If there’s one thing we’ve been obsessing over this week, it’s Meghan Markle and her stunning engagement ring. Just when we thought…
A heavy metal gate at the U.S.–Mexican border temporarily became a bridge Saturday when a Mexican woman married her American fiancé.
After a day of speculation, we finally have a peek inside of Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian's fairy tale wedding.
The rumor mill is churning — Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender reportedly got married in Ibiza on Sunday. The Oscar-winning actress and the Assassin’s Creed actor were photographed by the Daily Mail wearing bands on their wedding fingers over the weekend. Prior to Sunday, Vikander was photographed wearing a white Zimmermann Prima Dot Broiderie Day Dress while spending time with friends and family on the beach-town island. The actress accessorized with playful heart-shaped sunglasses and simple nude slides. While it’s not been confirmed that this white bohemian dress is the actual wedding dress Vikander wore to marry Fassbender, it’s a possibility. Vikander and Fassbender met on the set of the 2014 film The Light Between Oceans. The pair have been very private during their three-year relationship, so a secret-wedding rendezvous in Ibizia is not too far-fetched. But if you are inspired by Vikander’s island wedding look, click through the gallery to shop the Zimmermann dress and other similar beach-inspired wedding dresses. Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • The complete Fashion Week trend guide for Spring 2018 • Why is Jennifer Lawrence wearing a wedding dress? • Size 14 model called ‘an icon for a new generation of girls’ after walking in India Fashion Week Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Lauren Conrad launched her third LC Lauren Conrad Runway Collection with Kohl’s on Wednesday, and has expanded her range to include plus sizes modeled by Loey Lane.
The 70-year-old man and his 67-year-old love became Instagram stars, still have plenty of passion, and are now husband and wife.
Calling all newly minted fiancées, soon-to-be brides, and just sheer wedding eye-candy fans — the Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2018 collections are finally here. One example is the trendy off-the-shoulder top look reworked as a wedding dress. At Lela Rose, a model wore a long, crisp white gown featuring an off-the-shoulder panel made of tiny, perfect, delicate white pearls. White gowns were still the majority, but black wedding dresses seem to be back.
What would you do if you could eliminate the laborious task of searching for the perfect wedding dress when you can just customize your dream version? Enter, Fame and Partners— the direct-to-consumer e-commerce site that’s primed to disrupt the billion dollar bridal industry. The company first gained notoriety in 2014 for their customizable contemporary womenswear line, and on Tuesday they’re launching a brand new line of bespoke wedding dresses and made-to-order bridesmaid dresses that can be customized in a whopping 40,000 different ways.
Zales aired a jewelry ad to promote its diamond rings this holiday season, featuring people of all ages looking at each other lovingly, wearing shiny symbols of their undying devotion in a montage precisely calculated to make viewers tear up. “Zales Jewelers should be ashamed of attempting to normalize sin by featuring two women getting married in their latest commercial,” the group says on its website. One Million Moms urges people to contact Zales through the company’s site and to speak to managers of their local Zales stores, warning that they will not shop at the store this holiday season if the ad continues to air.
Picture this: you’re at your final wedding dress fitting when suddenly Sarah Jessica Parker pops up out of nowhere. How would you react?
• Nancy Reagan died Sunday at age 94 — but her classic yet glitzy old Hollywood style will live on forever.
A wedding dress you don’t have to spend a fortune on. Calling all brides (and grooms!) on a budget: ASOS is about to make your wedding wardrobe shopping a million times easier and a lot more affordable. Today, the e-tailer launched a bridal collection that has options galore to keep you looking fabulous on your big day — and will leave you with enough money to splurge on the important things, like a home for you and your new spouse to live in.
There’s something very serene and otherworldly about the desert. Despite often appearing still and stagnant, it’s actually teeming with life — there to see if you look hard enough. And, as any Ansel Adams fan will tell you, this curious and unique landscape also happens to be quite picturesque. It’s for those reasons and more that lately we’ve become fairly obsessed with the concept of saying “I do” in the desert.
Sofía Vergara would rather not wear a nude lip on her wedding day. The deep red shade, created in collaboration with CoverGirl, is called Sofía in Love, and unfortunately, it won’t be sold in stores.
Just think about it — wouldn’t you prefer red carpet over retirement home? Wonder by Jenny Packham — helmed by Kate Middleton’s favorite designer — will not only encompass glamorous gowns for mom, but also for brides, bridesmaids, and flower girls. Those planning a wedding will have to wait, though, until the pieces are available at davidsbridal.com and select David’s Bridal stores in February. “It is thrilling to be able to reach so many brides-to-be across the globe through our new partnership!” The Spring 2016 Collection is inspired by Belle Epoque and is intended to capture the spirit of Edwardian Society — think Downton Abbey meets the modern day red carpet — with delicate beading, flowing silhouettes, exposed backs, and geometric embellishments.“When Jenny is working on a gown, she is thinking about how the fabric is going to frame the bride’s silhouette and flatter her body,” explains Ann Acierno, Executive Vice President of Merchandising, Design and Product Development at David’s Bridal.
(Photo: Getty) By Sarah Lindig Let’s review: Misha Nonoo presents her Spring 2016 collection via Instagram; Christopher Bailey previews Burberry’s new season in an exclusive Snapchat story; Dolce and Gabbana’s models snapped selfies as they strutted down the runway in Milan. There is a clear and present shift happening in the fashion world, which is all about appealing to the social media generation. And who better to target than the massive market of brides, all eager to solidify the memory of their painstakingly planned nuptials with promoted hashtags and photos filling up every guest’s Instagram feed? First Selfie Down The Aisle!!
A look from Naeem Khan Bridal Fall 2016. Photo: @naeemkhannyc It’s October and we’re well past festival season, but if you thought we saw the last of flower crowns until the next Coachella, think again because Naeem Khan showed a collection full of ‘em for his Fall 2016 Bridal collection. Now, blooms and buds might not be what comes to mind when you think of the fall season, but that didn’t stop the fashion house from outfitting their models in intricate, Frida Kahlo-esque headgear for the occasion. We also couldn’t help but notice Kahn’s models sporting pigtails under all those flowers during his Latin-inspired showing.
Photo: Carly Erickson/BFAnyc.com By Lori Keong In a year when crop tops, floor-length capes, and jumpsuits were considered on-trend for a modern bride, Houghton — the New York–based brand created in 2012 by designer Katharine Polk — has forged its own path in offering alternatives to traditional bridalwear. Or, as the designer herself calls it, “ready-to-wear you can get married in.” Related: 46 Wedding Dresses That Jump, Swing, and Move Named as a tribute to Katharine Hepburn — whose middle name was Houghton — the brand draws inspiration from the Hollywood icon’s nonchalant aesthetic.
“White Rose Collective is about collaboration, tapping into the essence of each woman’s personal style and discovering together how to enhance it,” says Cranford.