Archive for «Januar, 2011»

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Lancome ist BrautSache Partner

Lancome ist «Presenting Partner of Brautsache«.
Umwerfend und makellos aussehen … das möchte jede Braut am Tag der Hochzeit. Die perfekte Hautpflege, das bezauberndste Make-up – wir wissen, dass Lancome das im Handumdrehen schafft. Die Geschichte von Lancome entstand aus dem Traum eines außergewöhnlichen Mannes: Armand Petijean. Voller Leidenschaft für die Frauen und der französischen Eleganz, hat er erkannt, dass die Schönheit der Frau aus vielen Facetten ihrer Weiblichkeit hervorgeht. Schönheit ist mehr als nur Äußerlichkeiten. Schönheit bedeutet Emotion, das Erwachen aller Sinne, die Harmonie zwischen Herz, Körper und Geist. Und wir wissen genau: Für die Hochzeit braucht es nur den Willen und den Plan, die individuelle Schönheit und Weiblichkeit der Braut zu entfalten, ganz egal wie alt sie ist oder wo sie lebt!

{Schönheit bedeutet Emotionen | Lancome}


{Schönheit bedeutet Emotionen | Lancome}
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Let’s talk about silhouette {2}

And let get things straight, ladies! For that fabulous party, when Cinderella got to know Prince Charming, the fairy had provided her with the most wonderful dress in the whole world. Just remember: she was not yet a princess and the party was a ball. So, which gown did she wear? Well, the Princess style was still to be invented by her and the dear fairy, very well fashion conscious had appropriately given her the Ball Gown!

Since those old good Cinderella days, the Ball Gown has evolved in its neckline and sleeves, keeping untouchable a small waist and its skirt full of petticoats. Queen Victoria told us the story, Christian Dior reinvented the dress in the 50’s and till this day it remains a classicfavorite, the most romantic weddings’ gown choice!
Let us just be aware that this silhouette is the one to flatter women of average height and good shaped waist. Such voluminous skirt will only overwhelm a petite bride. Therefore, little girls, wear your long pink dresses with very round skirts while you can!


{Purism with shine | Jenny Packham}


{We love it | Reem Acra}


{Always a good choice | Pronovias}


{Very Wang, the fairy who dressed | Vera Wang}


{Chelsea Clinton. What a marvelous wedding. What a dream Ball Gown. | Vera Wang}
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Let’s talk about silhouette {1}

Because not every bride is suited to every dress … The A-line wedding gown is narrower at the top, flaring gently wider toward the bottom thereby resembling the letter A. There is mostly no horizontal seam in the waist, making its lines uninterrupted. A-line dresses work well on most figure types; it emphasizes the bust, it is ideal for small brides wanting to look longer and disguises well bottom-heavy figures. And it is a great alternative to Empire dresses!
See some of our 2011 favorites.

{Tender and romantic | San Patrick}


{Our favorite! | Oscar de la Renta}


{Gardenia | Ian Stuart}


{Supreme | Elie Saab}