Not every girl longs to be a ‘glamorous’ bride.
There are still those who want to stay modest and demure.
But for brides looking to add a little to 'glam' their style… here are a few ideas for you.
1. Choose a plunging dress
If you are blessed with a sexy back, the classiest way to show off some skin in a wedding gown is with a backless dress. The daringly low lines look modest from the front, but catch all eyes from the back. And it goes so well with #2
2. A Back Necklace
This new trend pairs perfectly with idea #1.
The back jewelry is a sexy and elegant way to accentuate your back.
This is the jewelry to wear when you have an up-do or short hairstyle.
Complement that plunge with a little bit of sparkle, or my # 3 suggestion….Pearls.
Pearls are more than just jewels. Since the beginning of time, pearls have been revered as one of the world's most beautiful and magical gems. Today, cultured pearls are the foundation of every woman's jewelry wardrobe.
Fashionable and feminine, cultured pearls truly enhance a woman's style.
Rich, classy, and every ‘lady’ since the beginning of time has worn them.
A simple cultured pearl necklace can take a woman through every moment in her life, every outfit in her wardrobe. The possibilities are endless.
4. Bird Cage Veil
Chic, Classic, and timeless. They’re simply beautiful and scream 'Hollywood glamour', sophistication and elegance. The fabulous bird cage veil can be worn and adapted to suit your personal style and taste. You can have the simple net veil covering your entire face, positioned just below the eyes or covering your head completely – it’s entirely up to you.
You can even dye the netting to any color you want!
Ivory, classic white, black, red, pink, yellow, etc for a ‘pop’ of color!
The ultimate elegant accessory.
Along with pearls, it is the one accessory you will have seen EVERY Old Hollywood actress wearing.
Gloves were worn everywhere in the 1950s and completed a woman's grooming.
Without gloves she was not properly accessorized.
Clean gloves were also the hallmark of a lady and white or cream was the most favored.
The formality of wearing gloves even continued into the sixties but sadly you don’t see much of it anymore now.
However, there are few things as glamorous as a fabulous pair of gloves.
Wrist-length, elbow length & opera-length gloves for weddings, proms, or debutante balls in silk or white leather. They add sophistication to your bridal style.
However, you are certainly not limited to traditional gloves.
Again, a pop of color can add an element of surprise to a traditional white bridal dress.
I love the look of black opera length gloves to complete a white gown.
Gone are the days where the bride must wear all white.
Hey, it’s YOUR wedding, and that means YOU get to do what YOU want....the heck with tradition.
And what can be more glamorous than walking down the aisle in a red bridal gown.
Definitely not for the ‘shy’ bride.
Red is for the bride that is confident and WANTS attention!! And believe me, she will get it.
Seriously, who doesn't love some Bling!?
Its very glamorous to shimmer, shine and sparkle. But do it in a classy and feminine way.
The possibilities are endless, from a statement necklace or bracelet, a statement hair comb, or even stunning shoes.
And when in doubt of whether to wear bling or pearls...hey, just combine the two.
Go big or go home!!
8. Go for sultry eyes
Now, those that know me know this is my most favorite makeup look.
Smokey, glamorous eyes, flirty lashes, and a soft, pouty lip.
9. Wear sexy lingerie
Even if no one else sees them you’ll know you what sort of sexy underthings you have on, and it will make you feel fabulous all day. Just like wearing perfume, putting on high heels, or doing your makeup, sexy lingerie makes you feel flirty, feel sexy, feel ultra-feminine and that will make you walk and stand with confidence and come across in all your photos.
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