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a flower might compete with the dress too much, or perhaps not if they are tiny...
if you are thinking about waving/curling your hair you might want to check out the t3 hot rollers. they sell them at sephora. i am thinking of purchasing it myself.

you might also want to check out bhldn (anthroplogie's wedding site) they have a lot of hair accessories and hair styling ideas.

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you might also want to check out bhldn (anthroplogie's wedding site) they have a lot of hair accessories and hair styling ideas.
Thank you. I'll give it a go

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I've always said, if I were a lady, getting married, with a big budget, and was the size of Freja Beha Erichsen (that's a lot of 'ifs'), I'd choose this dress from Narciso Rodriguez S/S 11.

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It's even better in motion, 3:14, the raised hem at the front causing the dress to fill with air - in love.



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^ It is very beautiful, but don't you think it is borderline night gown?

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I need ideas from you, guys. This is my wedding dress (San Patrick Caspio) and I have no clue what to do with my hair or how to accessorize it. The only thing I know is that I want to wear my hair down, as I don't feel comfortable wearing my hair up. I feel a bit too exposed. Anyway...I've got long blonde hair. I usually straighten it, so I'm thinking maybe I should curl/wave my hair for the wedding. Do you think a flower behind my ear would maybe be an option or would that be too much? I'd appreciate any suggestions



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Wear it wavy and pull it all to one side, don't accessorize your hair if you will be wearing a veil, or if you will be wearing chandelier type earrings.

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Wear it wavy and pull it all to one side, don't accessorize your hair if you will be wearing a veil, or if you will be wearing chandelier type earrings.
I was thinking about maybe taking this picture to the hairdressers


Btw, I'm not going to wear a veil. Maybe I should choose bigger earings and, as you say, don't acccesorize my hair

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^ Absolutely, good luck with it all.

Also make sure you have proper lighting & camera people. ESSENTIAL.

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Sienna's hair looks gorge there

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Definitely no suit.
I absolutely hate it if men are buyin a suit for their wedding and the clerks tell them "they can wear it for business afterwards, too".
Sorry, in my opinion my wedding has a much higher importance than daily work (i think it's the same for women), so for me the right thing would be a morning suit like this one:

(tailormadelondon.com)

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Elie Saab Astarte!!!!

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aww I am so undecided.
I get married this year (yay! finally!) but have no idea what to wear.
It will be in the late summer, hopefully not fall/autumn. And I live in Germany, so it´s never super hot here.
But I actually have no idea what to wear.
I can (a bit) sew, but I´m not sure if I want to sew my wedding dress... and if it would look good...

If I would marry on a super hot summer day, the beach was nearby and if it was a more outside than indoors wedding, i would some hippy inspired hi-lo length wedding dress.
But I guess that wont happen.

more likely we´ll marry in the "sleeping beauty"-castle and celebrate indoors somewhere. It wont be a fairytale wedding at all. I just really like the castle and it´s much prettier than a register office.

All I know is that I need some sleeves/straps because strapless doesn´t fit me and will slide down.

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And congratulations, myown!
I love the idea of (long or short) sheer sleeves, have you thought about it? It probably wouldn't be too cold indoors for it.

Anyway, I have to post my dream wedding dress, which would probably remain a dream, but still ... A girl can dream, right?

I know most people don't find black appropriate for a wedding dress, but it's just so freaking perfect.

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^stunning dress. i would take it in a pastel color.

and thank you very much

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Eternal favorite I understand the flaws many people find with this dress but if I could live a fantasy life, this would be the one



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^ you could not pay me to be part of that circus but i loved the dress too.

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