Wednesday, April 8, 2009

VIVA VINTAGE

Vintage touches with a modern twist thrown in. Here's some of the best of vintage chic out there.
A few tips for brides who want to go retro. Most Vintage clothing stores stock ‘retro-inspired’ selections that are brand new. The bride in love with a particular era of clothing usually checks vintage clothing stores before salons. Not all brides opt for an actual gown that survived her favorite era though. Some choose a newer style reflecting the period in natural fibers. That bonafide 1925 chemise may be so delicate, without proper restoration it could literally fall apart. Think of gowns belonging to the ages like you would certain antiques: some so precious to be considered museum quality.

5 comments:

diamondsinchampagne said...

LOVE the Georges Hobeika gown and the vintage inspired forever yours one. Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous

Alex Davies said...

Wow I just love that top dress, it's stunning.

Rhian Morris said...

The Georges Hobeika gown is gorgeous, with that hint of color. Done in exquisite taste.

Dani @ Weddings Fresh said...

love the temperly london! i don't know if i would get married in it but i would wear it on the weekend :)

Crown & Halo New York said...

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