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Posted by Cayla Capri
y ou don’t need a riot of color to get cheeky on your wedding day. A subtle tint or pop of paint is enough to make any grrl weep. Designers are beginning to favour off-off-white hues like pink and grey, though color is still somewhat scarce in the realm of gowns. Best to shop for dresses eith
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f eathers have been ruffling fashionistas for years but can be recently seen going from day to night, catwalk to club. Stirring up some serious flights of fancy, a seemingly innocent plume evokes a plethora of images - Swan Lake cygnets, 1920’s gamines, and Victoria Secret angels. The selling point of this quill? Feathers can be sp
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a ll brides capping off the decade, wondering what’s hot to trot down the aisle for the 2010, need not look any further. Oh-nine standbys, like the vintage craze, hold fast at number one, reigning in updated newcomers, like the all-drama, no-cumber birdcage veil. Couture cupcakes, retro invites and monogrammed everything have yet to lose their mojo, so if signature drinks float your boat, don’t let
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t oday’s bridal wear is refusing to go under the radar when it comes to walking the aisle. Super-sized and super-refined, white-hot designers are choosing to go over the top with timeless embellishments. Elbow-deep in arts-‘n’-crafts heaven, the cream of the crop are choosing to stitch, sew, pair and patch downright scrumptious accoutrement to luscious yet minimalist silhouettes.
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j uly has seen some things. Mostly, some very cute things. Rounding-up this summer’s trends thus far is fun like eating corn on the cob is fun, because it’s lousy with lazy, hazy, crazy-days good vibes. Incorporate snow cones, jars of honey, planters, wine barrels, birdcages, robin’s eggs and parasols into your wedding and guests will be sporting the kind of smiles usually accompanied by a sticky ri
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