This post on wedding dresses seems appropriate because not only have I had requests from readers to do more "wedding stuff" but a few weekends ago I went to NYC and finally gave my dress a GO! It is happening. My wedding dress is being made. And as you can tell from the picture below I get really excited when surrounded by wedding dresses!
An amazing designer/seamstress in NYC is working on the dress that we designed and put together. I found inspiration through many different styles and dresses. Through my dress search I came across certain features and detailing of dresses that I loved. Most of us have heard of Vera Wang, Jim Hjelm, Oscar de la Renta, and Reem Acra. But below is a list of designers that are not so popular. Many of them are London designers, and I found myself attracted to their styles. Hopefully you can find some inspiration!
Jenny Packham- The beautiful backs to her dresses caught my eye. Her dresses have amazing bead work and detailing.
Sarah Seven - A designer from the USA! Portland Oregon. Her dresses have frills, layers, and movement. Girly and oh so sweet. I love her accessories too!
Sarah Janks- Feminine. Beautiful backs. Sexy Elegance.
Temperly London- When I see these dresses I think elegance, sophistication and royalty. Lace and sleeves.
Amanda Wakeley- Light fabrics and not your traditional wedding dress. Her take on the staples dress is my favorite. London Designer. Her style reminds me a bit of Nicole Miller.
Clair Pettibone- Vintage feel. Most of her dresses have texture or lace. Very few are staples.
Penina Tournai- The first designer I fell in love with. Her work is amazing. So intricate and truly pieces of art. These dresses are for the avant guard bride and those with a larger budget! Israeli Designer.
J Crew- Simple. Elegant. And will not break the bank. We often look over J Crew, but they really have some beautiful dresses. Check them out for brides maid dresses too.
What are you favorite dress designers? What is your favorite style of dress?
OH and I made this last night. SO good, SO easy, you SO need to try it!
- 7-10 FROZEN strawberries
- 10-15 FROZEN blueberries
- 1 FROZEN banana
- Then add about 4-8oz of unsweetened almond milk (you can use coconut milk, rice milk, cows milk, whatever). Decide what consistency you like it and just play with how much milk you add in. Start adding the milk in slowly, because you can always add more. **if you do not have enough milk your blender will get jammed up.
- add all ingredients together in blender
- add more milk as needed