Do not be put off just because trends: Fads are good but are not to condition your comfort, authenticity and full final look. For example, if you usually do not wear earrings because you do not feel comfortable with these pieces, it would not make sense that on the day of your wedding you would wear them. First for yourself, and second because all your friends will feel disguised.Read More
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The jewelry is a subject very dear to me already normally; imagine when it comes to jewelry for the bride. And if this year the marriage of my historical childhood friend and I will also be a witness, you know well that you have to remain calm and clarify a bit of things for the good of all, especially the bride!
Involved in the preparations swirl I realized that the jewelry for the bride are likely to overshadow after dress, shoes, makeup, wigs, party, flowers, wedding favors, selection of confetti and honeymoon. Unacceptable, know this. The elegance of a woman, and even more so of a bride, inevitably passes through the jewelry that chooses to wear on her wedding day. You do not want to look like one of those brides to say the least embarrassing with their crowns and rhinestones waterfalls! Exactly.
How to choose the jewelry for the bride, with 5 golden rules to be perfect on the day of your wedding…Read More
If you already have the wedding dress, you have chosen hairstyle and makeup you’ll look, you know what style of bouquet you like and have decided what shoes will tread with a firm step on the way to the altar, now missing one small detail: jewelry. Although that day will shine with their own light, it is an aspect that cannot be neglected.Read More
Among all the brides celebrity who married in 2015, especially those still ‘competing’ to become the bride of the year, there are three hairstyles that have appeared in virtually every memorable wedding: hair loose with very little noticeable waves (Sofia Vergara and Bar Refaeli); the collected under with slicked – back hair (Eva Gonzalez and Sofia Hellqvist); and the braid (Alba Carrillo). Three classics that, combined with the tendency of jewel hairstyles, make something as simple as a braid to the side, or a loose hair with hair braided in a real princess hairstyle and all this without resorting to the tiara.
In fact, contrary trends pointing to bridal hairstyle air royal (which by definition should accompany the wedding dress princess skirt that has become fashionable this year and repeated in the next), there are many alternatives that allows ‘enjoy’ our hairstyle, adapting these confections glass on metal crimped to the different types of hairstyle of the bride, both loose and collected: combs, barrettes, clips and hairpins, tiaras … We propose four of these looks, and how to ‘accessorizes’.Read More