Wedding fashion inspired by Golden Globes

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Wedding is the most coveted occasion in the life of every individual. Therefore, everyone bears one idea or the other in the mind to make the event the most memorable one which they will treasure throughout their lifetime. But have you ever thought how will it be if the wedding attire of a would-be bride gets inspired by the red carpet fashion? It is not a celebrity wedding that is being focused at here, even the most down to earth wedding of your next door neighbor can adopt red carpet fashion as the wedding theme and get fashionable. Here you will get an idea on some of wedding fashion trends that have been inspired by the Golden Globe awards.

  1. Bridal gowns in blush and Champagne tones

While the conventional theme of any wedding is always characterized by either white, ivory or cream as far as the wedding trousseau of the bride is concerned, a new spark can be added to it by breaking this traditional color concept and adopting blush and Champagne tones in replacement. You can stick on to the conventional contours and lengths or apply newer cuts, but the tone is where the innovation will lie. If you are still in a dilemma you can have a look at the stunning Heathe Morris in the Golden Globe awards function where she sported a blush gown by Lorena Sarbu or Diana Agron in her beautiful gown designed by J Mendel.

2. Elegantly simple trousseau

If you are a person who loves to keep things minimal and hate too much of extravagance in everything then a great option to reflect your taste in the most fashionable way is to flaunt a simple bridal wear with fashionable contours. Two such striking designs in classic minimal styles have been launched in the red carpet parade of the Golden Globe awards. One belongs to the famous designer Calvin Klein, which featured two dresses on the same theme. One, having a petal pink tone with off shoulder style, slim cut and flair at the hemline and another has a powder peach color with small sleeves, round neck, smart contour and a short train. The other line of dresses was designed by Nicole Miller, which can be rightly suited for a bride in its ivory color and excellent drape that imparts a seamless look. Each of the dresses reflects a different style as far as the neckline, sleeve style, hemline and the contour is concerned.

3. Fresh emerald green in wedding

Who have ever thought that wedding attire could bear shades of emerald green? Probably majority of the people would be awestruck thinking how the ivory or white bridal gowns and the feminine colors of the bridesmaid dresses in a wedding get such a striking transformation. But in the age of eco consciousness what is the harm in being a bit offbeat and showing off your love for the green all around? This is what some of our favorite Hollywood celebrities did in the Golden Globe awards. The glamorous Jolie looked even more stunning in the exclusive full sleeve emerald green gown designed by Versace. The attraction of the dress was in its gathered waistline, which flowed freely towards the hemline and ended in a short train. It also imparted a glittery look due to the tonal spangles stitched onto the gown. Similarly Vera Wang’s dress was excellently flaunted by Mila. This dress had all the feminine qualities that are sought after in a wedding gown as far as cut and shapes are concerned. It bore a big emerald green satin rose on the right shoulder, with an asymmetric off shoulder style for the left one. The entire body of the dress reflected numerous folds and mastery of drapes which ended in a nice train.

4. Sparkling evening wear

Make the cocktail party on the night of your wedding a memorable one by sparkling like an angel. Your traditional attire cannot impart this look as efficiently as some of the sparkly metallic dresses designed by some of the renowned designers did in the red carpet event of Golden Globe awards. Olive Wilde’s exclusive creation in black tulle with metallic spangles used wisely all over was the hot favorite. It reflected the typical Barbie bride look in it’s off shoulder upper torso and full flared, tutu inspired lower torso. But if you are looking for a sexier option, then the totally backless Giorgio Armani metallic bridal gown is the right one for you. It comprises of full sleeves and uniform flair all though and was flaunted by Anne Hathaway. The fabric of this dress is virtually invisible under to the cluster of golden spangles all over.

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