Notes on Style and Fashion

Here Comes the Bride

Posted on: April 30, 2008

Well, you may not be the bride. In fact, you may not even be in the wedding party. That does not mean, however, that you should forgo looking as fabulous as you possibly can during wedding season because yes, wedding season is upon us. The obvious advice is to stay away from the color white; leave the wedding day drama at bay, please. There are other looks that are great for viewing the exchange of vows, and they vary as much as a wedding theme varies.

For an evening wedding, several designers offer a glam look for the fashionista guest:
Banana RepublicJ. CrewLes Prairies de Paris

1. Banana Republic, $175,
2. J. Crew, $250,
3. Les Prairies de Paris, $495,

A garden wedding is a great time to try some muted tones or an eye-popping hue:

Catherine MalandrinoThread SocialJill Stuart

1. Catherine Malandrino, $395,
2. Thread Social, $644,
3. Jill Stuart, $578,

If at the beach, fabrics that flow as the breeze blows are a great idea:
ABS by Allen SchwartzBanana RepublicExpress

1. ABS by Allen Schwartz, $306,
2. Banana Republic, $130,
3. Express, $79.50,


6 Responses to "Here Comes the Bride"

These are all beautiful! Wish some where cheaper though 😦

I love your website 🙂 Just discovered it through the comment you left me on SASSY 🙂


wonderful taste! I love the thread social dress….the abs one is pretty hot too! now, i need a wedding to crash, lol

HI 🙂 I am picking a few random blogs a day and inviting them to visit my blog. If you need a special prayer, please visit this link: (don’t use the peafant link–it will go to my other blog). If you don’t need a prayer, stop by anyway! thanks and have a wonderful day. Sincerely, Rob Crandall

It is quite difficult to select any one of the above dresses. Each one has there own specialty. some are beautiful in designs & some are in favorite color. The glamorous design & colors are really able to catch one’s eyes. keep it up———

Excellent, like and appreciate your blog, great job you done. Thanks for the above info..

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la fashionista has had an interest in fashion and style since childhood when she first saw her mother dress in the various fashion of the 80s. Her mother was also a great seamstress, which was a definite influence on la fashionista's foray into fashion. Sadly, her mother's sewing talent did not get passed on to la fashionista.

But that doesn't mean that she doesn't still love talking about fashion. Because she does!

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