Ryu Chestnut Roasting Dress, $38 | Moon Collection Mauve Your Body Dress, $22 | Max & Cleo Kiss and Makeup Dress, $44 | Max & Cleo Sparkle and Span Dress, $50 | Frock & Frill Beading Heart Dress, $30 | Ark & Co. Any Other Name Dress, $21 | Ina Fashion For the Big Finale Dress, $18 | Lowie Shining Opportunity Dress, $42 | Tulle A Blush With Greatness Dress, $21
Has anyone else fallen victim to these insane after-Christmas sales? I CAN’T STOP! Here’s another great sale from one of my favorite stores for affordable, wearable dresses, Modcloth. At discounts up to 70% off, bridesmaid dress shopping may be another thing to check off your list this week! – Tram @ Phi-Style.com
[images from ModCloth]
1. Lanvin knot-front dress, $3665 | 2. Avanessi goal Love Knot ring, $390 | 3. Halston Heritage, $265 | 4. Ben Amun Luxe Knot necklace, $170 | 5. Fiorelli Monroe purse, $22 | 6. Cheap Monday Knot Bracelet, $37 | 7. ASOS Hex knotted sandals, $69 | 8. Goldkist twisted mesh knot necklace, $35 | 9. Halson Heritage double sash belt, $142
Knots are a great detail to add to a wedding. Long regarded as a symbol of the constancy between two people, it’s not only meaningful, but not too bad on the eyes either. Would be a great, unexpected detail to add to a wedding band as well!
[images from Net-A-Porter, Max & Chloe, My Theresa, ASOS, and Overstock]
Love these rings from Les Ouvrières…they have a whole series, but clearly I’m partial to the engagement ring.
[images from Les Ouvrières]
1. Peppermint When We Met Dress, $48 | 2. Thakoon Antique Paisley Dress, $322 | 3. Audrey 3+1 Paisley Dress, $48 | 4. Ken Scott Paisley Silk Bowtie, $68 | 5. Ralph Lauren Silk Paisley tie, $130 | 6. CoCo Paisley Scarf, $25 | 7. Sethi Couture Diamond Paisley Necklace, $1075 | 8. Koret Paisley Shoulder Bag, $120 | 9. Marie Todd Paisley Drop Earrings, $160
With spring weddings approaching, I thought paisley accents were the perfect way to transition in the warmer weather. Although typically found in brighter colors, you can find paisley print in a a range of shades and sizes, making paisley is a great pattern to incorporate into any wedding scheme. – Tram @ Phi-Style.com
[images from ModCloth, Net-A-Porter, Smart Bargains, Max & Chloe, and Mr. Porter]
Super excited to introduce one of our newest contributors, Brittany from The House That Lars Built! I’ve continually been inspired by her work ever seeing the giant paper flowers she made for her wedding, as I’m sure you have as well. Welcome Brittany!
Deciding what to wear for my wedding about a year ago brought out the indecisive in me. One day I wanted to go art deco glamour and the next English country. One thing was for sure though: no princess! Though I loved what I wore—my mom’s old dress— I forgot jewelry entirely and would have loved to have donned a veil or hat of some sort. Oh well! I still think about looks I wish I could have rocked including this casual & cute ensemble. I love the idea of being able to reuse the wedding items and this definitely fits the bill. – Brittany
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