Getting ready for your wedding and want everything to be in harmony down to the tiniest details? Our fashion expert has 5 exciting, distinctive, and glamorous wedding outfit styles each one with a matching outfit for the bride and groom to help you decide!
1. Old Hollywood
This was one of the most dazzling eras, still loved today, and the mood of this time lends itself to a spectacular wedding. Choose a long Daalarna dress with a train, let your shoulders free, and you can evoke the past perfectly. For the groom’s outfit velvet and satin suit this style best, and it might be worth considering darker tones for the whole outfit.
This wedding style has enjoyed unbroken success for many years. The great thing is that many trends within the bohemian style work amazingly together, whether it’s folk, romantic, boho rustic or vintage. This wedding dress can have lace, embroidery or pearls. There is no strict dress code for the groom, he doesn’t even have to wear a jacket. A hat could look stunning, and a patterned silk necktie is much more authentic than a classic tie. Braces worn over a tucked in shirt are popular too.
3. The ’50ies
An all-time favourite, all-time inspiring wedding style. If you don’t like long wedding dresses complete with a train, then choose this style! Show off your dainty feet and your special high heel shoes too! Emphasize your waist either by the design or with a belt. For the men’s look a double-breasted jacket, waistcoat, high waisted, well-creased trousers are essential. Key accessories include a crochet tie, a perfectly ironed handkerchief, a watch chain and decorative cufflinks.
4. Made in Italy
For a spectacular and expressive wedding add a touch of the Italian life feeling. Choose a richly ornate, low cut dress with a train, the mermaid style wedding dress is perfect for this. Not to mention the lace veil! Men should forget about black, think in terms of blue and green instead. The most important consideration is the perfect cut. The first impression must be crisp and well-ironed. The trousers and jacket can be of different colours or shades, but the final result must be harmonious.
5. The stuff of fairytales
If you have been dreaming of your wedding day since you were a little girl, then don’t be afraid to make those dreams come true! If you want to be a princess, then be a princess, with a dress sweeping to the floor, full detailed layered skirt in tull with a bodice, or something evoking a bodice.
A black and white colour combination, for example a white jacket with black trousers, can be worn here to stunning effect. Choose a bowtie rather than a tie, and explore velvet accessories such as moccasins or jacket lapel.