that look awesome on sarees is bun hairstyle.
    • Although saree come in various fabrics. But there are certain fabrics that give nice drape and also complement figure. If possible it’s good to stick to them. Such fabrics include chiffons, silk, georgette and crepe. They are best of fabrics.
    • High heels are magic mantra to look good in saree. It also gives confidence and brings grace automatically.
    • Follow these tips and no body can stop you from becoming a show stopper. Also adds glamour and grace to persona.






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REDISCOVERING THE HOUSE OF ELLIOTT

    How did I ever miss this incredible BBC series back in the 90s? Thanks to my public library, I can finally see the whole kit and kaboodle, measuring out three seasons long. The House of Elliott chronicles the lives of two sisters setting up a toney couture house in post WWI London. The magnificent costuming by Joan Wadge can't be missed if you are in any way in love with jazz age fashion. While the 20's proffered little in the way of flattering silhouettes, the detailing in fashion was extraordinary. Thus, the cavalcade of chic found in this series goes for sets and decor intricate in detail as well. Tune in to the second season and I can promise two stunner wedding gowns you'll never forget.

    Louise Lombard/Evie in The House of Elliott
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