Mixology (21)

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In honor of New York Bridal Week when Spring/Summer 2013 collections and couture dresses of tulles, chiffons, silks and lace are viewed, I present to you wedding white mixology. The biggest names in bridal this year are Oscar de la Renta, Vera Wang, Marchesa, Jenny Packham, Monique Lhuillier, Reem Acra and Alfred Angelo. Are you mermaid style or a princess? I personally have never tried on a dress nor never really imagined myself in a white hot creation (not even the girlish fantasies). Perhaps my history lends itself more to cream…

Monique Lhuillier - Spring 2013

Dress: Textured lace gown by Monique Lhuillier. / Room: Fluffy white linens meet flowing white canopy headdress in this dreamscape of white. Flirty, feminine and bright, found here.

Banderole Gown by BHLDN

Dress: Banderole Gown by BHLDN with a silhouette fitted through bodice and hips. The gossamer three-quarter sleeves and tiers of pure silk chiffon unfurl from empire waist to toe. / Room: Waterfall Ruffle Curtain from Urban Outfitters in dusty pink dresses up a bare white room with spartan furnishings and still adds a touch of opulence. 

Tony Ward Couture 2013

Room: White based room with minimal midcentury features and sharp geometric shapes.  The yarn ball light fixture can be made here. Original image link found via Pinterest and broken! Sorry! / Dress: Tony Ward Couture 2013, Freesia – a column dress with rectangle draping and texture juxtaposition, found here.

About Keren

My name is Keren. I was once a pigeon in Paris, pecking at street cheese, and dreaming of anthropomorphism.

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