Red carpet season continued at the 86th Academy Awards on Sunday. Our Fashion Editor defined one trend that ruled the night on Cate Blanchett, Jessica Biel, Angelina Joel, and more: major embellishment. Luckily, for those hollywood-glam brides, there are plenty of Fall 2014 collections that feature this look. Take a peek at 12 of our favorites!
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In case you didn’t already know, Caitlin, one of our very own on WeddingWire’s editorial team, is engaged! Throughout her entire planning process, she’ll be giving you insight on her experiences until September 20, 2014. First up: wedding dress shopping — and 9 things no one ever told her!
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Ready to start scoping out the dress of your dreams? After you book an appointment, it’s crucial you start gathering inspiration, whether that’s from our photo galleries, E-magazines, or even fashion ideas, and consulting this helpful checklist on what you need to know before you say yes. Key things to keep in mind: your date, type of venue, your budget, what works best for you body figure, and sizing.
Red carpet season began with the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday. Movie and TV stars strutted and posed in their gowns while our Fashion Editor (at home) took painstaking notes to help you recreate the best moments of the night for your own walk down the aisle. From Jennifer Lawrence’s black and white banding to Naomi Watts and Robin Wright’s metallic shimmer, see how you can steal their looks!
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My wedding is in a location far from where I live, so I have to travel with my wedding gown. What is the best way to transport my gown while ensuring that it stays in prime condition for the big day?
Sally Conant of the Association of Wedding Gown Specialists says: Whether you’re traveling near or far, it’s important to pack your wedding gown properly. Here are some of the Association of Wedding Gown Specialists’ top tips for how to travel with your wedding gown.
How to Pack a Wedding Gown: Pack your wedding gown in a box or suitcase lined with tissue paper. Fold the gown neatly and buffer each fold with tissue paper to prevent creases. Make sure you use ample tissue paper to stuff the bodice of the gown and cushion any bows or sleeves. If your gown is beaded with prongs, put tissue over the prongs so that there are no snags. Once the suitcase or box is packed, the gown should not move when you shake the box.