ARE YOU READY FOR THE ROYAL WEDDING?

TRADITION MEETS STYLE.   

Here are the TOP ways to look + feel like a Queen...or a least a Duchess for the wedding season!

 
 
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1. Hats + Fascinators.*

* fas·ci·na·tor  ˈfasəˌnādər/ noun  1.  a woman's light, decorative headpiece consisting of feathers, flowers, beads, etc., attached to a comb or hair clip.

They are required in church in England with day dresses, pant/skirt suits—or now, jumpsuits as of last year!

 

FASCINATING FACT:  Way, way back in the day, the more elaborate a woman's hat the higher up in society she was!

NO-NO: Tiaras are reserved for the Bride only!


 

 

 

2.  Vibrant bold colors, pastels, florals and textured prints are the only way to go for a day church wedding.

 

 

NO-NO: Wearing black or white.  Sorry, you're not the bride...and it's not a funeral. Also, any inappropriate lengths...eh,um...too short!


 

 

 

3.  High quality fabrics like silks, brocades and linens make dressing up look effortless!

 

NO-NO: Polyester fabrics, any sheer or see-through details, and if ill-fitted in any way the fabric will not look right.

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4. Monochromatic from head-to-toe is always a sophisticated approach.

mon·o·chro·mat·ic, ˌmänōkrəˈmadik/ adjective 1.  containing or using only one color.  2.  monochromatic colors are all the colors tones, tints and shades  of a single hue.


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5.    Accessories + Beauty should be classic + complimentary. 

 

FASCINATING FACT:  The Bride-to-be is to wear nylons and have her nails painted a neutral color.  It is on high recommendation that the guests to the same.