Fashion Collection July 17 – Fashionwoods

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(Phillip Lim Orbit sunglassesTopshop number tshirt, Friend of Mine Penny Lane pinafore, Barbara Bui boots)

Photo diary of an hour spent roaming Venice Beach on a Sunday. Was it surreal because I was delirious or was I delirious because it was surreal?


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 Wearing: Three Floor ‘Mischief’ dressJolie & Deen triangle necklaceJolie & Deen infinity bracelet, Lucy Folk woven bracelet, handmade rings, Mode Collective french pumpshandmade floral crown headband & Essie ‘Bobbing for Baubles’ {Photos: Rowena}

It seemed like one of those days that are never ending and extremely bland (‘past’ me did not realise that there would be a sudden politics saga coming up in the afternoon – Welcome back, Rudd!). I literally hadn’t stopped filing all day until there was a knock on the door from the postman who confusedly delivered a massive bunch of roses from who he thought was from my boyfriend, but was actually addressed from Topshop. Yes sir, that’s his name.. Anyway before I go back to giving my undivided attention to the ABC news, here are a few photos I shot this afternoon. I just love this Three Floor piece. Conveniently named the ‘mischief’ dress, it was perfect for having some mischief in throwing my hair around with the sun glowing from behind. I can’t wait to give this dress some more wear. I love the faux leather trims and lace detail, though the thing I love most about Three Floor is how they so craftily place opaque nude mesh in places that give the dress both coverage and an illusion of interesting structure. If you don’t look closely, this dress would have cut outs on the side and could almost be strapless and defying gravity!


ph: Vogue + Lee Oliveira

Hands down, Leila Yavari’s look was my favorite from Australian Fashion Week. The draped silk dress and low ponytail give it an understated elegance, but the statement accessories and metallic gold pumps bring on the edge.

Get the look…
Erickson Beamon Xenon Golden Crystal Necklace
Iosselliani Agate & Stone Watch Link Necklace 
Lanvin Silk Maxi Dress
Mossimo Crossover Maxi Dress
Adia Kibur Plate & Chain Bracelet
Sophie Hulme Convertible Envelope Bag
ASOS Bag With Corner Plate And Side Strap
Manolo Blahnik Audi Gold Cap Toe Pumps
Boutique 9 Justine Specchio Pumps



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H&M blouse & mirrored sunnies
ZARA belt
heyyy lovers!
such an amazing weekend so far.
bbq-ing with friends (like always), chilling under the sun, brunching like there´s no tomorrow, my list goes on.
so here´s a quick outfit update while i am not in my bikini.
back to reality tomorrow so enjoy the rest of your sundays!
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Beauty | Styles News July 16

In An English Country Garden


Fran and Duncan have got the balance of rustic AND glamorous just right. The combination of gorgeous wild flowers, candelabras and pastel tones for the wedding party alongside the simple interior of the barn and the beautiful Hampshire country side is perfect.

It’s romantic and whimsical but also sleek and stylish. And looks effortlessly so at that.

I’m so pleased that it was important to Fran to have a dress that was sexy and unusual – and her gown is definitely both. It fits her like a glove and she shines out from every single photo.

When it comes to first dances, Fran and Duncan have hit that nail on the head too. I’ve always thought I’d be too shy to have a choreographed first dance, but the images of this lovely pair have made me re-evaluate my opinion – Duncan and Fran look so elegant and lost in the moment, despite all of the watching eyes.

All of this fabulousness was captured forever by Guy Collier.


The Middle Of Nowhere Feel

Fran The Bride: We got married at Holy Cross Church in Binsted, Hampshire, before moving on to the Barn at Bury Court in nearby Bentley for the reception. When we first started looking for a venue we wanted a barn that would give us a blank canvas in terms of decoration but also had great food and a “middle of nowhere” feel.

Bury Court was the first place we looked at and we knew immediately this was “our place”. We looked at two more venues just to make sure, but we’d already lost our hearts to this beautiful location. We loved the warm feel of the barn and its beautiful gardens, plus it was very near to where Duncan’s mum lived. While I am from Germany, we were sure the wedding should be in the UK – and having it near Duncan’s Mums gave us the feeling we had a connection with the area. View more ….

 Australian Wedding Film With A Gorgeous 1950s Bride

It’s been far too long since I featured an awesome wedding film, don’t you think?

So put the kettle on, put your feet up and get utterly lost in this beautiful wedding film by Australia based creatives The Story Of Us who describe their films as being ‘designed to look and feel like memories’. (And boy do they deliver!)

There is so much to love about Kate and Graeme’s vintage homespun affair in Kangaroo Valley, Australia. I’m particularly obsessed with the tartan touches in homage to the groom’s homeland, Scotland.

While Kate is one of the most stunning and stylish brides I’ve ever seen.

A flame haired beauty in a 1950s inspired couture gown by Karen Willis Holmes surrounded by bridesmaids in candy coloured dresses and dainty gloves carrying retro vanity cases.

Amazing no?

Okay onto the film – it’s filled to the brim with love, laughter, a rad soundtrack and guests tearing it up on the dancefloor! View more ….

Fire In My Heart

Shoot Photography York Wedding Treasurer's House

James and Debbie married at the stonkingly gorgeous Treasurer’s House in York earlier this year. And when I say gorgeous I’m talking history infused flagstone floors, gothic chandeliers and panelled doors set off by majestic oil paintings.


I’m also a little bit in love with Debbie and James’ bespoke stationery and Debbie’s dress which is ethereal glamour at its very best.

And that’s not the only reason that Team RMW are a little bit excited (read wetting their pants in glee) about this morning’s wedding. Because beautiful bride Debbie is the first EVER bride to appear on these pages wearing something from the Rock My Boutique collection. And cor blimey does she show it off to perfection.

Yes folks I’m talking about our very own Scarlett back necklace which harmonises so beautifully with  wedding dresses it’s almost as if they were each designed with the other in mind. View more ….

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Vintage wedding Styles

“Lolly’s own style and indeed The Keeper & The Dell venue is inspired by Frida Kahlo, her time and travels in South and Central America and Asia as well as nostalgia and vintage. It was cool and refreshing to work with a brief that brought together something more eclectic, bohemian and hippy in simple wedding dresses style”

“I called in my go-to fave photographer Joanna Millington as well asFlamingo Amy  on hair and Love Moi on make up, two other local wedding suppliers who often create styling magic together. Jo Flowers is another Norwich artisan we are lucky to have so local, having just been featured in Harper’s Bazaar’s top 20, she is something very special.

The achingly cool Katy from Vintage Deli supplied the clothes, a North Norfolk treasure who’s great eye and dedication to current trends means her vintage pieces and shop often grace the pages of Vogue. Throw in some of my fave picks from the Most Curious Wedding Fair’s exhibitor list for the accessories and decos and we were away!”   


“We decided it should have two sides one would be bridal, a bride with her maids, with a quite traditional feel, in the true sense of the word, with an almost old fashioned feel, with the colours and composition almost making it look like an old painting. We also shot some images of the bride with an amazing headdress by La Dame Au Beret with the backdrop of the ancient woodland behind her – kind of referencing one of East Anglia’s strongest women heroine’s Bodicea! Complete with authentic English summer’s wind!”

But what about this intriguing new wedding venue set in Norfolk?  The Keeper And The Dell is a beautiful outdoor wedding venue in Norfolk that opened this  month for unique weddings and celebrations.  The venue marked the occasion with this beautiful photoshoot.  OwnerImage tells us more…

“The trend in the USA and Australia for beautifully outdoor weddings has begun to take the UK by storm, with couples looking for creative and more intimate ways to celebrate their marriage. But there are very few venues in this country that are able to embrace this wonderfully rustic style.  The Keeper And The Dell with its beautiful collective of a vintage canvas marquee in a pretty woodland dell, an eighteenth century Gamekeeper’s barn and pretty camping gardens, is one of the most perfectly romantic of places to host a unique outdoor wedding in England.”

“The Keeper And The Dell is not a typical ‘corporate wedding’ venue but rather you get to feel like you’ve brought out the romantic side of a kindly relative and they have let you have your wedding in their country garden ~ where they just so happen to also have a beautiful old barn, a vintage marquee and plenty of room for camping to boot.

Bookings are made with exclusive use over a weekend, giving space and time to make the most of this delightful venue to create a stylish wedding, whether it be simply rustic, vintage chic, bohemian hip or country homemade. The Keeper & the Dell is not only the most perfect of settings for a wedding celebration but is also great for get-togethers of all kinds. We welcome any gathering that is looking for a relaxed & pretty outdoor venue. The Keeper and the Dell is available as a film location and is perfect for photo shoots.”


“Every wedding at The Keeper And The Dell is individual and has a wonderful ‘homespun’ feel to it; the charges therefore do vary slightly depending on what is hired and for how long. But as a guideline, full weekend hire, which includes exclusive use of the Dell, traditional marquee, birch garden, paddock, the Barn, saloon, vintage wedding dresses and camp kitchen for the Bridal Party and 60 guests with overnight camping available costs £2,500.
The venue is quietly situated on a country road on the outskirts of the rural village, Ringland in Norfolk, England. We’re just half an hour away from the Norfolk coast and within a few miles of Norwich and its railway station.  Surrounded by a medieval grove, The Keeper And The Dell offers the bride and groom and their guests a pretty venue with the wonderful chance to celebrate & sleep under the stars, all within a beautiful country setting.”

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Backyard Wedding Party

Do you ever walk into someones house for the first time and think “Ahh. This makes total sense.”? You look around and just see them. You’re about to meet the wedding version of that scenario. Lucky for the couple, Outstanding Occasions is, well, outstanding at really getting to know a couple… and then turning their love and their beautiful personalities into a soiree which fits like a glove. So my lovelies, let’s get to know this couple a la Diana Elizabeth Photography!

Shopping at, i found many interesting and beauttiful dresses, and suggest these Royal Wedding Dresses to you. For example, Trumpet/Mermaid Sweetheart Floor-Length Court Train Draped &Flower Wedding Dress



Silhouette: Trumpet/Mermaid

Train: Court

Embellishment: Tiered

Hemline: Floor-Length

Neckline: Sweetheart

Sleeve Length: Sleeveless

Waist: Natural

Back Details: Lace-up

Body Shape: Hourglass

Season: Spring, Fall, Winter, Summer

Style: Glamorous, Dramatic

Wedding Venues: Church,Hall

Fully Lined: Yes

Built-in Bra: Yes

Petticoat: No


Once our wedding planner, Rachel from Outstanding Occasions was on board the details began to fall into place. The ceremony was a part of the wedding that we really wanted to give some thought to. We knew we were going to have a interfaith wedding, but had to figure out what that meant to us. Incorporating scripture readings and the breaking of the glass gave us both of the traditions we were looking for in the ceremony and felt very customized and personal to us. Having a folk band play during the ceremony and cocktail hour gave our traditional and formal wedding a slightly more casual backyard feel.

The most fun part of the wedding process was flying to New York city with my mom and two sisters to go dress shopping! It was the girls weekend that every bride dreams of! We ended up at Carolina Herrera and saw a dress with short lace sleeves. Once I tried it on I knew it was the one! I remember the bridal consultant saying how this dress was not for everyone but was perfect for me! I could not have felt more beautiful on my wedding day in that dress! I was in love with the long, lace edged veil with the blusher. When I walked down the aisle to meet Ian I felt like the luckiest bride in the world!

Guests were welcomed at cocktail hour with Prickly Pear Margaritas and a balloon flanked bar. The folkband musicians and custom made corn hole and bag toss gave the cocktail hour a “backyard party” feel, which was very important to the couple. Guests found their seating assignments by way of a traditional oversized mirror which included lace and ribbon detailing which each customized card was clipped to. The reception continued the design concept with each table adorned with a white linen fabric and champagne lace cap, and a ribbon embellished napkin with a custom menu slipped inside. The room was decorated with three different floral arrangements including loose floral which included touches of white, blush and dusty rose colored flowers as well as a few succulents sprinkled throughout. The fireplace mantle played as a focal point of the night as it was the backdrop for the bride and groom, and featured a lush and elegant garland. At the end of the night, guests were thanked with a Lemon Cake Cookie, the bride’s favorite which was tucked inside a kraft colored bag and was closed with a custom sticker featuring the couples names and date.


Gorgeous Trumpet Mermaid High-Neck Chapel Lace Wedding Dress

Silhouette: Trumpet/Mermaid

Train: Chapel

Embellishment: Lace

Hemline: Floor-Length

Neckline: High Neck

Sleeve Length: Sleeveless

Waist: Natural

Back Details: Zipper-up

Body Shape: Hourglass

Season: Fall

Style: Glamorous, Dramatic

Wedding Venues: Church,Hall

Fully Lined: Yes

Built-in Bra: Yes

Petticoat: No

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A seemingly endless summer bridesmaid dresses stretched me

A seemingly endless summer stretched before me. I needed a job to tide me over and fund my course fees, so I spent a day pounding the hot pavements of my local high street in search of work. I enquired in every shop, cafe and bar, brandishing my CV with pride and completing countless application forms. Just before heading home, I turned on to a quiet side road. I tried my luck in a small gift shop before crossing the road and walking into the large cocktail bar and restaurant on the opposite side of the street.

In my mind’s eye, I can still see the man that changed my life bounding across the road towards me as I stepped through the huge double doors of the restaurant into the sunshine. He waved and motioned for me to stop as he weaved through the traffic. I smiled, confused, but curious. And after that we got marriaged and bought 2 pieces bridesmaid dresses.

Sleeveless Ruched Long Black A-Line Black Bridesmaid Dresses

We can custom made your dresses with your own pictures at an acceptable price. Colors on your computer monitor may differ slightly from actual product colors depending on your monitor settings.

Silhouette: A-line 
Neckline: Strap 
Waist: Empire 
Hemline/Train: Floor Length 
Sleeve Length: Sleeveless 
Embellishments: Ruching 
Back Detail: Zipper 
Fabric: Taffeta + Satin 
Built-In Bra: Yes 
Fully Lined: Yes 
Shown Color: Black 
Body Shape: Apple, Hourglass, Inverted Triangle 
Style: Classic & Timeless, Chic & Modern 
Wedding Venues: Beach / Destination, Garden / Outdoor, Church, Hall 
Season: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Countless brides have shared advice and reassurance in the wake of features I have written about divorce,bereavement, unplanned pregnancy and much, much more. In this sense, Love My Dress has developed into a fabulous resource for anyone planning a wedding, not just in terms of inspiration, but because you can come here to buy any types and styles traffic. learn from the experiences of others. 


Suggest the Blue Flower Ruched Strapless Chiffon Bridesmaid Dress

Silhouette: Sheath/Column
Neckline: Strapless
Waist: Empire
Hemline/Train: Floor-length
Sleeve Length: Sleeveless
Embellishments: Ruching, Hand-made Flower
Back Detail: Zipper
Fabric: Chiffon
Built-In Bra: Yes
Fully Lined: Yes
Shown Color: Blue, Sky Blue
Body Shape: Apple, Hourglass, Inverted Triangle
Style: Classic & Timeless, Chic & Modern
Season: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

View more Blue Bridesmaid Dresses



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Marriage of Nina Esaki, Sander Rabin

ImageNina Yvonne Esaki and Dr. Sander Marc Rabin are to be married Sunday in Ballston Spa, N.Y. Rabbi Monte R. Sugarman is to officiate at his home.

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Ms. Esaki, 52, will keep her name. She is the director of research for the Sanctuary Institute, a division of Andrus, a social services agency in Yonkers that provides training, research and consulting to organizations that offer services to children and families. She graduated from Johns Hopkins, and has an M.B.A. from Columbia, a master’s degree in social work from Fordham and a doctorate in social welfare from the State University at Albany.

She is a daughter of Masako Esaki of Chappaqua, N.Y., and Leo Esaki of Tokyo. The bride’s father retired as a T.J. Watson I.B.M. Research Fellow from the I.B.M. research laboratory in Yorktown Heights, N.Y., and was a recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1973 for his work on electron tunneling in solids. Her mother is the author of memoirs of her life as a Japanese woman in the United States.

Dr. Rabin, 66, an ophthalmologist, has a line of clothing and accessories for girls. He retired as the physician manager for eye care services at Community Health Plan, a health maintenance organization in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., and until 2011 was a patent lawyer in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. He graduated from New York University, and has a master’s degree in nuclear engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, a law degree from Columbia and a medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx.

He is a son of Morris Rabinowitz of Hallandale, Fla., and the late Frida Rabinowitz. His father retired as an owner of Plaut & Stern, a wholesale meat and poultry company in the Bronx.

The groom’s two previous marriages ended in divorce.

Weddings Bridesmaid Dresses Show: Black Bridesmaid Dresses and Blue Bridesmaid Dresses

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The contrast of Rami Kadi 2012 and 2013 princess wedding dresses

American Wedding is characterized by exquisite curves and lively which varied shapes to reflect the vitality and sexy of the brides. With a perfect three-dimensional cut to shape brides with Barbie body. The famous designer Rami Kadi is well versed in this.

For Rami Kadi 2012, he used extensive fabric organza to create a beautiful big skirt and shape the good wedding dresses. The full of voluminous skirt and wrapped the upper body in stark contrast to highlight the bride the perfect curve. The fold was made in a high degree of professional proficiency. In shaping the curve breasts, he also tightened at the waist which can make an effect of curvy, envy. Although he attaches great importance to decorative details, but it is simple and elegant, and no small sense of complex and dense. In addition, the use of beautiful pink color increased the degree of Ramada and gave the bride a lovely appearance, and never old fashioned.

Where do we begin to know the 2013 spring collection of princess wedding dress of Rami Kadi ? This season, the wedding dresses are colorful and lively. The exquisite curves and changing shape reflect the vitality and charming of the brides .This collection was very much like a real garden which consisted of different colors. The collection called Les Jardins Suspendus which was characterized by beautiful ornaments such as lace and flower, crystal, embroidery .Now Let’s Explore it!

The creator uses the dress color value and progressive pale colors were used perfectly on the full skirt. Irregular pleats with several colors, apparently, the skirt was pretty much like waves pastel. With details of Swarovski crystal dotting the bustier,  the princess wedding dresses seemed to come from the fairy tales by making the divine and chic bride.

The atmosphere of this dress was very fanciful and mysterious with the lilac. The exaggerated folds at the rounded skirt and the perforated corsage at the neck, all holds a sexy and wonderful bride. Of course, a brilliant jeweled belt does not go unnoticed.

A beautiful wedding dress with champagne color, as one of the works in the collection is named Les Jardins Suspendus , the flower is undoubtedly essential for the creations. This model princess was out due to its handmade flowers at the left shoulder and full skirt, which brought us a spring look.

Here is a very refreshing and sublime model princess wedding dress. She deceived everyone with its mint green and transparent bodice, its flower embellishments and large tulle skirt.

As you saw, Les Jardins Suspendus bride dresses collection leads us to a whole new level that was full of pastel colors. Princess wedding dresses are sweet and romantic. Each dress strongly reflects the style of Rami Kadi of elegance and grace, and every wedding dress looked like a wonder in our dream. Are you fall in love with these princess wedding dresses?


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