Recent wedding dress Posts
Photos (from left to right): Bait Footwear City and Estate Wedge, $65 on ModCloth and Mei Shoes Maritime for a Change Wedges, $65 on ModCloth
If comfort is your number one priority when it comes to walking down the aisle (and kickin’ it on the dance floor), you’re probably not even considering those four-inch stilettos. Flats are a comfy alternative, but wedges are where it’s at if you still want a little extra height. Luckily, our Fashion Editor has hand-picked 15 of her favorites that are ALL under $150. You just can’t beat that price!
Dress Designers (from left to right): Berta Bridal and Anne Barge
Our Fashion Editor hates to admit it, but she was eagerly awaiting the photos from the Kimye wedding last week – and in case you haven’t noticed, the newly-named Mrs. West didn’t disappoint. Hello, she wore a custom lace Haute Couture Givenchy show-stopping stunner! If you’re still drooling over this epic moment, be sure to check out our slideshow of look-a-likes here complete with long sleeves, sheer cut-outs, exposed backs, and beautiful belts.
Photos (from left to right): Signe Dress, $138 at Anthropologie and Jessica Simpson Print Chiffon Maxi Dress, $128 at Nordstrom
Whether you’re jetting off to a tropical destination or staying closer to home for an upcoming summer wedding, we know it’s going to be H-O-T! Our Fashion Editor knows how to keep cool with these bright and not to mention breezy dresses that are fit for any budget-savvy shopper with a specific outfit code.
Photos (from left to right): Oh My Love Cross Back Textured Skater Dress, $68 at Nordstrom and ASTR Asymmetrical Faux Leather Panel Body-Con Dress, $62 at Nordstrom
No matter what the activity of choice may be, your bachelorette party is a prime opportunity to have fun with the people who supported you on the long road to love. Want to look great without breaking the bank? Our Fashion Editor has got you covered! Check out these 20 fabulous frocks at less than $100 a pop.
Photo Courtesy of Desiree Hartsock
OMG! WeddingWire’s editorial team had the chance to sit down with The Bachelorette’s Desiree Hartsock during New York Bridal Market a few weeks ago, and guess what? Not only is she a bride-to-be (Chris Siegfried is one lucky man), but also is designing her very own wedding gown collection with the beloved Maggie Sottero. Be sure to check out eight favorite tidbits from our exclusive interview here.