Feb 12

Bridal Separates: Personalizing Your Look

Bridal separates are a fun and unique way to personalize your wedding look, but matching two pieces together can be pretty intimidating. Before putting separates together it’s helpful to know what kind of fit you’re looking for, specifically when it comes to your skirt. Once you know your preferred fit, whether it be a-line or classic sheath, it’s time to find the perfect top to pair with it.


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The Vivienne Skirt by Alexandra Grecco is a personal favorite of mine. The floral applique adds a sense of whimsy to the romantic a-line skirt. I love the simplicity of the Rennes top by Sarah Seven, it’s the perfect compliment to the fun textures of the Vivienne skirt.


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Theia’s Ines Skirt paired with their Ada top is the perfect pairing for a more fitted look. This combo has all of the perks of a traditional wedding dress with the modern twist of being two pieces.  I love the way our real LVD bride Sarah styled her look with a loose updo to complete her effortless, modern bridal look.


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Isra by Bo & Luca features a delicately beaded top and the softest a-line skirt. This skirt is the perfect a-line as it hugs your hips and shows off your shape while also giving you movement throughout. The beaded design on top is exclusive to Bo & Luca, and the skirt is hand-died in loose leaf white tea to give it a soft ivory hue.

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