Can we hear wedding bells ringing? Yes! For those tying the knot soon, lucky you! We're sure you're loads excited for the Day you'll say 'I do.'
But weddings are more than just those two words. As you may well know, it comes with lots of preparations. From the location of the wedding and the reception, to the guests and the invites, then the flowers and of course, the rings—things can get crazy, especially as the weeks pass and the time draws closer. But, first things first, let's prioritize one of the most important things on your wedding day—your gown.
It's a once in a lifetime occasion, so make sure you wear a number that speaks to you. During the MAS! More Music, Art, and Style by Style Origin event, we got dibs on the hottest styles right now (thanks to the creative hands of Francis Libiran, Jun Escario, and brand Religioso). Here are some of the highlights of the evening—see how you can actually cop your favorite 'it' girl's wedding dress:
1. Dainty and regal like Georgina Wilson's. Lace all over—how's that for your wedding dress? For a modern spin, you can opt for intricate geometric designs. But the common ground: Floating down the aisle like true royalty.
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2. Sexy elegant like Solenn Heussaff's. A sweetheart-cut neckline style is a great way to classily unleash your inner seductress.
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3. Body-hugging with volume like Toni Gonzaga's. Work on your proportions if you're naturally skinny. Pick gowns that fit and show off your curves in all the right places. A Grecian-inspired dress, perhaps?
4. Easy breezy embellished like Isabel Oli's. Patterns make you a bride to remember, even if you're wearing an uncomplicated style. Just make sure the design doesn't overwhelm you!
5. Simple and classic like Heart Evangelista's. Plain and pure means dashing and chic when it comes to bridal gowns. So yes, you don't need a sequined number if you're totally uncomfotable with it—go for your own taste! Heart had intricately designed gowns for the first parts of her wedding, but changed into a class bustier number for the after party.
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Photographs courtesy of Style Origin, and from Instagram.com/ilovegeorgina, Instagram.com/isabelledaza, Instagram.com/isabeloliprats, Instagram.com/iamhearte, and Instagram.com/mymetrophoto