Your Spring Bridal Look Created With Separates
Bridal separates allow you to create a look on your wedding day that is truly your own. Whether your desire is something casual and comfortable or elaborate and layered, like the Tony Ward Couture pantsuit and tulle over skirt above, separates are a fun and interesting way to achieve your perfect spring bridal look on your wedding day.
The crop top is the hottest trend in wedding separates. This Willowby Vanu Crop Top in lace is a beautiful way to start your romantic spring bridal look.
A silk bridal tank, like this Watter Brides Chemise Top (Image: Blush Bridal), is just the right amount of sexy with a flowy skirt and some sparkly accessories.
The silhouette created by the Martina Liana Sachi tea length skirt is a great choice for the vintage bride. The wide waistband and neat pleats will look glamorous when paired with a fitted top with illusion sleeves.
The full, A-line Lace and Liberty Celebration Skirt (via Pinterest) is light and flowy and exudes spring. A lace and pearl corset, your hair up in soft curls with a pearl and rose gold headpiece. a cascading rose quartz bouquet and a rose strewn aisle… The dreamiest of spring bridal looks.
The modern bride’s choice of spring bridal separates is definitely the Theia Trouser Suit for Spring 2016. Add a gorgeous silk blouse with ruffled front for a softer look, or a simple corset for the minimalist.
Instead of a necklace, consider the BHLDN Reina Shoulder Necklace. A shoulder necklace is ideal for the bride who doesn’t wear a veil and adds interest, front and back, to her spring bridal look.
No matter what your style, bridal separates can be put together to create a spring bridal look that is uniquely you.