Wednesday, August 22, 2018


Don't you just go swoon over all those belts, bows, sashes, trims and ribbons you see gracing bridal wear lately? We call them details and they are what make your dress your dress. Thanks to all you brides out there daring to go your own way, designers are free to really experiment. By way of ribbons, trims, and sashes, we artists have introduced color and different textures into the mix. The above gown is sashed in back with embroidered, beaded tan and beige taffeta ribbon that works its way down a detachable train. Dress by Amy-Jo Tatum from The Bouffant Collection//Photo by Strotz Photography 
Above:Touches of the spectrum here. Blues and peaches merge to make up a tie-belt cinching the waist of a full skirt . . .The Aurora Dress from The Dioresque Collection by Amy-Jo Tatum//Photo by J Dragon Images
Above: The best example of a self-belt (means made out of the same fabric as the dress). Georgette linen and striped ribbon combine to make up this belt punctuated with a fabric rose. The Marisol Dress from The Dioresque Collection by Amy-Jo Tatum//Below: Another self-belt, this one made of eyelet.  The Gretel Dress from The Forever Boho Collection by Amy-Jo Tatum//Photo Stephanie Williams Photography
Above: Embroidered taffeta ribbon acts as a belt and is repeated in the train with added adornments of hand-rolled florals.  The Opal Dress from The Bouffant Collection by Amy-Jo Tatum


Sheila said...

I think the opal gown in simply lovely, especially when worn with the taffeta belt and the long gloves.

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