Everything you want to know about finding your perfect modest wedding dress, from picking out the perfect style, to your style of veil and of course the perfect accessories and shoes!
Every girl wants to feel like a princess on her wedding day. So, in honor of the fact that we all deserve to feel like royalty from time to time, we've brought you some of the most beautiful royal wedding dresses from decades past.
With Covid seemingly here to stay, weddings are moving forward and we assume homecoming and prom will too. But what to do about personal protection equipment (aka face masks)? The last thing any fashionista wants to do is show up in a gorgeous gown with a generic mask.
We had so much fun with our "The Best & Worst Prom Dresses from TV & The Movies" that we thought you’d enjoy a similar post celebrating the best and worst wedding dresses the screen has to offer.
As they say, there is nothing quite so constant in life as change. Nowhere is this more true than in the world of fashion. From the styles we wear to the palettes we pick, fashion is always flux, and it's not always on an inexorable climb towards refinement.
To say 2020 has been an unusual year is quite the understatement. From social distancing to store closures, very little seems "normal" about this year. As much as we struggle in our day to day lives, we have to feel a special sympathy for Princess Beatrice, who had her original wedding date scheduled on May 29, only to have it cancel by COVID.
With wedding season around the corner, we thought we'd share with you some of our favorite modest celebrity wedding dresses. From Audrey Hepburn to Meghan Markle, we have decades of some of fashion's most iconic and elegant gowns for your enjoyment!
Wedding season is just around the corner and we have so many gorgeous new styles for you this year! This year, we've partnered up with several new designers to offer you a wide array of stunningly modest wedding dresses.
In the past few weeks, we've been plunged into a whole new reality, one that is ruled by Covid-19, also known as the Coronavirus or novel Coronavirus. Overnight, it seems almost everything has changed: grocery stores are subject to panic buying (good luck finding toilet paper!), you see people wearing medical masks almost everywhere and more than one in three Americans are subjected to "shelter in place" orders, wherein non-essential businesses, including schools are largely shut down and citizens are expected to self-quarantine.