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All the Fashion Inspiration A 2019 Bride Needs
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For a true diva, a wedding is a perfect opportunity to show off her styling skills. If the wedding happens to be your own, then it’s practically a fashion paradise just waiting to happen, and picking out the right attire and accessories is probably one of your favourite parts of the whole event.
If you’re giddy with happiness at the very prospect and can’t wait to show off the hottest trends, then get ready to be the most modern, gorgeous bride in 2019. For our eager fashionistas, here are some popular styles that should inspire all sorts of fun outfit ideas for your ceremony.
Daring, Sexy Crop Tops
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We love the idea of getting the kind of wedding outfit that you can wear even after the event, and the crop top and long skirt combo is one of the trendiest things that you can pick up. It’s definitely sexy, but what’s even better is just how damn elegant it can look. With only a hint of your midriff bared, a sleeveless or off-the-shoulder crop top can be downright demure, and if you pick a simple one you can even utilise it for different occasions. Imagine a marriage anniversary a year from now, and you wearing it underneath a sleek blazer? But not only that, a two-piece outfit like this can make it easy to change into something more comfortable after the ceremony, so you can bring a soft pair of pants or a simple skirt to change into for that wild after party you were planning—everyone loves a bride that shows off two outfits in one go.
As for the bottom half, pick a long, dramatic skirt that swishes as you walk, or maybe go for something a little more form-fitting and pick a mermaid cut that will flatter your curves.
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Wedding jumpsuits are a great invention, and they’re a great choice for brides who want to be a little more comfortable and still leave an impression. Most of the cuts look very sleek and polished, and they’re very popular with corporate queens and important business women because they give off an aura of power and luxury that can be really fun at weddings—who says that everyone needs a frilly dress? If girly outfits are not your thing, pick a jumpsuit and throw a blazer over it for full effect.
Pure, Unadulterated Sophistication
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Meghan Markle is to thank for this blessedly wonderful trend. For ladies who believe that elegance lies in simplicity, her Givenchy wedding dress was an inspiration that is still highly recognised as the ultimate form of royal sophistication. It’s influencing bridal trends everywhere, and the clean cut, simple silhouette, and lack of fussy or excessive details mean we’re getting garments that truly represent feminine grace. To pull this off, find wedding dresses that have traditional cuts and pair them with very simple, natural makeup and minimal jewellery. The trick here (and the reason everyone was so impressed with Meghan’s attire) is to let your own beauty be the biggest ornament—anything you wear is just there to enhance it.
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Reem Acra gave us a very interesting blend of floral details and metallic for 2019, and this is a very good direction for the kind of bride who loves the romanticism of weddings. Whether the flowers are subtle lace details on your veil or something that covers the whole dress, it’s hard to go wrong with something like this—you’ll feel like a princess and look totally feminine and demure.
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Not every dress needs to be huge, puffy, and dramatic. Shorter wedding dresses are a great choice, particularly if you picked a venue where you expect your guests to dance and be a little more active instead of simply sitting around. Look for garments with shimmery details or a fun feather trimming, and feel free to incorporate a 1920's vibe into the whole thing. The mini dresses actually work really well with finger curls, smoky eyes, and jazzy dance tunes. Of course, you can also go for sheer panels over a soft satin base if you prefer a little more serious kind of look. Just make sure to pair your dress with a really good pair of heels that will elongate your legs and make you feel more glamorous.
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When it comes to accessories, they seem to be focused mostly on one statement piece, and for 2019 that’s going to be a headband. Whether it’s pearls, shimmery gemstones, or simple satin ribbons, brides will be turning to hair ornaments to complement their attire and make them look just a touch more ethereal. If a headband doesn’t go with the hairstyle you were planning, consider wearing a circlet—they’re easy to incorporate with any kind of up-do, and they can make you look very regal.
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No more heavy, cakey makeup trends, gals. We’re slowly shifting more towards natural looks, and you no longer have to worry about elaborate eyeliner or buckets of bronzer that will completely change your natural skin tone. Next year invites minimalism, so master the art of natural makeup and enjoy the way it enhances your best features.
Your wedding is a great opportunity for you to play with fashion! Go as traditional or as out-of-the-box as you like, and have fun showing off your style.
Written by Sophia Smith
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Wedding dress styles to keep you fresh in summer weather
Whether you’re planning a destination wedding to a sunny locale or are holding your wedding during the popular summer months, you’ll want to make sure that you’re cool, comfortable, and gorgeous on your special day. Here are a few tips to help you select a wedding gown that’s both stylish and practical in hot weather.
Strapless wedding dresses are popular enough in cool weather weddings for their figure flattering fit, but they’re particularly useful for keeping cool when the sun’s blazing. Keep your neck, arms, and shoulders bare to take advantage of cooling breezes while showing off your best assets at the same time. Strapless dresses are far from a one-style affair – you can vary the neckline to create balance. For example, ruching can enhance a small bust, while sweetheart necklines draw the eye up and away from a larger bottom.
Choose Breathable Fabrics
Many traditional wedding gown styles are surprisingly lightweight, particularly when fashioned out of light, breathable fabrics. If you’re planning a summer wedding, avoid synthetic fabrics like the plague. These will weigh you down and make you sweat. Instead, opt for materials like chiffon, organza, tulle, silk, or lace. These let your body breathe on a day when you’re already more prone to breaking a sweat.
Consider Shorter Length
Many of the most iconic wedding dresses aren’t necessarily floor-length. Take a look at this infographic from Vashi to see a range of famous dresses in different lengths. Celebs including Marilyn Monroe, Keira Knightley, and Cindy Crawford all opted for dresses at or above the knee. If you’re not ready to wear a shift or prom dress in a formal setting, you could choose to change out of your main wedding dress into a shorter, breezier, and cooler dress for the reception!