I’ve had headpieces on my mind lately (see why) and I can’t help but think that a wedding is the perfect excuse to glam up your head. If I were to get married over again, I’d definitely go wild and crazy with the head gear. These are some of my favorite inspiration looks for creating a wedding headpiece. They’re not necessarily bridal, but could definitely be used as such.
by Brittany Watson Jepsen of The House That Lars Built
1. Teal Twirl Dress, $50 | 2. Aquarium Afternoon Dress, $45 | 3. Chic Holiday Dress, $138 | 4. Sweeten the Teal Dress, $45 | 5. Recitation Ready Dress, $140 | 6. Teal It In Dress, $80 | 7. Aqua Are the Chances Dress, $138 | 8. Belles and Whistles Dress, $65
Tram @ Phi-Style.com
[images from Modcloth]
So while watching the Angel Sanchez show in complete awe, I was equally obsessed with the geometric hairpieces inspired by his collection by Sarah Loertscher. They’re powdercoated brass, and to put it mildly, I want to wear all of them all the time! They really are a perfectly architectural way to accessorize a wedding dress.
[images from Angel Sanchez]
OK, get ready for a gush-fest…my award for best show this bridal market HAS to go to Angel Sanchez. I’m not kidding when I say that I almost cried at how beautiful every dress was….each one better than the next. Pictures cannot even do them any justice, so just trust me when I say that this collection was pure perfection, and any bride wanting to take a more fashion forward direction with their dress should definitely look to him. Congrats Angel!!
[images via Angel Sanchez]
Austin Scarlett‘s collection this year was a sleeker take on the wedding dress when compared to last season, and I loved all of it! PS, he’s just as charming in person as he was on Project Runway
[images from Austin Scarlett and me]