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Get to grips with girlish ‘cause this season the skirt is stepping up to fulfil our feminine fancy. We’re loving long lines, obsessed with organza overlays and passionate about PVC - the pink vinyl pencil skirt is one to watch (you heard it here first!). Mini skirts call on Clueless for some 90s inspo - brushed checks are back –, midis go full circle and maxis are made to layer with sheer tunics for long over long style.

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The veil is the iconic bridal accessory. From flirty birdcages to regal cathedral-length styles, there's no shortage of options. But there are a few things you should keep in mind as you narrow down the type of veil you plan to wear. First of all, you'll want your veil to match the exact shade of your gown (color blocking is better left to your day-to-day look). And be mindful when choosing a style—if your dress has a lot going on, stick with something simple that won't steal the spotlight. If showing off the back of your dress is a must—say, you have gorgeous embroidery or beading—choose a sheer veil rather than one with two layers of tulle. Lastly, Consider your body type: Longer waltz or floor-length veils will elongate a petite frame while mid-length styles, like fingertip or elbow-length veils, can visually cut you in half, making them a better pick for taller brides. Short styles, like a birdcage or bandeau, work for all shapes and sizes and lend a fun, retro vibe to your gown.
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