Vera Wang To Launch Bridal Jewelry With Chow Tai Fook

SHANGHAI–Bridal doyenne Vera Wang is expanding her universe again, linking up this time with Hong Kong-headquartered Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group to produce a fine jewelry collection to cater to the modern Chinese bride.
“Vera Wang Love” will debut on Oct. 19 in Chow Tai Fook Shanghai stores before expanding to other key cities including Beijing, Chengdu, and Hong Kong. It builds on top of her existing offerings in the space via “Simply Vera Vera Wang” jewelry, as well as deals for homeware, and her core ready-to-wear and gowns business.
The collection will span 18K gold and platinum engagement rings, as well as wedding bands and fine fashion jewelry, with a starting price point of about $ 400.
Traditionally speaking, gold and jade usually adorn brides in China but the two sides said couples in greater numbers are starting to “incorporate diamond jewelry into traditional engagements.”
Wang has found a powerful partner in Chow Tai Fook, one of the world’s largest jewelers with nearing 3,000 points of sale across China. The group’s other brands include Chow Tai Fook T Mark, Hearts On Fire, Monologue, and SOINLOVE.
Vera Wang counts three boutiques in Mainland China–in Beijing, Shanghai, and Chengdu.
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The Bridal Party at Amsale to Open in Garment Center Design Studio

PRESSING ON: Six months after the death of designer Amsale Aberra, the namesake company is moving forward with a new retail concept geared toward bridesmaids.
Starting Sept. 24, bridal parties can schedule appointments at the Amsale creative studio in New York’s garment district. Shoppers will find The Bridal Party at Amsale. The direct-to-consumer approach will give customers a full range of colors, fabrications, sizes, silhouettes and styles of both the Amsale and Nouvelle Amsale Bridesmaids collections. In step with the ever-increasing experiential options at retail, shoppers will have a behind-the-scenes view of the company’s Midtown design studio.
Neil Brown, chief executive officer of Amsale, said the introduction of The Bridal Party at Amsale is a “natural progression” for the brand as the retail landscape is changing. To that end, the way that brides and bridesmaids shop for dresses has “significantly shifted,” he said.
The more personalized shopping experience is designed to play up the attention to detail. There are more than 200 styles from both the Amsale and Nouvelle Amsale Bridesmaids collections. Clients will be encouraged to leaf through the numerous styles and try on different looks and take a close look at the fit of their selections.
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Danielle Frankel Bridal Fall 2018

Designer Danielle Frankel debuted her namesake bridal collection for fall 2018 that was both parts refreshing and chic. The offering was filled with fashion, gowns and separates fit for today’s alternative bride.

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Marchesa Notte Bridal Fall 2018

Marchesa Notte’s fall 2018 bridal offering felt timeless with modern touches of 3-D floral appliqués, feminine bows and honeycomb lace. The collection mixed elegance with easy through light and airy gowns.

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Naeem Khan Bridal Fall 2018

Naeem Khan infused his bridal collection with a bit of Spanish flair via standout ornate veils, delivering plenty of nontraditional ceremony options along the way, including a glittering jumpsuit that opened the show and an embellished cropped top paired with a full skirt. He ended his runway show on a celebratory note, with models clad in swishy mini cocktail numbers dancing in a disco-lit reception.

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Carolina Herrera to Start Selling Bridal in London at Moda Operandi

For the first time, Carolina Herrera will be selling her wedding gowns in the U.K. through a new partnership with Moda Operandi.
From Nov. 25 to 28, a Carolina Herrera Bridal trunk show will be held at Moda Operandi’s London store in Belgravia. Shoppers will be the first to pre-order gowns from the fall 2016 collection. The alliance is in step with the American designer company’s focus on expanded global distribution. The three-day event will mark the first time Moda Operandi has gotten into bridal in such a major way.
Brides-to-be will find fluid silhouettes with embellished intricate lace scallop necklines and a bodice that appears to have a panted motif due to crystals and hand-placed lace on organza. Other styles feature chantilly and guipure lace appliqués on tulle, and sheer layers and pleats. For fall, there is also a palette of blush tones and nudes.
Since she launched her bridal collection in 1987, Herrera has dressed a range of well-known brides including, recently, model Hilary Rhoda, who wed former New York Ranger Sean Avery last month. Olivia Palermo wore a Carolina Herrera ensemble for her wedding last year. Many fans of the designer know her wedding gowns from Kristin Stewart’s “Bella Swan”

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Romona Keveza Bridal Fall 2016

Romona Keveza has successfully been able to design two bridal labels with distinctively different points of view — both of which she showed this season in her intimate penthouse overlooking Rockefeller Plaza. Legends Romona Keveza was up first. Here, she focused on timeless pieces that are convertible, allowing the bride to have two individual looks: elegant, classic gowns perfect for the wedding ceremony — and a sexy party number when the overskirt is removed. In looks ranging from whimsical to sleek, Keveza worked her hand with delicate lace, frothy tulle and beautiful re-embroidered lace appliqués. Among the sea of white, she also gave a nod to love with a bold red corset gown in garden lace.
 
The designer continued her bold approach with her Romona Keveza Collection line. Here, she worked her voluminous gowns in painterly Tuscan garden prints that were unexpected and quite beautiful. For the more traditional bride, she showed ethereal goddess gowns, while for the modern bride she offered styles with clean architectural lines and metal belts. Keveza also channeled an aristocratic vibe with classic Chantilly lace gowns featuring intricate beading and crystal buttons.

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Oscar de la Renta Bridal Fall 2016

Peter Copping infused his gorgeous bridal collection with a ready-to-wear influence, reinterpreting styles from his spring 2016 runway with a bridal twist — and a particular focus on separates. Case in point: an elegant silk faille trumpet gown with a Chantilly lace bustier covered in organza “petals” drew from a similar style from Copping’s spring collection, seen there in a black cocktail version. Delicate embroidery — such as pearls, pale pink floral appliqués, sequins and bugle beads stitched together to create flower shapes — covered sheer bateau necklines and voluminous ballskirts, creating a soft, ethereal and distinctly feminine mood. A couple of sheer lace tops, done in short-sleeve and halter versions with ribbon ties, could be styled over column gowns or worn on their own with Copping’s frothy tulle skirts, one of them covered in hand-cut rosettes.

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Elizabeth Fillmore Bridal Fall 2016

For fall, Elizabeth Fillmore adorned her slinky, sensual wedding gowns with subtle accents — black waist bows and floral motifs — for a darkly romantic touch. She rendered her slender, bias-cut silhouettes in hammered satin, silk crepe and scalloped lace, some with sexy open backs and plunging cowl necks. For a bride who prefers a bit more volume, Fillmore offered a silk ballskirt with a cutaway hemline paired with a floral lace capelet blouse.

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Elizabeth Fillmore Bridal Fall 2016

For fall, Elizabeth Fillmore adorned her slinky, sensual wedding gowns with subtle accents — black waist bows and floral motifs — for a darkly romantic touch. She rendered her slender, bias-cut silhouettes in hammered satin, silk crepe and scalloped lace, some with sexy open backs and plunging cowl necks. For a bride who prefers a bit more volume, Fillmore offered a silk ballskirt with a cutaway hemline paired with a floral lace capelet blouse.

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Berta Bridal Fall 2016

Berta Balilti sees her bride as a strong, confident woman who wants to look sexy — but still classy — on her special day. The designer delivered that combination in an opulent fall Berta bridal collection shown in the Grand Ballroom of the Plaza Hotel, a setting befitting her ornately regal gowns inspired by the aristocratic women of Western Europe. The focus was on body-skimming lace sheath gowns with the slightest flare hem, adorned with shimmering paillettes, intricate embroidery, timeless pearls or dazzling crystals — and, at times, all of them at once. To amp up the sensual appeal, Balilti showed looks with bare backs and plunging necklines, but also offered dramatic capes, voluminous tulle detachable skirts and intricate bolero jackets for brides who prefer to cover up for the ceremony.

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Gustavo Cadile Bridal Fall 2016

For his second bridal collection, Gustavo Cadile fused romance and sensuality in slinkier, more body-conscious silhouettes than in his debut lineup. There were eight new styles, including a floral silk jacquard mermaid skirt offered with either a sleeveless cropped top or a sheer, long-sleeve jacket covered in sparkling floral appliqués — both options equally luxurious and modern. The New York-based Argentinian designer, who has designed a collection of eveningwear for seven years, showed his Latin roots by infusing the looks with a sexy flair, as in a column gown with a ruffled train and a sheer mesh, illusion bustier neckline.

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Alon Livné White Bridal Fall 2016

For his fall bridal lineup, Alon Livné channeled the 19th century Russian ballet, in particular, the symbolic swan, which he reinterpreted via lace embroidery. “I love how delicate and beautiful [the swan] is, but at the same time so strong and powerful,” said Livné, who delivered that sentiment in sexy, shimmering gowns that showcased the body via illusion mesh and plunging necklines. A few silhouettes, including a column with bell sleeves, recalled the Twenties, while another gown riffed on the Edwardian with a high-neck and long sleeves. Intricate latticework and lace patterns adorned with pearls, metallic beads, ostrich feathers and Swarovski crystals upped the collection’s glamour quotient.

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Anna Maier Bridal Fall 2016

Charles W. Bunstine II recently visited the archives at Maison Lesage, the Paris-based couture embroidery studio owned by Chanel since 2002, and collaborated with Lesage artisans on embroideries for his fall bridal collection. He also drew inspiration from the cliché moods of Parisian women — confident, powerful, sensual — which was reflected in a diverse range of gown silhouettes, most of them sleek and body-conscious with architectural seaming in lightweight floral French lace and envers satin. Bunstine’s long-sleeved, high-neck gowns in allover stretch lace hit the right balance between sexy and covered-up.

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Rivini by Rita Vinieris Bridal Fall 2016

There was a nip in the air at Rivini as Rita Vinieris looked to the first frost for inspiration. Backstage, the designer described her interpretation of winter as “a transparent veil glistening in nature.” To that end, she used sparkle to create depth through airy layers, placing delicate lace over metallic tulle. Key styles included a metallic organza top over a high-low ballgown skirt embellished with 3-D florals, and a deconstructed gown with layers of translucent tulle and Chantilly lace panels. Before the runway presentation, Vinieris showcased several of her lower-priced gowns under the Alyne label. Here she focused on beautiful yet traditional silhouettes, such as a corset gown with circular spiral layers.

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Yumi Katsura Bridal Fall 2016

In her 50th year in bridal, Yumi Katsura proved she enjoys staying true to who she is as a designer. Through an interpreter, Katsura called her gowns “modern classics with a couture hand” and said her philosophy is to make Japanese brides look gorgeous and graceful. Expanding that concept on a global scale, she offered both Eastern and Western silhouettes. In a nod to her homeland, Katsura showed kimono-style dresses and featured prints with traditional Japanese landscapes as well as bird, dragon and butterfly motifs — with the strongest looks being the beautiful painterly floral gowns, which were voluminous and romantic. Also notable was an ombré gown with 3-D floral appliqués. Katsura then showed a range of white dresses, from princess gowns to flirty short numbers. All were classically bridal with delicate lace, layers of frothy tulle and intricate pearl and crystal beading.

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Austin Scarlett Bridal Fall 2016

In an intimate presentation, Austin Scarlett showcased his well-edited fall bridal collection. Inspired by the Conservatory Gardens in Central Park, Scarlett aimed to balance the formality of Manhattan with the organic beauty of a flower — and he did. The botanical theme came through in a chic and modern way with 3-D flower embroideries on a sexy trumpet gown with side cutouts and a strapless ballgown in hand-painted floral. There were also touches of soft pink in the lineup, as in a tulle mermaid gown with pink folded-tulle banding and flounced train. For the more minimalist girl, Scarlett offered a simple yet elegant column-front trumpet gown in silk radzmir with detachable off-the-shoulder straps.

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Jean-Ralph Thurin Bridal Fall 2016

Jean-Ralph Thurin poured on the glitz and glamour for fall, starting with the collection’s opening look: a gold tulle ballgown covered in lace medallion embroidery with a crystallized bodice. And yet it was the more restrained looks that made the most impact, such as a wool crepe strapless gown with a fox-fur collared cape, hitting just the right mark for the season. A cap-sleeve mermaid gown with a U-neckline and metallic beaded accents was another elegant choice.

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Pronovias Bridal Fall 2016

For Pronovias’ first runway show in New York, designer Hervé Moreau was inspired by stories of different women with different types of bodies. Using lightweight fabrics such as Chantilly lace and silk Mikado to emphasize fluidity and movement, he celebrated the female form in sensual mermaid silhouettes cut close to the body, many with elongated trains and sexy, open backs. The show encompassed looks from the company’s signature collection as well as the Atelier Pronovias label, the latter notable for a few crisp, modern looks in silk crepe, some with sheer mesh and intricately embroidered bodices. Even Moreau’s ballgowns — of which there were only a few — evoked a spirit of lightness.

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Jenny Packham for David’s Bridal, Come See the Entire Collection: Wedding Dresses & More

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Marchesa Bridal Fall 2016

“We were quite playful this time,” said Keren Craig of her and Georgina Chapman’s Marchesa bridal collection for fall, talking specifically about a pleated tulle and lace peplum dress with a detachable skirt that revealed a sleeker silhouette beneath. The duo focused on the fine details, working metallic embroidery, mother-of-pearl beading and 3-D floral appliqués onto slinky A-line and fishtail gowns in a gorgeous, frothy lineup. Plunging necklines and high slits gave some looks a sultry appeal — an embroidered lace bustier dress with a sheer back was a prime example — but the duo also offered their customer more traditional ballgowns done strapless or with sleeves and opulently bejeweled bodices. The atmospheric presentation, held in a lofty studio overlooking the Hudson River as the sun set, worked perfectly in tandem with the collection’s dreamy romanticism.

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The Dreamy, Chic Bridal Collection Made for It Brits and Boho Babes Alike

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Listen up, all you single ladies (and those about to put a ring on it): Savannah Miller has just launched a bridal collection for Stone Fox Bride. Which means if you’re not exactly the tulle-ball-gown-at-the-country-club-type bride, your dreams of silk, ease, and everlasting chic are now that much closer to becoming a reality.

Miller is no stranger to weddings or, for that matter, designing an easy-yet-flattering shape. Having established with equally chic sister Sienna (yes, that Sienna Miller, patient zero of the mid-’00s boho street style movement; star of screens big and small) the contemporary line Twenty8Twelve, she went on to do a solo collection of elevated basics. This new collaboration is her official entrée into wedding dresses, though it’s worth noting that she’s not exactly a novice—she did design her own. Seen it? Google “Savannah Miller wedding dress” and you’ll find an image of her on an English moor in procession with an unspeakably photogenic family, clad in a silk velvet gown with a hood (be still, all your bride-to-be hearts out there!). This same image was espied by one Molly Guy of Stone Fox Bride, who did what you do with all visual depictions of one’s own personal #goals—she Instagrammed it. Miller double-tapped, DMs were exchanged, and the rest is very modern history. “We started that conversation about 18 months ago, and started developing the collection in April this year,” Miller told Vogue.com over the phone, during a chat that ranged from the topic of her own wedding to the larger implications of modern love (more about that in a minute).



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Though her wedding dress is beautiful in any setting, it makes even more sense in her personal context—take note, autumn knot-tie-ers. “I had this sort of merry, abundant, feasty type of wedding, with banquet tables heaving with plums and grapes and apples, and candelabra with wax drippings on the tables. Reindeer skins over the benches—very much a medieval banquet vibe,” says Miller. It may sound extravagant, but just look how wholly at ease she looks doing it. “My main thing is the bride feeling comfortable and great on her wedding day and having that effortless elegance,” Miller says, and she invoked that old style truism of clothes not wearing the person, the person wearing the clothes—one that’s never more axiomatic than upon one’s nuptials.

One particular design from the new collaboration, a silky style with lace sleeves, was inspired by a brushed cotton caftan Miller wore to her civil service, with the fabrication lightened up and the lacy bits added for a little sex appeal. What did stick around: the total comfort of the thing. “It’s an incredibly flattering line—to have the gathering in the center front means that the woman can be relaxed and comfortable, and it really draws the waist in,” Miller notes.



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And that silk and velvet hooded cloak number that played such a large role in her life can be yours, too—she’s made an homage to her own much-Pinterest-pinned wedding dress (and perhaps the seminal piece in the whole collection) for Stone Fox Bride, with whose owner she has total, natural synergy. “Really, [Molly Guy and I] are very similar in our approach to the way things should look, and we just get on really well—she’s like a sister now,” says Miller. “I was originally drawn to Stone Fox Bride because the aesthetic felt very much at one with my own. I’ve always dreamed of making wedding dresses, and this is absolutely how I imagined they’d be, and the setting—it’s a perfect fit for me.”

Plus, Miller brings an undeniably British edge in all the right places—a combination of out-in-the-country charm and to-the-manner-born splendor. One’s thoughts often turn more continental (ahem, look to the French Girls Do It Better school of thought) when looking for effortless, everyday chic, but where bridal ease and casual sybaritism are involved, the Brits do it best (think: Kate Moss in John Galliano). “I think that whimsical bohemian thing, and the way English people do it, is something [Stone Fox Bride] has always aspired to, because of the Old World-y and Guinevere vibe—it’s all very English,” says Miller. “So it has brought something new, but it isn’t a radical departure.” But there’s no trace of Renaissance fair here. Miller and Guy shared more contemporary common inspiration in the  ’70s and early ’20s, too, so it’s not all cone hats and corsets. “Our points of reference really are the same,” explains Miller, “our interpretations of them will obviously be different.”



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For Miller, wedding chic and interpersonal honesty go hand-in-jewel-topped-hand: “You have these delusions as children of marriage and the wedding day, and that it’s about the dress and flowers and everything. I think as humans in relationships, these days everything is a lot more honest. I think the more honest we can all be every day, the better. And I think those weddings where people are themselves but a little polished—there’s something so beautiful about the rawness of that. And I really love the honestly of that kind of experience when I go to a wedding and it’s real, and these people have been through it and they’re committing to each other. It’s a really interesting time in the world generally, not just from a fashion perspective. Relationships are much more a growing process rather than this perfect cutout picture of wedded bliss.” Hear that, Pinterest? Gone are the days of the bride having always to adopt the virginal princess stance. These wedding dresses are for the woman in full bloom, in the prime of her adulthood, which, let’s face it, comes a good deal later.

And as to the future of the Savannah Miller–Stone Fox Bride partnership? If you don’t have any nuptials on the horizon (or even serious prospects) just yet and feel markedly silly earmarking a dress in advance, don’t worry: “We’re already plotting and scheming about our next moves,” Miller reassures. “There will be more additions soon.”



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Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld Bridal Fall 2016

Dennis Basso envisioned an international woman for his latest bridal collection for Kleinfeld, infusing a diverse range of looks with sophisticated flair. “Years ago, there was a mind-set of one specific bridal look,” he said during a walk-through of the collection. Not so this season. Citing a more modern approach, Basso made sure there was something for every bride, offering minimalist styles — such as a chic tailored strapless silk mikado tuxedo dress with a back bow — as well as more embellished, traditional ballgowns. The gorgeous finale look, a textured ivory silk jacquard short-sleeve ballgown, was also the most interesting. Basso also rendered it in a flirty sleeveless version with a short pleated skirt for a bride who opts to change post-ceremony.

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12 Bridal Accessories You’ll Wear Long After the Big Day

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One of Kate Middleton’s Favorite Labels Is Designing Wedding Dresses for David’s Bridal

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15 Bridal Parties Who Totally Nailed The Ombré Dress Trend

There’s nothing wrong with a uniform bridesmaid look — all of the girls wearing the same dress in the same exact color.  

But if you want something a bit more eye-catching, consider an ombré color scheme. Not sure what that means? Basically, you choose a color and then have the bridesmaids wear dresses in a slightly different shades — some lighter, some darker and some in the middle so that they gradually blend into each other. 

Below, check out 15 gorgeous executions of the ombré dress trend. Get inspired! 

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20 Bridal Parties Who Flawlessly Executed The Mismatched Dress Trend

In case you haven’t heard, the days of mandatory bridesmaids uniforms — the same boring dress in the same drab color — are over. And what a relief it is!

More and more brides are letting their ‘maids choose their own gowns in colors and cuts that flatter their bodies. And when executed correctly, the mix-and-match styles look beyond gorgeous together in photos.

Not totally on board yet? Check out some of the beautiful bridal party looks below and you, too, will be sold. 

For more on how to make the mismatched look work, check out these tips from HuffPost and Nordstrom Weddings. 

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Allure’s 21 Most-Pinned Bridal Looks

You’ve picked your venue and nailed down the guest list, and now it’s time for the important part: your hair and makeup for the big day. Ahead, we’ve culled 21 of the most-pinned bridal looks, including a stunning crown braid and Beyoncé’s epic winged liner. Now, if only you could find a bridesmaid’s dress that everyone could agree on.
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Wedding T-Shirts and Wedding Denim: Fun, Fresh Alternative Bridal Looks, Courtesy of The Blonde Salad

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7 Non-Cheesy Bridal Hair Accessory Ideas

Despite every connotation running through your head right now, bridal hair accessories don’t have to be cheesy, sparkly, or anything out of a treacly princess fantasy (unless of course, you dig that, in which case it’s totally cool!). “There’s something really demure about a subtle hair accessory,” says hairstylist Ken Paves. You’ll want to get to know your bobby pins—seriously.
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Getting Hitched? Banish Bridal Stress with the Ultimate 10-Step Wedding Style Checklist

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According to the cardinal Holmes and Rahe Stress Scale, getting married charts at a nail-biting number seven on a lengthy list of life-changing events. So, to guarantee that sheer elation trumps anxiety in the lead-up to the Big Day, it’s vital that the bride-to-be makes astute planning her top priority. While it’s impossible to account for spontaneous glitches or squabbles that may arise (demanding in-laws, dubious bachelorette activity), making sure that your closet is fashionably prepped for every step of the journey, from wedding dress hunting to wine tastings, is the most practical way to break it all down and avoid any angst-ridden bridezilla behavior. Take note and navigate our wedding style checklist.

 

1. Wedding dress shopping

 



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J.W.Anderson linen midi-dress, $ 980; stylebop.com; Le Couvent Des Minimes everyday deodorant with alum stone, $ 14; amazon.com; Marie Meli high-waist control brief, $ 15; houseoffraser.co.uk; Maison Margiela square-toe heeled mule sandals, $ 695; selfridges.com; Bamboula Ltd. & Madewell striped tote bag, $ 78; madewell.com

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2. Venue scouting

 



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Isabel Marant Étoile Silo blouse, $ 291; alducadaosta.com; Ahlem Goncourt classic turtle, $ 395; ahlemeyewear.com; Diane von Furstenberg Genesis gingham pants, $ 348; stylebop.com; Veja The Volley white London red, $ 126; veja-store.com; Smythson Pocket Notebooks Collection Panama ‘Wedding Planner,’ $ 80; smythson.com

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3. Ring shopping

 



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J.W.Anderson blue stripe beach bodice dress, $ 1,065; avenue32.com; Dolce & Gabbana closed toe, $ 548; shoescribe.com; Essie sheer nail color in ballet slippers, $ 9; beauty.com

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4. Engagement photos

 



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Rochas long dress, $ 1,239; yoox.com; Irene Neuwirth gemstone triple marquise earrings, $ 1,560; barneys.com; Clinique Airbrush concealer, $ 27; harrods.com; Stuart Weitzman Nudist ankle-strap sandal, $ 398; bergdorfgoodman.com

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5. Bridal shower

 



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Simone Rocha tulle blouse with brocade trim, $ 795; modaoperandi.com; Tibi Purl merrow-edge on organza layered pencil skirt, $ 675; modaoperandi.com; Tabitha Simmons metallic leather perforated leather ankle-strap sandals, $ 557; saksfifthavenue.com; M2Malletier fabricca in lunar silver, $ 1,275; modaoperandi.com

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6. Cake tasting

 



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La Garçonne Moderne painter coat, $ 475; lagarconne.com; Isolda Santo Domingo silk midi dress, $ 1,457; matchesfashion.com; Aqauzzura Belgravia espadrilles, $ 495; barneys.com; Pepto Bismol upset stomach reliever (50 caplets), $ 23; walmart.com

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7. Wine tasting

 



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Gianvito Rossi lace-up sandals, $ 1,505; ekseption.es; Smashbox Be Legendary lipstick, $ 20; beauty.com; Trademark choker, $ 218; trade-mark.com; Opening Ceremony Siege spaghetti strap minidress, $ 325; modaoperandi.com

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8. Marriage license

 



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Tory Burch smocked silk pencil skirt, $ 495; toryburch.com; Tory Burch smocked silk wrap top, $ 395; toryburch.com; Chloé mini Faye cross-body bag, $ 685; harrods.com; Chloé mules, $ 695; shoescribe.com

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9. Bachelorette party

 



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Isabel Marant Myriam silk-chiffon blouse, $ 780; matchesfashion.com; Rodarte brocade fringe shorts, $ 1,150; modaoperandi.com; Saint Laurent metallic snakeskin platform heels, $ 615; bysymphony.com; Gucci iconic black magnetic color shadow mono, $ 37; gucci.com

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10. Ballroom dancing

 



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No.6 blush Scarlett wrap dress, $ 445; bondadrag.com; Trademark spiral small hoop earrings, $ 58; trade-mark.com; Donna Karan crisscross bodysuit, $ 595; modaoperandi.com; Oscar de la Renta Aubree feather-detail suede high-heel sandals, $ 743; modaoperandi.com; Altoids Curiously Strong mints, $ 24; wrigleyshop.com

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Houghton Bridal Spring 2016

“It was real bohemian gypsy inspiration,” said Katharine Polk as her spring bridal presentation got under way with an eclectic cast of models lounging on Mongolian fur pillows, Moroccan poufs and Persian-style area rugs. “It’s the most production we’ve ever done.”
 
The collection had a cool, casual air with plenty of looks for an alternative bride, including printed dresses — something uncommon in the bridal arena — and separates. Polk captured the boho-chic mood in the details, from flowing cap- and bell-sleeve blouses to fringe-hemmed gowns, topped off with Mongolian fur boleros and suede tunics. A few men’s wear options, a new category for Polk, were also scattered throughout the collection. Though most of the looks would befit a laid-back wedding, a few styles — such as a silver sequined tunic dress — channeled a dressier, flapper-era glam.

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Austin Scarlett Spring 2016 Bridal

Austin Scarlett drew inspiration from “The Winged Victory of Samothrace,” the second-century Greek sculpture displayed at Paris’ Musée du Louvre. In particular, he cited its sense of flight and movement. A strapless ballgown with a layered tulle skirt and ribbons of satin organza piping captured the ethereal, weightless mood, as did a tulle column gown with a detachable train, embroidered with crystals, lace and cascading satin petals. Most elegant was an off-the-shoulder trumpet gown in silk radzimir with a low-cut back and buttons that extended to the floor.

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Anna Maier Spring 2016 Bridal

Charles W. Bunstine II’s point of reference for his spring bridal collection for Anna Maier was a photograph of Victoire Doutreleau, one of Christian Dior’s star models in the Fifties, wearing an embellished satin gown. He also experimented with new materials, such as lightweight silk mikado, double charmeuse and Italian crepe de chine, and also offered a few options for a bride unafraid of color. Some of the collection’s voluminous architectural looks in taffeta and duchess satin felt overwrought, but Bunstine’s slender silhouettes – including a silk gown with Swarovski crystal straps – had a more youthful edge.

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Elizabeth Fillmore Bridal Spring 2016

Elizabeth Fillmore is a bohemian at heart. Inspired by “It” girl Poppy Delevingne, the designer imagined Delevingne “twirling in the rose gardens and her twin, the delicate earth angel,” for her spring bridal collection.
Fillmore showed a tight lineup of 13 exquisite bridal looks. These included a silk crepe sheath with a bib lace front; a rose-pattern lace jumpsuit; a cropped bralette top with a bias-cut skirt, and a handkerchief-hem lace slip dress ‹ each style more free spirited than the next. Fillmore also showed several stunning frocks in an elegant floral print.

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Temperley Spring 2016 Bridal

Alice Temperley channeled her boho English country girl again for her spring bridal collection, but also added a bit of decadence and glamour to the looks — “dresses to dance all night in,” as the press notes said — with Art Deco-inspired crystal embroidery and diaphanous silks providing for lots of movement. There were plenty of Temperley’s signature romantic touches, like vintage scalloped lace and crochet-embroidered bodices. For the bride who likes to party, a slender spaghetti strap gown covered in silver sequins — with a low-cut back and a matching cropped bolero that could be tied at the waist — conveyed an effortless sexiness.

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Isabelle Armstrong Bridal Spring 2016

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend — and so Isabelle Armstrong made the precious gems the theme of her spring bridal collection. The lineup featured geometric embroideries and layers of mixed fabrics, which created texture and beauty in each confection. Although the mermaid silhouette prevailed, there were also a few voluminous styles, most notably an intricate strapless gown with tulle petals. But Armstrong’s gowns had serious competition from several adorable flower girls, who practically stole the show.

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Amy Adams Is Getting Married! 5 Looks from the Spring 2016 Bridal Shows for Vogue’s Cover Star

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When it comes to planning for a wedding, the quest for the dress is high on almost every bride’s list of priorities. And in that sense, stylish celebrities are almost just like us. Last year saw Amal Clooney don a frothy Oscar de la Renta dress while Angelina Jolie got her kids in on the fun in an Atelier Versace piece complete with handmade doodles, and now the latest A-lister reportedly poised to join the newlywed club is Amy Adams.

We’ve seen the 40-year-old actress sport a bevy of strapless styles on the red carpet, so we think she would gravitate towards modern takes from Carolina Herrera or Peter Copping for Oscar de la Renta. In American Hustle she made the look of the seventies more alluring than ever, and J. Mendel’s ethereal, plunging V-neck dress would take that sensual vibe down the aisle. On the other hand, Adams might find the intricate lacework of dresses at Marchesa and Vera Wang to be a good match for her too.

 

Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, Vogue, December 2014

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Peter Copping on His First Bridal Collection for Oscar de la Renta

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“It’s her prerogative to be the center of attention,” says newly appointed Oscar de la Renta designer Peter Copping of the modern bride’s mentality. (As if she needed any encouragement!)

Copping stayed true to the house’s elegant and feminine codes for his first bridal show, while incorporating subtle twists—plunging-back here, lace inserts there—that ensure the spotlight stays where it should: on the bride. Or more specifically: on her entrance as she walks down the aisle.

“You have to remember: Most of these dresses are seen from behind,” Copping tells me after the show yesterday. “That was something I really wanted to consider: to think how it would look when the bride is in front of everyone, and to make it as gorgeous as the front.”

Other considerations? The modern bride isn’t afraid to let her hair down and party. And that makes maneuvering the first dance with elegance and ease more important than ever.

“A wedding is a day of celebration and it’s important that the bride really enjoys herself—she’s not encumbered by her dress,” says Copping. A tall order when you consider the voluminous confections that were on the runway yesterday. Take a closer look at the collection though, and you’ll find some very clever convertible design tricks: The tulle skirt on one dress peels off to reveal a form-fitting column dress, and on another, two tiers of tulle can be removed for a short “ballerina-type” dress. “So she can really party on and have fun until the small hours of the night,” explains Copping.

And what does the designer make of the growing trend among brides to have not one but two wedding gowns? “I think that’s a very good idea,” he says. “Obviously, it’s good for business. So let’s keep that trend going.” We’re all for it—with one caveat. “If you do go for two weddings dresses, there has to be a balance,” says Copping. “One has to feel a little bit understated, or be shorter, so it makes sense for you to have two.” Happily Copping’s varied offering—which had everything from princess gowns to minidresses—has got you covered on all accounts.

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Kim Kardashian's Makeup Artist Dishes on Her Bridal Beauty Look: "We Didn't Have a Trial"

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Kim Kardashian Wears All White To Her Bridal Shower In Beverly Hills

Kim Kardashian is counting back the days to her May 24 nuptials, and on Saturday, May 10, was caught by the paparazzi on her way to a hotel in Beverly Hills where she celebrated her bridal shower.

Shutterbugs from the photo agency X17 Online caught the reality star in a strapless white dress, pearls and silver heels. Her mother, Kris Jenner, also wore all white.

On Friday, Us Weekly posted what they claim to be the official wedding invitation of Kardashian and fiance Kanye West. The gold-embossed black invite calls for black tie attire and reveals a 6 p.m. dinner, but does not state an exact location. “Guests won’t know the venue until they get to Paris,” a source told the publication last month.

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Kardashian, 33, last celebrated a bridal shower in 2011 before she married Kris Humphries. The July affair took place at her mother’s Calabasas home and Demi Lovato, Serena Williams, former Spice Girl Melanie Brown, Brittny Gastineau and Rachael Ray were all in attendance.

For more photos of Kim, head over to x17online.com.

UPDATE 4:36 p.m. — Kim started posting Instagram photos from inside her bridal bash this afternoon, shedding some light on the guest list:


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