Marchesa S/S 2017: My thoughts! 

If texture is your thing, then consider wearing Marchesa! From the 3-D elements to the body hugging silhouettes, Marchesa doesn’t disappoint!  

All images from Brides.com.  

 

Sketching Lady Gaga: 11 Designers Imagine Gaga’s dress!

I’m lucky enough to work with some of the best designers to bring exclusive sketches of Lady Gaga on her wedding day! Designers include: Val Stefani, Olia Zavozina, Eugenia Couture, Sabrina Dahan, Sarah Janks, Gemy Maalouf, Galia Lahav, Winnie Couture, Yumi Katsura, Pixton Design Group and a surprise designer! Which one is your favorite? 

Val Stefani   
 
Olia Zavozina   

Eugenia Couture 

 
Sabrina Dahan

 
Sarah Janks 

  
   
Gemy Maalouf   

Galia Lahav   

Winnie Couture

 
Yumi Katsura   

Kimberly Pixton 

  
 
And, surprise!!! I designed one too!  

 

Red Carpet Ready: My Top 10 Red Carpet Picks

 It’s finally here, my red carpet picks! Did your favorite make the cut?    This simple purple gown was perfect on Tina, she looked classic, timeless and elegant.
 Maria’s gown was radiating with old Hollywood glamour. 

 I loved this gown! Those colors were amazing, she looked like a giant piece of jewelry. 

 I absolutely loved the 3-D effect that Cate’s dress had. It was simply beautiful.

  One of my favorites because of the simplicity of the gown. Go Jen!
 Okay, pants Gaga…yes girl! Work it!

  This was gorgeous coming and going, now only if she could have taken a photo with Ryan!
 SLAY Chrissy, girl you worked a maternity red carpet gown like it was your job. 

OMG, I loved this! Especially because it looked like liquid. A throwback to Titanic, maybe!
 My #1 for good reason, I couldn’t take my eyes off this gown. pri- girl you worked it!

Who, What, Wear!: Oscar Fashion Predictions Edition

I am so excited to see the Oscars tomorrow night! Here are my fashion predictions for the Actress in a Leading Role & Supporting Actress in a Leading Role. I think many celebs will be wearing black this year, just saying…

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Cate Blanchett- this gorgeous blue Zuhair Murad dress would do wonders for Cate’s eyes. cate blanchett2_Fotor_Collage.jpgBrie Larson-a light blue ball gown with a high slit by Tony Ward is perfect for her! brie-larson-golden-globes-2016-2_Fotor_Collage.jpgJennifer Lawrence- she’s probably going to be wearing Dior, but I’d like to see her wearing this gorgeous black Marchesa gown. I honestly fell in love with this one.jennifer-lawrence-2-768_Fotor_Collage.jpgCharlotte Rampling- she tends to wear white a lot, so I found this gorgeous white, Zuhair Murad dress. 7ad62fd4f51d24c516580ace7ade506a_Fotor_Collage.jpgSaoirse Ronan- I think this two-toned black and blue lace gown by Michael Costello (Project Runway alum) would be perfect for her.01_05103951_636138_2627471a_Fotor_Collage.jpg

…and the Oscar goes to: Kate Winslet.Screen Shot 2016-02-27 at 9.01.38 AM

Jennifer Jason Leigh- this wisteria colored Zuhair Murad gown will be gorgeous on her.  

 Rooney Mara-this Monique Lhuillier gown would be perfect on her.  
 Rachel McAdams- this floral Elie Saab has Rachel written all over it.  
 Alicia Viklander- this flowing ombré gown by Elie Saab is the perfect risk for Ms. Viklander.  

 Kate Winslet- this sequined Jenny Packham gown will do wonders for her eyes. Not to mention she needs to sparkle if she’s going to win!  
 

Simply Stunning Blue Wedding Dresses

I’m not much into sports, but I did just watch the Panthers qualify for the Super Bowl. So in honor of them…here are some simply stunning blue wedding gowns! Because, why not? Gowns by Claire Pettibone, Oscar de la Renta, Dior and unknown.  

    
   

Surprise Ballerina Flash Mob!

I am a sucker for all of the “grooms surprise bride with dance” videos and I think I finally saw the BEST ONE! 

To view the video, CLICK HERE! —>Best groom video EVER 

The couple featured in this video are both ballerinas (yes, ballerinas!!) and from what I can gather they dance professionally in Richmond, Va. (Might need to make a trip!) 

 
 Okay I watched the ENTIRE 8-minute-long video (which is well worth it) and I’m not going to lie- I was obsessed with figuring out what the brides dress looked like… So of course if you see in the video 4:50 or so, it’s stunning! You do end up seeing the full dress at the very end! 

Photo credit: I may have borrowed on the Valerie Tellman-Henning’s Facebook page and borrowed some images…