When I'm working on a new collection, I'm ultimately thinking about designing dresses with a definite comfort and distinct style. But with that being said, I find it so important that a bride be able to make the dress her own with accessories and flair. So let's play a little bit...here are a few ways I'd style a few of the 2012 collection...
This dress has layers of delicate chiffon and a soft scooping back so it definitely leans more romantic without being overly dramatic. I paired it with a subtle jimmy choo ballet flat, crochet drop earrings by bhldn, and a delicate twigs & honey veil.
Isn't she darling? I love the perfect touch of simple modesty in this dress paired with a delicate peter pan collar. I thought it would be great to go with neutrals for this dress, nude t-strap heels from ruche, a light-weight rose gold diamond ring from catbird, and just a little bit of pop with a deep red butter london nail polish.
There is a sophistication about this dress that makes it feel very intimate and could really be taken in many directions. I chose to play on the existing glamourous details of its charmeuse trim and add some colorful accessories. First, adding an untamed petals rhinestone comb, followed by a silk pom-pom brooch in ice by bando, and these strapy coral heels from kate spade.
Tea-length goodness! Another great dress you could dress-up or down, take it formal or casual...so I went all natural with this number. A gorgeous infinity gold ring by melissa joy manning, a soft pink butter london nail polish, and a rustic wildflower halo from kinfolk magazine.