If you’re wearing a relatively unadorned gown without much beading or embroidery, you may want to jazz up your bridal look with a sash. Not only do sashes flatter the figure by emphasizing your waist, they also can help infuse your own personal style into your wedding day. From crystal-adorned glam sashes to nature-inspired sashes featuring fabric flowers and leaves, there are lots to choose from.
Purchased this for my sisters wedding. I'm wearing this with my maid of honor dress and its lovely. I ordered the purple color so it took a while to wait for it to come in from China. But it really didn't matter because the wedding isn't until the fall. Overall a very nice belt. The quality isn't the BEST but I'm only going to be wearing it the one time so I am satisfied with it.
Whether you want sky-high heels or comfy flats, you’ll need to select your wedding shoes before your first dress fitting so that your gown can be hemmed perfectly. When selecting your wedding shoes, consider your comfort, of course, but also your wedding venue and style. For example, if you’ll be outdoors on grass or in the sand for most of your wedding day, stiletto heels likely won’t be comfortable or appropriate—stick with wedges, sandals, or flats instead.
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We absolutely adore skirts. They're perfect for mixing and matching with printed blouses. From your most casual days to celebratory evenings, you should always have a go-to skirt in your wardrobe repertoire. Skirts for every outfit. Our skirts are fun, feminine and bring serious personality to any outfit. A day at work might call for a wrap or pencil skirt, while weekend adventures welcome the mini skirt. Whether you're looking for an above-the-knee silhouette, or longer lengths like a midi or maxi, we've got you covered.
Sure, your wedding dress may be the star of the show, but the right accessories will totally elevate your look and add a personal touch (or three). But between jewelry, shoes, veils and other pieces, there can be a dizzying amount of choices to make, and you definitely don't want to go overboard. So before you buy anything, read our top style rules for accessorizing your wedding dress.
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Your new best friend, you’ll love them all year round. From mini skirts to maxi skirts, we’ve got a style to suit every hemline. Take it to new heights with short skirts and denim skirts or channel your inner boho with maxi skirts in soft, floaty fabrics. Play it cool with denim skirts or work it in pencil skirts that can take you from the office to the dance floor. Show off your curves in all the right places with our figure-hugging tube skirts in a flattering bodycon fit. Keep these on high rotation in your wardrobe.
How to wear a gold dress is highly dependent on the tone of the gold in the dress. For instance, certain gold fabrics have a more yellow or orange tinge to them. Others can be a little or a lot cooler, almost beige-like, and often bordering on a silvery hue. Some gold’s are also a darker, antique-like gold’s, while others are much brighter. And let’s not even talk about rose gold!! Gold tones are complicated, ladies! Black shoes literally go with every color dress or outfit under the sun & moon!What I really like about pairing black heels or booties with a gold dress of any shade is the stark contrast between the bright metallic vs. the deep dark shoe. One of those rare times where black shoes really do make a statement! if the gold you’re wearing is at all sparkly or glittery, I’d opt for a pair of matte black suede shoes. This way, shiny shoes won’t be competing with the dress’ dazzle. Clutch choice here is easy: black or gold!
You have a lot of options when it comes to how you should wear your hair—up, down, or in between. You’ll also need to decide if you’ll wear any hair accessories. Of course, there’s the traditional veil. From a super-long cathedral-length veil to a mid-length fingertip veil, or a short birdcage veil or blusher, there are lots of veil options to choose from. Remember, though—you don’t have to wear a veil to look or feel bridal.