Wedding Guest Style

Vintage Jacques Vert Two Piece Suit
https://marketplace.asos.com/listing/skirts/vintage-check-midi-pastel-pink-pencil-skirt/716146
https://marketplace.asos.com/listing/jackets/vintage-check-double-breasted-pastel-pink-collarless-blazer/604449
 
Yes it is that time of the year again when the bells are ringing and the wedding guest start to panic. Well worry no more I am on hand to help, summer weddings in England can be unpredictable… to hot to cold to wet…. and the list goes on. I think that the two piece is the best option not only does it look AMAZING they are also extremely fashionable right now, cute and can be worn again after the wedding. So all round winner then. Above and below are just to options for you, the pale pink Jacques Vert option is perfect for a more formal wedding it can be dressed up even more with great heels and chunky earrings and rings the bigger the better. The 70’s floral two piece below is perfect for the Hippy slightly more casual wedding, again it would look more dressed up with some heels but leave jewellery delicate as the print does the speaking here.
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A New Wave Of Designer Wedding Dresses?….

I was thinking the other day, I know shocking hey, that isn’t it about time that a cool a new wave a Wedding Dress designers emerge in this growing fashion market.

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Now I am not the type of girl who has been dreaming of getting married since I was a little girl, I don’t even know if I want to get married. But I can see a gap in the market, there are the typical over the top wedding dresses, the established designer wedding dresses, Westwood, Oscar De La Renta & Vera Wang spring to mind. There is also a very large and growing demand for Vintage wedding Dresses.  I adore vintage wedding dresses, see my previous post here http://fashionmould.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/vintage-romance.html#!/2012/05/vintage-romance.html

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But I think that brands such as 3.1 Phillip Lim, Acne, Chloe and Maybe even the Kopples were to branch into wedding wear would cater for the new more modern bride. 
Even high street giants such as Topshop, Cos and the new big player &Other Stories could offer a girl like me, who would want a dress that is beautiful, well designed using a good materials and makes me feel amazing when I am wearing it, someone who is not looking for the typical “wedding dress” and girl who has a quirky, cool fashion sense, not wanting to be the centre of attention but stands out because of her sense of style.

Anyway just a thought…..