In honor of Halloween, this week’s “dress of the week” features a black Vera Wang dress that is perfect for that non-traditional bride or more specifically, perhaps a Halloween bride! I am always in love with a Halloween wedding, but sometimes the “Halloween theme” can be a bit much. What I love about this dress is that, while the color might throw you off at first, the dress itself is still amazing. This is clearly not a costume, it is a wedding gown and I thank Vera Wang for proving, once again, that just because you want to be different does not mean you can’t keep it classy.
This week’s “Dress of the Week” comes to us via the Archbishop Rummel 2014 Homecoming Queen, Darbie Roques (who also serves as the President of the Chapellette Dance Team – Shout OUT!) Darbie picked this Kenneth Winston wedding dress … Continue reading →
Earlier in the week, I saw this picture posted on Instagram via THE KNOT. I have featured a few Galia Lahav dresses as picks for “Dress of the Week” specifically because the backs of the dresses are so stunning, so I had to find out where these dresses were being shown. As it turns out, this picture was taken at the Hudson Hotel in New York at the launching of the new collection and I thought it was only fitting that I would pick this entire collection as the “dress of the week”! I do love this designer and feel that the dresses represent the feminine, flirty side of women. I have said it before, and I’ll say it again, I am looking forward to posting more dresses from the Galia Lahav collection!!!
Orlando, Florida photographer, Damon Tucci, posted these pictures of one of his brides and I knew immediately that this Hayley Paige dress would be my “Dress of the Week.” The simple, subtle stripes add so much texture and dimension; I am literally in love! I feel like this is the perfect combination of Cinderella meets Vera Wang! Perfection!
I actually picked two Dresses of the Week this week, as you can see. I love when flower girls look like little girls. To me, they should be dressed in the traditional white, or ivory, princess style, little girl gowns. The first dress pictured is a Sweet Beginnings dress that is a bit more sophisticated of a flower girl dress than I would normally be drawn to. However, I think it is precious and depending on the age of the child and the look of the bride’s dress, this could be a perfect choice for a sassy young lady! The second dress pictured is much more traditional. This Kids Formal dress is the perfect ivory option for the sweet, simple, “mini bride” look that most bride’s imagine when thinking of their little loved one prepping the aisle for them!