When will you be saying your vows? Will there be a resounding “I do” at the end? We should hope so! After all, a wedding is the silliest but happiest day of your life. During my wedding, we could barely keep the laughter at bay that threatened to bubble up from all the joy we felt. And when the ceremony was done, the wine was drunk and the crowns lifted (Armenian customs here), it was silliness that took over as we made mock looks of Oh My God and our mouths had the “O” shape as we stood grinning at each other. There are even a few shots like that. Yeah, you are going to be the center of attention that day and you will be the happiest you can imagine because on that day you are the queen. The fashions that night will be splendid and everyone will come looking incredibly beautiful. As such, it makes sense for you to make sure your family and friends are dressed up beautifully as well, in pieces that give the wedding day much justice. This is when Reformation’s new fall 2015 wedding lookbook dubbed ‘Fine I Do’ and featuring Jessica Hart can become your ultimate source of inspiration for unique bridal looks!
Now, whether it is for your wedding that others pick their dresses (or you pick one of the pretty but more simple white ones) or you getting all dolled up for the wedding of another, The Reformation has just the right look for you. No matter which color you prefer – and we generally advise against black for weddings because we are superstitious – or which style meets your fancy, the wedding collection of theirs has exactly what you need. We love the flowing pieces, not so much gowns as they are fabulous for the day and night, and we are utterly in love with the stylishness of it all. Of course, each design has a name as well, whether you stick with the open back halter top Luna dress or the short sleeved, empire waist Mia dress, the plunging neckline on the more conservative Avery dress, or you prefer the ruffled sleeves with tied back and flowing skirts on the Avery dress. Each and every one looks positively amazing and you cannot go wrong wearing any of these superior models. We have picked a few favourites however:
• The carmine color to this Greek goddess style of dress is deep and gorgeous, providing that darker tint you might love while still appearing perfectly beautiful and appropriate to wear to a wedding. Of course, that deep plunge on the Sophia dress appears both on the chest and the back, while the wraparound skirt allows for your legs to move as much as necessary on that dance floor.
• If you are a lady well-endowed than this dress might be perfect for you. We personally adore it, with tis champagne colored skirts and fitted bodice and waist, sheer sleeves draped off the shoulder. The skirts are full and flowing and the style in itself looks like you are ready to waltz around the room before breaking into a tango.
• The gorgeous Sera dress with the full-length crepe skirts and the drama in the back is most definitely to out liking. The nahai coloring of it with the gentle Southern floral print gives it a distinctly daytime appearance, while having it in such a manner that you can easily wear it later as well. There is a lot of décolletage shown, while the back is in a twist that brings out the beauty of your shoulders and upper body as a whole. It has a rich lady feel to it.
Photos courtesy of Reformation