Find Out Your Bridal Style

From romantic to modern, local experts help you ID your big day look.

Sure, he’s your type. But now the next big decision is choosing your other type. We mean your bridal style. Determining yours is a defining moment. There’s whimsical or classic. You can follow tradition or follow your heart.

Stylists from Salon Eva Michelle, L’Elite, and makeup artist Manda Carco want to help, so they got together and created four looks. Classic, modern, romantic, or vintage—which bridal style is for you?

Photography by Celso Enrique

Photography by Celso Enrique

A Fairytale Romance

You’re a young bohemian princess, in love with love. To channel your inner whimsy, the stylists incorporated a mixture of tousled braided fishtails and twisted details to enhance the endless textures of the dress. Consider this a floating-on-air feeling for your fairy tale moment.

Style: Hair by Salon Eva Michelle Senior Designer and Bridal Specialist, Jennifer Ng; Dress by Monique Lhuillier

Photography by Celso Enrique

Photography by Celso Enrique



Classic Beauty

A classic look is timeless and gives any bride a sense of royalty. Try a clean shape and finish to the hair that brings out the details of your gown. The makeup is kept clean so that the natural beauty of the bride shines through. A red lip completes this look.

Style: Hair by Salon Eva Michelle Senior Designer and Bridal Specialist, Jennifer Ng

; Dress by Oscar de la Renta

Photography by Celso Enrique

Photography by Celso Enrique

Modern Bride

Think architectural with clean lines. The juxtaposition of the built-up soft-knotted texture creates beautiful fullness as it plays nicely with all of the geometric shapes within the dress for a refined finish.

Style: Hair by Salon Eva Michelle Co-Owner and Master Designer, Michelle Lee; Dress by Peter Langner

Photography by Celso Enrique

Photography by Celso Enrique

Vintage Vision

When you want a little Hollywood glam and vintage loveliness, consider this new twist to the finger wave. Rope braids are created around the whole head to mimic the soft vintage finger wave. A long flowing gown with beaded embellishments would be the envy of any silver screen siren.

Style: Hair by Salon Eva Michelle Co-Owner and Master Designer, Michelle Lee; Dress by Marchesa

 


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