Baftas Fashion 2014

Baftas 2014 Fashion

Baftas 2014 Fashion

The TV Bafta’s…and indeed any awards ceremony involving celebrities and actors always becomes a spotlight for fashionistas everywhere. The latest fashion trends come together on the Red Carpet before the ceremony and all eyes are glued watching out for designer dresses, shoes and jewellery. The TV Bafta ceremony in London this week was no exception!

The best bridal inspired trend was simplicity itself…Lucy Whitmore in a stunning, plain white halter-neck gown accessorized to perfection with a beautiful box clutch a la Harriet Wilde style and a stunning bracelet! Brides looking for celeb-style inspiration for their wedding day and a sleek Hollywood inspired look need look no further – this plain, well-cut look exudes glamour, effortless styling and an ultra modern finish. A bridal outfit inspired by this look is all about clean lines, the cut of the dress and, of course, the hair! The MTV presenter chose retro-inspired waves and hair swept to one side with no need for earrings. Re-create this look with a contemporary, white wedding dress, side swept bridal hairstyle, a designer box clutch bag and a Cubic Zirconia bracelet by Ivory and Co.

Also spotted in the colour of the season – Gold – were Fearne Cotton and Millie Mackintosh. The gold and white colour palette is currently trending all over the bridal catwalk with accessories being launched in golden tones to match the gowns. Benjamin Adams recently launched some styles called Mae and Preston with golden leather trim and Harriet Wilde introduced gold sculptured trims on her trademark bridal styles this season. Gold bridal accessories are perfect to complement a champagne or blush tone wedding dress or contrast with a white or ivory gown!

Baftas 2014 Gold Accessories

Baftas 2014 Gold Accessories

 

 

No Comments
May 20, 2014 in Bridal Handbags, Bridal Jewellery, Wedding Shoes
Tagged ,

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Using Gravatars in the comments - get your own and be recognized!

XHTML: These are some of the tags you can use: <a href=""> <b> <blockquote> <code> <em> <i> <strike> <strong>