Wedding Trends: Wedding Separates

Wedding season is rolling around again, and as promised, I'm chatting trends. I'll be doing a series on a few different bridal trends, and I'm also opening my virtual styling to in-person style clients for weddings only this year.

The topic of discussion for today is the separates trend... you know 2 piece wedding dresses. It's likely a top contender for my bride.

Some say it's for the unconventional bride unafraid of pushing the envelope. I say it can be done tastefully that even the most conventional of ladies could pull it off. The versatility alone makes it a definite yes in my book, but I'm curious what you think?

You can mix and match pieces. If you know anything about my personal style and my styling philosophy for my clients, I'm ALL about mixing and matching! So why not for your wedding day?

Separates can take a look that easily transforms from ceremony to reception, just another lasting trend brides have adopted to be more comfortable and party-ready for the reception. For instance, if it's a formal ceremony, pairing a dramatic long skirt with an embellished bodice fits the mold, yet afterwards don a fun party-friendly skirt.

The best part? I think we're all interested in getting use out of our pieces so unlike a full wedding gown, you can wear bridal separates... again. And the possibilities for passing it on to a child are endless with separates.

If you're a traditionalist, which I would put myself in that category, and you're opting for a classic wedding and wedding dress, you can seamlessly pull together separates that will give the look and feel of a full gown, yet give you that transformation option for the after party.

If you're into pushing the envelope and looking for a bold statement, separates give you that option. Maybe you've worked your a$% off and want to show off those amazing abs at your paradise destination wedding, or maybe you're opting for a themed Christmas wedding and want to add a little color. Separates give you so much versatility to do so.

I've put together some looks for you and I'd love to hear what you think of the trend. Yes? No? Love it? Hate it? Leave me your comments below!

Love the long skirt with a long sleeve body suit.

{similar look: long sleeve laced top / skirt}

Such a pretty, feminine option of a tulle skirt and long sleeve lace top. The topper is so gorgeous and can definitely be worn again!

{similar look: topper / skirt}

This option still gives a bride a full skirt that's feminine with a twist on a traditional lace top in a crop.

{similar look: crop top / skirt}

I love the simplicity and elegance of these separates. So classically modern chic.

{similar look: top / skirt}

Personal styling has been on the back burner, and only a handful of virtual style appointments are accepted. However, I'm offering limited in-person style sessions for weddings only. For brides, groups consisting of the bride, bridesmaids, flower girls, and mother's of the brides, limited appointments are being accepted. Bookings go quickly, so let's get you scheduled and ready for your big day!

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