Fashion Feature: A Grand Plan

Opera gloves and top hats, studies in silk and lace—a modern spin on vintage classics for her.

Gilt Framed

Photo by Thom Jackson, styling by Mari Hidalgo

As in everyday life, accessories set the mood for the big day. Drea rounds out the bell-sleeved embellished Rue de Seine dress (price upon request at A&Bé Bridal) with a Bohemian signature 12th House Venus pendant ($250 at etsy.com/ shop/12thhousevenus) and Donald J. Pliner loafers ($250 at Tootsies)—perfect for dancing the night away.

Layered Allure

Photo by Thom Jackson, styling by Mari Hidalgo

Textured layers take traditional looks to the next level, adding interest and drama. Drea’s red fur jacket from Marissa Webb ($900 at Tootsies) complements the smooth illusion neckline of her Vera Wang gown ($4,500 at Neiman Marcus). Polish off the look with an Elemental Heart Medallion by 12th House Venus ($250 at etsy.com/shop/12thhousevenus) and statement AEA gold pyramid ring ($1,680 at TenOverSix).

On Normandy, texture takes form in her intricate embroidered Needle & Thread top with sheer embellished cap sleeves ($300 at Tootsies) over a gathered silk taffeta Lea Ann Belter ball skirt ($1,955 at Neiman Marcus) paired with a stunning Emerald City ring ($6,000 at Molly Sharp Jewelry).

Puttin’ on the Ritz

Photo by Thom Jackson, styling by Mari Hidalgo

Embrace the drama of a classic black and white combination. Drea maximizes her sweetheart neckline Romona Keveza gown ($6,336 at Warren Barrón Bridal) with vintage Western vibes in a Nomia black duster ($595 at TenOverSix), stately black Lonesome Traveler Western bow tie ($38 at ltoutpost.com), top hat ($350 at Benny Jack Antiques), and Ginette disc ring ($665 at TenOverSix).

Normandy goes glam with a bold black silk Nha Khanh ball gown skirt ($630 at Stanley Korshak) blended with a single-sleeve striped silk Alexis blouse ($295 at Tootsies), and finishing it off with an unconventional black tulle Jennifer Behr veil ($350 at Warren Barrón Bridal).

A Bold Stance

Photo by Thom Jackson, styling by Mari Hidalgo

Black can make for a stately evening wedding, especially if you opt for lacy patterns over heavy-handed solid looks. Normandy’s Nha Khanh chantilly gown ($890 at Stanley Korshak) provides texture and intrigue, while her elbow-length opera gloves and Big Dipper ring ($1,600 at Molly Sharp Jewelry) say ceremony.


Credits

Photography: Thom Jackson/Photo Division
Styling: Mari Hidalgo/Sister/Brother Mgmt
Models: Drea and Normandy
Hair & Makeup: Michael Thomas

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