Best Plus-Size Wedding Dress Styles & Trends | Sydney's Closet
Dress shopping can be a daunting feat, especially when you're looking for the best wedding dresses for your body type. To begin the process, you'll want to keep in mind the style of dress you really envision yourself in.
Kelly Augustine Real Bride is a head-turner – she has stunning features, naturally curly locks, and a glowing smile to match. And she’s oh-so talented!
I took a few minutes to chat with Kathryn Morris Real Bride during our Real Women, Real Bride shoot with PLUS Model Magazine. She tells it like it is, and I love that about her! Read on to see what she had to say about the fashion industry and what inspires her look, including some great suggestions for YouTube makeup channels! (Everyone on the Fashion Team rushed to practice the perfect winged eyelinre).
You’ve been flipping through magazines and scrolling through websites for the perfect plus size wedding dress inspiration. You looked at dress shapes and hemlines. You had a long debate about whether or not to go strapless. And then it hit you – what do you wear under your wedding dress of your dreams?
Congratulations on your upcoming nuptials! One of the most exciting, memorable and stressful things of getting married is the planning the wedding. You'll want to put the same amount of thought and details into your honeymoon, the official start of your life together.
February is already a pretty romantic time of year (we’re looking at you, Valentine’s Day), but if you need an extra reason to flip through bridal magazines and ogle over dresses: February is National Wedding Month according to the Association of Bridal Consultants!
Just back from the famed Harrogate Bridal Show 2014. This was the first, but it won't be my last, trip to the United Kingdom's highly- anticipated annual event in the rolling Yorkshire countryside outside of London. Everyone in the special occasion dress industry raves about the show held annually in September. Now I understand why!
So lucky to catch a recent New York Times edition featuring a catchy headline: "The Bride Didn’t Always Wear White". In case you missed the fashion story (maybe you were celebrating July 4th?) let me share highlights with you.
When I designed the 2015 collection of plus size informal wedding dresses, I had in mind the bride with her heart set on a wedding in a romantic setting. So when it came time to photograph the collection, I insisted we find a location that bride would love - as much as her future husband.
Today I sat down to write a handwritten "thank you" note to the owners of the historic Coronado Ballroom in St. Louis, the fairy-tale location of our recent bridal shoot of plus sized wedding gowns from our 2015 Michelle Bridal Collection.
Ever wonder what it takes to pull off a two-day shoot? Get an instant idea of the depth of detail needed to go on location.