Truth is that, no matter how much we want our brides to differ, we will always turn to romantic details for the ultimate bridal inspiration. It’s not difficult to see why; such a style usually flatters most body types, not to mention that it gives a glowing beauty to the wearer.
A touch of organza and some pastel lilac shades are only some of the ways to approach this traditional wedding style. Traditional doesn’t necessarily mean boring, though. On the contrary, Pinterest has gifted us with plenty of creative ideas on how to add some romance to a bridal look, without looking overly cheesy – amen! The neckline is usually a great way to start; an off-the-shoulder or an illusion one have a great girlie, romantic effect that softens the face. Combined with a chic hair updo and a floral crown it turns any bride to a princess for the night.
If you’re up for a romantic look, finding the perfect dress should be a piece of cake, considering the success of the trend. On such occasions, we always turn our focus to Naomi Neoh and her stunning gowns, which balance perfectly between traditional and modern. The designer usually loves matching her dresses with lace jackets and cute belts, which give you an excellent starting point for further accessorising.
How to style it:
When creating a romantic bridal look, always do your best to opt for soft, creamy colours and dreamy silhouettes. Ideally, invest on accessories that can be worn more than once so that you keep those wedding memories alive (and save some cash in the process). For instance, those butterfly sandals will certainly add the appropriate touch of glamour and the golden headpiece will upgrade the angelic outfit. As for the jewellery, better keep them small and sparkly; an ear cuff will give a modern touch to the final result.
Delicate and aristocratic – our favourite kind of romantic bride.
What’s your favourite way of achieving such a look?