Recent wedding dress Posts
Photo by Dreamlove Wedding Photography
Congratulations! You’ve found the one, and by “the one,” we obviously mean your wedding dress. It can be a difficult task and it’s rewarding to finally find the perfect fit for your style and body. However, there are certain things you just shouldn’t do after buying it. Consult our list of 5 things not to do after picking your dress, to make sure your road to the altar is smooth sailing.
The initial stages of wedding dress shopping can be totally overwhelming, especially if you don’t know exactly what you want. Lucky for you, WeddingWire’s FallBook 2014 put together a diagram to help you figure it out. Whether your wedding style is more casual and modern, or traditional and formal, our bridal style matrix has the perfect fit for you. Happy shopping!
Dress Designers (from left to right): Sophia Tolli and Theia
In case you missed all the red carpet action at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday night, our Fashion Editor sure didn’t! She was at home (obviously) watching TV stars alike say each and every fashion designer they were wearing. From Claire Danes’ red illusion lace cut-outs to Hayden Panettiere’s sequins and Kerry Washington’s thigh-high slit to Allison William’s big ol’ ball gown, see how you can steal their looks for your walk down the aisle.
Dress Designers (from left to right): Christos and Blush by Hayley Paige; Photos (from left to right): Dan Lecca
With her classic-meets-cute-meets-California-cool style, Lauren Conrad is undoubtedly one of our favorite fashion icons (and reality TV stars in Laguna Beach). And now that she’s engaged, we can’t wait to see what she’ll wear down the aisle to William Tell. If you’re as guilty of obsessing over her red carpet style as we are, check out these LC-inspired wedding gowns here. We’re hoping she wears one our picks, of course!
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!