What’s Hot, What’s Not

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With weddings taking on a more artistic appeal to express the personalities of the bride and groom, you will see many unique trends this year.

Plunging necklines and bare shoulders with tapered hemlines that start short in the front and cascade into a train bring sexy back down the isle.

Plunging necklines and bare shoulders with tapered hemlines that start short in the front and cascade into a train bring sexy back down the isle.

Veils are back. Long or short, trimmed in lace or plain and held in place by a Victorian tiara.

Veils are back. Long or short, trimmed in lace or plain and held in place by a Victorian tiara.

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What’s old is new again. Dainty, lacy sandals and peep toe’s inspired by years gone by with an abundance of antique sparkle.

Pants? That’s right. White tailored pants are making it to the alter on the bride, not just the groom.

Pants? That’s right. White tailored pants are making it to the alter on the bride, not just the groom.

“Antique look” accessories make a bold statement with large rhinestones and pearls.

“Antique look” accessories make a bold statement with large rhinestones and pearls.

Straight from the World War II era, hair makes a fashion statement with tight buns and braids, elegant and understated. The messy up-do is a thing of the past as brides sport neater styles with tiaras and flower crowns.

Straight from the World War II era, hair makes a fashion statement with tight buns and braids, elegant and understated. The messy up-do is a thing of the past as brides sport neater styles with tiaras and flower crowns.

Spring colors are hot, anything other than white like blushes and pinks.

Spring colors are hot, anything other than white like blushes and pinks.

 

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