One of our many designer additions is Jenny Packham Accessories! We are thrilled to have the opportunity to carry this line in our salons. There is no better timing than the release of the Roaring 20s moving The Great Gatsby.
Join us this summer as we celebrate the official launch of Jenny Packham in our Orlando salon!
Should your goal be to look pretty underneath the dress or on the outside of the dress? Many would argue each side. So I’ll let you know what side I’m on. You flip through magazines for months, you try on tons of dresses at the salon and find the perfect one, than you spend countless hours working out at the gym to look fab in your dress. With all this time in effort, I’m all in for a functional, long-waisted bridal bustier verse the corset that looks like what Angelina wears for Vogue.
Here are three things to remember when shopping for a bustier:
1. Can your seamstress sew it into your dress? This will provide extra structure to your dress and confirm that the dress will be snug as a bug up top.
2. Are you able to to exchange it if the bustier shows bad lines on the other side of your dress?
3. If your weight is fluctuating, try wait on this purchase.
When in doubt, email me and I can assist you with the perfect option!
Here is one of my many buying purchases from Bridal Fashion Week. I couldn’t resist this glamorous 1920s inspired dress by Rivini. The sheer, crystal bodice is paired with a fluid crepe skirt. Just gorgeous!
I love everything about this photo from Angelo Pennetta. The dress, the interior design, and of course the red shoes.
When your going with a short dress, a pair of sassy colorful shoes will definitely make a statement. If your dress is floor length, stick to white or ivory for a clean, crisp bridal look. Also, save on the shoes and invest in jewelry! You won’t see your shoes underneath your dress so you might as well let your jewelry make a statement.
Here are some of my favorite shoes from the lines we carry:
Right then I realized, my day had passed. She’ll always love me, of course, but not in the same way. I was no longer the man in my little girl’s life. I was like an old shoe. The kind we manufacture and get all excited about, then after a few years discontinue. That was me now. Mr. Discontinued.
Last night we took over my boyfriends bar space and turned it into a moody photo shoot! I’ve been dying to do a black and white should and couldn’t be more pleased to partner with Becka from 222 Studio Photography and Imprint Cinema. Here are just a few of the sneaks that Becka has shared on her Facebook wall.