Monday, November 27, 2017

Jimmy's Favorite Things!

If there is anyone in Milwaukee who knows Bridal Style, it's our very own Sales Manager Jimmy! He specializes not only in sales, but also in training all of our stylists on the ins-and-outs of bridal fashion. Instead of being focused on what is "now," he encourages brides to push outside of the Pinterest comfort zone and choose something that will make a definite statement. 

Want to know how Jimmy would style your wedding? 
Read on to learn what trends are his "Favorite Things"

1. Boho Nouveaux

His favorite bridal gowns this season are all unique & remarkable takes on the classic bohemian bride trend. 

"I'm into soft and feminine gowns with a sexy edge - to me it embodies a bohemian vibe by showing the juxtposition of different aspects of the brides personality! The two Willowby gowns below are two of my favorites and give you an example of looks that I'm dying over!

Pictured Above: Asa & Orion by Willowby Bridal

2. Textured Textiles

"I'm really into bold, geometric textures that give shape and dimension to gowns - think lace but way more modern! It's a great way to stay on-trend, but still look like a classic bride. It's Art Deco without being a Gatsby cliche - perfect!"

gowns from Alyssa Kristin Bridal & Aria Bridal

3. Muted Jewel Tones

"It sounds like a risky move, but if you do it right, you'll create a lux and unforgettable bridal palette. Combine a rich marsala, dusty teal, slate blue, and a deep navy - pops of black, grey, and silver will make it perfect!"

photos from Green Wedding Shoes & Ruffled Blog

4. Olive Branch Inspired Florals

"This has been one of my favorite florals forever. It has a historical significance in terms of bridal and I love how lush it makes a bouquet look. Bonus that it makes for adorable boutonnieres. 

photos from Pinterest

5. Floral Prints & Herringbone

"I'm a sucker for a guy in a bold flower print accessory, and while this trend my not have the longest shelf life, I think it makes a great accent to a great tailored suit coat or a herringbone wool blazer."

photos from Green Wedding Shoes & Punk Monsieur

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