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Colouring's In

Colouring's In

2 May 2017

Colouring's In

Whether your preference is for the delicate beauty of blush and rose quartz, the rich shades of vibrant magenta and blood red plum, pallid grey, accents of duck egg or hydrangea blue you may even take the palette to the extreme with total jet black- This season colour is one of the hottest trends.

Megan in black 

Black is hot for weddings this season

'Hi-Lo my Darling' & 'One-Split Wonder'

Jules Bly S/S 2018

Unlike some wedding fashion directions which have been immortalized in wedding images for all to see and cringe at (think sleeves bigger than your head a la 1980’s, elephant head bands or the abhorrent trend of trashing your gown post nuptials), accenting your wedding with a flourish of pigment ensures your wedding pictures remain timelessly elegant, romantic and feminine for generations to come.

 

The fashion of the '80's

Choosing colour in preference of traditional white or ivory does not take away the essence of your gown being a wedding gown rather it gives the bride an opportunity to allow her personality and spirit to shine.

Hand painted florals, layering coloured fabrications such as lace, beads and tulle are at the leading edge for bridal fashion in 2018. For a more refined approach designers are using accessories such as detachable trains or belts to create the look.

'I've got a blush on you'

Jules Bly S/S 2018

Irrespective of your hue selection and your inclination of how you use this edgy twist, tailor it to suit your individuality with exceptional class and style; you will love your gown (and your wedding day images) until death do you part.