First Kate Middleton, then Charlene Wittstock, and now Zara Phillips: it's been a ripe season for royal weddings. The queen's granddaughter married English rugby captain Mike Tindall in a relatively low-key wedding in Scotland. Zara wore a Stewart Parvin gown, with a chevron-pleated bodice and dropped waist. Her mother, Princess Anne, gave her the Greek diamond tiara to wear. Stylish attendees included Kate Middleton, who recycled a yellow jacquard jacket she's worn in the past, and princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, who both chose skirtsuits and fascinators. The queen, like Zara, also chose the British couturier Stewart Parvin, along with her trusty handbag. Click our slideshow to see all the royal wedding looks.
This month we're focusing on weddings, and all the fashion fun that comes with it. We've written about our favorite rings and dresses; now we're focusing on the non-traditional bride who doesn't want to wear a classic gown. What should she wear? We hand the platform over to you: create a wedding day outfit, complete with shoes and accessories, that doesn't feature a traditional wedding dress. It could be a runway look, or a simple white sheath. Be sure to tell us about your inspiration for the look.1. Go to ShopStyle, and sign up for a free account. If you already have a PopSugar account then there's no need to sign up.
2. Shop away. Hover over the item you want and click "Favorite," so it goes into your Stylebook.
3. Ready to style? Go to your Stylebook and click "Create a Look." Drag and drop the pieces you want. Make it look pretty.
4. Save it, then click "Share Look," then "Blog It."
5. Copy the code provided at the bottom of the page and paste it into a "New Post" while in raw html mode, not rich text, in the Fab Stylist of the Week group. Include the name of the challenge in your post's title so we can see it.
Fab readers, let's see what you've got. Submit your look, and you may win our Fab Stylist of the Week!
How beautiful you look on your wedding day shouldn't be dictated by how much you spend. We found 10 dresses — all retailing for under $600 — that are utterly gorgeous and special. Some are ornate, but many of them are simple and elegant, meaning you can add as little or as much as you want to achieve the look you want. There are many things to consider in your wedding outfit, including flowers, jewelry, shoes; even the simplest dress can be transformed while the most fanciful dress needs little else. Check out these 10 dresses, and click to shop.
Choosing a dress for your wedding is a momentous decision; you're going to be wearing it for one of the most important moments of your life, and you're going to be photographed A LOT in that dress. Those photographs will live on for a long, long time, so let's choose the best one, shall we? This week, we're all about the dress, peep our slideshow of the 25 most classically gorgeous wedding gowns around and stay tuned for more frock inspiration.
There's the heady joy of being in love and getting engaged, but then reality sets in over and over again: that costs what?! Weddings are an investment; but, for those watching their finances, it's important to make smart investments. We found 10 gorgeous, incredibly special rings that will not break the bank as far as engagement rings go. Check out our slideshow.
Isaac Mizrahi is bringing his couture skills to the wedding gown with a series of six sophisticated gowns exclusive to wedding site The Aisle. The gowns, which will range in price from $2,200-$4,500 will be available to The Aisle New York members starting tomorrow (this might be a good time to sign up if you're a bride-to-be) for a six-month period. For those who want their gown to fit perfectly — which is everyone — the collection will be available custom made-to-measure and delivered to you within two weeks. Check out the six gorgeous dresses here.
Even if you're single and loving it, there's something alluring about being a bride. That's why we're kicking off wedding season with a month of can't-miss editorial on the best dresses, rings, shoes, and party outfits for a wedding. To kick it off, we're starting at Step 1: the ring. While few women want to resist a big, old-fashioned diamond ring, there are plenty of gorgeous, nontraditional options if you're planning to get engaged and want something different. We combed the market for 15 beautiful, unique rings that, quite frankly, don't require you to plan a wedding around.
Be sure to check out the rest of Fab's wedding coverage!