Tuesday, May 2, 2017


Whether you're wearing crocheted shorties or long, opera length beauties —gloves are glam and can really add some spark to your bridal look. If you're getting married this time of year when the chill is on, long gloves help warm up hands and arms. You can go with the classic white and ivory or jazz up your look with any length, color, texture, even pattern. Just like some brides are showing some pizazz wearing different color shoes with their gown, glove color is an option you have as well. Experiment, then go right ahead and be as adventuresome as you want!
Above and Below:Add some drama to a bouffant dress with white opera length gloves.  Dress, net pouf  and gloves by Amy-Jo Tatum//From the Ceremony Magazine Shoot via Bride Chic//Photo Strotz Photography ///Below photo by Studio 7teen 
Shorties can be dainty and sweet as well as lending a  more cosmopolitan look--great for the city hall bride///Double photo below by Stephanie Williams Photography
 Mid-arm gloves add a vintage chic look to this tulle dress.
Black Isotoners and a horsehair fascinator add some edge to this white taffeta bouffant gown 

Want to delve into more glove inspiration?  Pinterest is full of boards devoted to gloves long and short as well as a whole slew of other accessories.  Here's the link

All gloves, dresses and headpieces available via Amy-Jo Tatum


Unknown said...

Hello Amy, I guess the last image is the you have mentioned earlier in one of your blog. I loved the total outfit of this wedding gown.

Sheila said...

Dear Amy-Jo,
Thank you so much for the beautiful pictures in Glove Chic. I am a great fan of opera gloves, and I completely agree that opera gloves add so much spark and drama to the bridal look.
And. as always, your beautiful gowns shown in the Jim Vetter, Strotz photography, and the Studio 7teen photographs, are simply lovely.

Unknown said...

Wow! What a lovely shoot. Bride with amazing background gave the best shot.Thanks for sharing with us.Keep sharing these beautiful pcitures of bride.