Weddings go hand in hand with fashion and all sorts of trends. Today, we will shine a light on one of the worst nightmares of most brides.
The wedding season is in full swing, and is goes without saying that pretty much every bride begins to plan her wedding look months before her big day. A gorgeous dress, pumps, a veil, not to forget make up and hairstyle. Finally, she looks absolutely perfect on her wedding day. But there's a catch: she has no control over what the wedding guests will choose to wear. And thats why the idea of beautiful family photos from the wedding often disappears like a steam... The bride's sister has just shaved half of her head, her cousin dared to arrive in jeans (!!!), the granny from Moravia is wearing the same blouse she had at the funeral of grandpa Fanouš five years ago!!! In our beautiful Czech country, we could go on like this forever.
How to avoid this disaster? There's only one thing to do here - write a strict dress code in the invitation. But forget about fancy words such as "Black Tie" and the like. Do you really think your eighty-year-old grandmother has an idea what that means? Hardly. A better way to go of choosing, for instance, a color combination and suggest it to everyone in the invitation. That should guarantee that your photo won't suffer from clashing styles and colors. And what's more, you can utilize the bridesmaids! Have them check all the models in advance. After all, they're not there just to flirt with your future husband's friends...
At the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Victoria Beckham was a prime example of a precisely dressed wedding guest. A dark blue ankle length dress with long open sleeves and a chic mini-hat with a mesh, spiced up with red pumps. Do you know what the trick is here? She's absolutely beautiful, but with her conservative choice, she has no chance of overshadowing the bride... And that's the point!
Another darker shade that's perfect for a wedding. This time worn at the romantic Venetian wedding of George Clooney and his beloved Amal. As you can see, the fit of the gown is not provocative, but it is still sexy. And the loose part in the tummy area is ingenuous! Now the banquet can begin.
In 2016, our countrywoman attended the wedding of Lady Charlotte Wellesley and Alejandro Santo Domingo. She arrived with her husband, wearing a beautiful cocktail dress from Dolce & Gabbana. In this case, I appreciate not only the choice of dress, but also the fine makeup and hairstyle channeling Marilyn Monroe. See, you don't have to worry about using bolder colors. If you know how.
Last but not least, we give you Kylie Jenner and her defiance against her older sister Kim. In 2014, she married Kanye West in Italy and had her Day with capital D planned out down to the smallest details. Back then, she asked everyone to wear either the cream color or a classic black tuxedo. But Kylie had dyed half her head blue and refused to do anything about it. And the result? Next to the white roses, gorgeous gown and a beautiful still life in Florence, Kim also has "something blue" in her wedding photo. Seeing that the wedding cost 58 million, she probably wasn't too excited.