Peplum; noun: “a short section attached to the waistline of a blouse, jacket, or dress.”
Fun, flirty, and stylish…Just think of the cute bubble skirts…aren’t they just an adorable way to sex up your look?
A peplum, or short overskirt, has made its’ way from the ready-to-wear runways to wedding dresses. This flattering trend is a unique detail that can add a sexy, modern touch to any gown using both structured and softly draped shapes.
High-fashioned and vividly appealing, peplums picking up this season is a sure way to impress any bride-to-be gown shopping with this popular silhouette in the selection of many stores and boutiques.
Feathered or flustered?…or ruffled?
…any unique detail to a waist-defined peplum gown will be high-fashion!
50 shades of…Ivory?
Great news if white just isn’t your color…because this season, brides have more of an opportunity to find a color that’s more flattering to their skin tone and body.
Designers painted their dresses in splashes of bold strokes this season. Smokey reds, sky blues, and bridal blushes. So wearing white isn’t the norm anymore, as this season’s rebellious offset to white in the use of colors and ivory invites itself in! Yes, IVORY! Ivory gives brides a bigger selection to play dress-up with!
Color me …Boldly…but Softly
Keep it “bridal approved” by sticking to one color theme: one significant color of choice that pops. A bold pop of color will give your dress the new age look your going for, while expressing your individuality and “color personality”. Choose your color wisely…first impressions speak loudly…and boldly!
Don’t get any ideas of rainbow inspired dresses, either. Let’s pass on the tacky considerations.
Separate the white, or ivory, with color: Khloe Kardashian’s Vera Wang wedding gown had a subtle pop of the color around her waist. A thin or thick colored sash makes way for perfection as it can incorporate color into your gown in a classic way.
If you want to accessorize, add flowers to or around your hair. The middle of the flower could be a complimentary color to the shade in your gown. With an ivory gown, this look could be quite classic and vintage.
This article brought to you by Aleana’s Bridal Shop. A bridal shop located in Paramus, NJ.