Each year fashion trends change but there are basic guidelines we can all use no matter what the season. Here are some tips I use to help my wedding clients. I hope you find something useful for your special occasion!
Know your Style
Do you know what style dress suits your shape? Classic shift dress, structured, a-line etc..
Many ladies like a little sleeve or maybe a jacket over the dress.
We all love a flattering neckline that sits well.
Consider the length of your dress, don't go too short, knee length or a little below is perfect.
Always buy the right size and be comfortable in your outfit.
Colour is Key
What colours suit you? Soft pastels or bold tones such as cerise, royal or yellow?. Don't be afraid to go bold.
Yes it is okay to wear White or Ivory for Mother of the Bride but use a nice accent in your outfit or accessories. You can add soft golds and the hat design can transform this look for you to get the balance right.
Here, Mother of the Bride Michelle is wearing a bespoke Hat I designed in beige and cream to tone in with her accessories.
The Perfect Hat
Your hat is your finishing touch, your crowning glory for your overall look. Your hat can bring your complete outfit together in a style that suits you perfectly.
Anna wearing a bespoke dyed to match hat I designed for her daughters wedding.
Wedding guest Michelle wearing this dyed to match structured headpiece with a rose gold accent to pick up her accessory colour.
Have your hat designed to complement your outfit and in a style that suits you. Wearing the perfectly dyed hat for your outfit always looks stunning.
Do you like veiling? some ladies love the idea of wearing veiling, just be careful not to cover your face and try it on to see if it suits you. I often incorporate veiling into my designs without using it over your eyes.
We all love flowers but finding the balance with your outfit is key.
Lace and pearls give a beautiful finish to this hat.
For a more striking look, adding volume but it is still a very elegant light hat.
I hope you enjoyed my tips and thank you for reading my blog. If you need help with your wedding millinery contact me email@example.com.