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London Vs New York


By IMAGE
05th Jan 2015
London Vs New York

London runway models.

Which runway bride are you?

The discerning bride has options a go-go when choosing her wedding day getup and, for inspiration, she can look to two very different fashion weeks. For the classic fulfilment of that resplendent girlish dream, only New York Bridal Week will do – but for a fashion gal who wants to wear her signature style as a wedding dress, well, it simply must be London Fashion Week. For the full report, pick up a copy of BASH, The 2015 Wedding Annual (on shelves now)? and figure out your bridal style. Whatever your bag,? here are the accessories you’ll need to complete the look.

We fell head over heels for the soft pastels, flowing textures and glimpses of metallic across the London and New York runways. Lavender blushes and striking silvers are set to feature prominently on the aisles of laid-back London-inspired bridal style. But don’t be fooled into thinking you need to be girly to pull this look off, because we’re noting a nod to masculine shoes, ideal for boyish brides.

Bag by Anya Hindmarch. Headband by Urban Outfitters. One-piece by Topshop. Shoes by ASOS. Earrings by Jewel Citizens.

 

 

New York always means polished perfection. Achieve Olivia Palermo luxe levels with gold adornments and whimsical feathers for feet. Slip into some slinky Stella McCartney undies and you’re good to strut down an Emerald aisle in serious Fifth Avenue style. Complete the look with some Rockefeller-worthy rocks on your ears and an encrusted headband for full effect.

 

Two-piece set by Stella McCartney. Headband by Joanne Hynes. Earrings by Folkster. Shoes by Topshop. Bag by Charlotte Olympia.

For the full bridal runway report, pick up BASH, The 2015 Annual, on shelves now or online here.

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