a ria’s latest bridesmaid collection speaks volumes full of pure color and fun. Deep-set hues compliment fresh-faced complexions, as skillfully-crafted garment boning flatters figures oh-so comfily. When it comes to dressing up your besties, these rainbow wonders are a perfect match for a pair of sassy sling-back shoes and some jazzy accessories. pink n’ polished
e ffortlessly cool, with a dash of ‘West Coast softie meets East Coast edge,’ widely acclaimed fashion designer, Joanna August brings a deep affinity for friendship and bod-flattering looks to gals and their pals the world over. Spectacularly fresh, formidably glam, and always BFF-friendly, August is most definitely the new June when it comes to bridesmaid garb done right. swept away lengths
w anting to stand out on your wedding day is natural, but showcasing your hot posse in numbers that flatter is the best way to dress your friends and keep them too. Pop culture once gave bridesmaid garb a bad rep, clothing single, woe-begotten female leads in prom night taffeta, puffy sleeves and oversized bows circa 1980. Thankfully, Sex and the City breathed the chic back into the sidekick frock, slipping their ladies into flowing yet structured gowns of varying shapes and colors. You too can be as fashionably generous as SJP, dictating styles that will make your unique girlies feel comfortable and come-hither smart.
y our bridesmaids are your go-to-gals when you’ve got good dish to spill, when you feel a lengthy rant coming on, and when your hairdresser comes thisclose to convincing you a page-boy haircut would look darling. They don’t just take care of your wedding day; they take care of you, every day. You love and trust the bejesus out of your little entourage, and now it’s time to show your thanks with a ribbon-tied gesture appreciation. leave them sparkling Velvet sachets a
w eddings, and everything that comes with them – the gifts, the shower, the bachelorette party – are all fun-filled, wonderful memories-in-the-making. But when you add up all the good times, (also known as the spa, the supper club, and just enough drinks to keep the bride tipsy all night long) you end up with a pretty hefty bill. As the bride, keep in mind that most women are too shy to confess their financial shortcomings, and that many will be attending multiple weddings in one summer, so try and ease up on your well-meaning girlfriends. A keen organizer will know how to find the perfect balan