Monday, February 8, 2016

WHEN LESS IS MORE

My definition: Less is more when the dress brings you out as opposed to you bringing the dress out (or trying to).  Think about it, your dress should seem organic, like you're wearing it as a second skin--one flowing line from head to toe with impeccable detail.  Call it what you want, minimalism, simplicity, the paired down dress offers you room to accessorize a little or a lot.  
Pictured above and below are dresses with full skirts in light weight fabrics sporting only self belt details, clearing the way for some serious accessorizing with gloves, a pouf and feathered fascinator.
Above are a slim and A-line silhouette with minimal accessories lending simple flair to a wedding day look . . . . .
All dresses by Amy-Jo Tatum

Photo 1 and 4//Stephanie Williams Photography//The MARISOL Dress from The Vintage and Rustic Shoot//Hair by Kyle Rich//Makeup by Teena Hoffstetter
Photos 2 and 3: Dominic Colacchio Photography//The TATYANA Dress from The City Chic Shoot//Makeup by Necia Whitmore

Photo 6: Lirette Photography//The ONDINE Dress//Makeup by Prettiologie//Hair by Salon Glam//From The Destinations Shoot

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Sheila said...

Dear Amy-Jo,
In an earlier post I said, “You have a have a marvelous ability to design a gown for every taste a bride may have”. You certainly show this ability once again in “Why less is more”. Your gowns “Marisol” and “Tatyana” are both so lovely, although perhaps I prefer the neckline in Marisol, and I think the long gloves (a favorite of mine) add so much in the Tatyana pictures.
Bride Chic is just wonderful, and I really look forward to your next group of pictures.
Sincerely,
Sheila

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