Well ladies... Eeekkk!! Very, exciting news, we were part of our very first styled shoot a couple of weeks ago and wow are we happy with the images! Plus we were absolutely delighted that the organisers wanted one of our own brides as the model! How gorgeous does our girl look...?
It was so exciting and fantastic to work with the “A” team @fantaildesignerflorist, Tierney Photography, Fantail Designer Florist, The Snowdrop Cakery, The Vow Sheffield, Wild Wedding Days, Nicola Whitfield MUA and of course our very own bride to be @laverack1988 she looked stunning!!!
ABOVE: Here are just some of the gorgeous pictures from our recent shoot at Wortley Hall Sheffield, taken by Tierney Photography.
ABOVE: Train Goals... This is the stunning 'Nancy' by White Rose Bridal and we are so in love with her, plus accessories by Richard Designs.
What a fabulous day...
Photographer : Tierney Photography
Dress : Sophia Tolli (Alesha)
Accessories : Richard Designs
Model : Eve Laverack
Flowers : Fantail Designer Florist
Cake : The Snowdrop Cakery
Hair and Make Up : Nicola Whitfield MUA
Venue : Wortley Hall Sheffield
Wild Wedding Days The Vow Sheffield
Well Ladies, Celebrating Curves Bridal were feeling very excited at The Majestic Hotel in Harrogate, last month, as we were here to be showcased the brand new bridal collection from Mary's Bridal UK for Spring 2020... and wow, were we impressed...
Feeling so very excited and just a little bit spoilt...
We are here! Greeted by a fantastic array of white hanging parasols... What a lovely welcome. Love it!!!
Can't resist a selfie with a beautifully decorated vehicle... A stunning floral display full of colour and surprise.
Bring on the booze... Officially getting Mary’ied with Mary's Bridal UK. Thank you for the drinks guys!
Bridal buying time - My favourite time...
Well ladies, would you take a look who I bumped into...
- Mary's Bridal UK
What shall we call her ladies? Any Ideas?
Throughout March we are offering some amazing deals... all our SALE sample dresses are £499 or less! Yes that's rignt £499 or less! It's Madness!
Grab one of our midweek appointments now by clicking here and contacting us ASAP and you will get a further reduction on all of our SALE sample dresses! These prices are only available at one of our SPECIAL MIDWEEK APPOINTMENTS on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, so call 07736 447262 or message now and quote “March Midweek Madness” to secure your spot. As long as you quote this offer, no marked down sale dress is more than £499! Terms and conditions apply. #marchmidweekmadness #sale #designerweddingdress #discountedprice
Have a wonderful, healthy and happy new year from us to you!
Every woman has their own characteristic facial features and body shapes, and when it comes to choosing an outfit, it’s the neckline that is likely to make all the difference between a look that flatters your figure and face, and one that accentuates your less-than-perfect parts.
Whether taking the plunge or cover up, V-neck, boat-neck, halter neck or strapless, necklines have the ability to remove pounds, as well as to give an air of sophistication and lend comfort – or do the opposite. You have to factor in your bust size, neck length, height and even face shape. Learn some of these guides to discovering which necklines work for you, and which should be avoided by one specific frame.
Especially for those who have broad shoulders, thick torsos, or short necks, this neckline is well suggested. But overall, depending on cut of the neckline, whether you are petite, skinny, or plus size, the V-neck flatters almost every body shapes. And for those with a large bust, watch the cut. A very high V can make a large bust look saggy, while a plunging V can be too revealing, while a wide V balances out pear shapes.
Suit for almost every body type and size, but best recommended for:
– Those who have a large bust or like a little cleavage
– Full figured women as it give vertical illusion to the outfit which is good for
– A good bra gives maximum uplift and a great cleavage, which look fabulous with this neckline
– Short neck and broad shoulders as it draws attention to the centre
– Wide, round, and square jaws as it elongates face shape
It enhances chest area so it’s great for ladies with small chest. These look best on hourglass figures, and because it covers the arms elegantly and comfortably, it’s also best suited for women with bulky arms. But if you have a short, thick neck or double chin, be careful with this high necked style, as it will only call attention to these areas.
Best recommended for:
– Average to small busted ladies as it gives the illusion of larger breasts
– Narrow shoulders – particularly if reinforced with small shoulder pads
– Banana (Rectangle) body shape as it balances up the shoulders
– Long face as it cuts the length of the facial structure
– Long neck
– Beautiful collarbone
Suited for almost every body type and size, but best recommended for:
– Well-toned arms
– Good shoulders
– Average to small busted ladies
As for bustier ladies or those with broad shoulders, they can do a smaller scoop to disguise their large bust area – unless they want to show much of their cleavage. While large scoop necks create curves, a low scooped neckline can also give the illusion of a longer neck and is flattering to those carrying extra fat under the chin. However, the curvy neckline also highlights a round, full face.
Best recommended for:
– Short neck, long face, or narrow shoulders as it gives the illusions of longer and wider look
– Hourglass shape as it creates a balanced look between upper and lower body part
– Great to create an illusion of large bust.
The best thing about this shape, it visually elongates the face and provides proportional balance to the overall silhouette. The shape is quite different from a V neck, although it may somehow appear the same to some people.
Suits for almost everyone, but best recommended for:
– Busted ladies – to accentuate cleavage
– Short chin and neck
– Angular face shape as it balances the contours of the sweetheart
– Petite women with small breasts and narrow shoulders may wear them to show more curves
On the other hand, if you are with curves and full chested, it’s actually fine to go bra-less as long as you know how to pull the look off with comfort, confidence and elegance. Go for seamless shaping garments or a strapless bra with great support. Stay clear of clear bra straps and uncomfortable sticky bra pads. Women with petite figure, however, can also invest in this neckline to give longer and taller silhouette. A strapless style also helps to elongate the neck.
Suits for almost every body type and size, but if you are busted lady, just make sure you have good support throughout the day.
This is best recommended for:
– Long Neck
– Well-toned arms
– Good Shoulders
– Medium Bust
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