Fashion for the aisle is now more than ever centered around individual style and versatility. After a year of uncertainty and cancellations, many couples are now deciding to get married sooner rather than later – opting for simple, low key weddings that may or may not be followed by a larger party.
Amplified by the likes of Lily Allen and Princess Beatrice – who both opted for stylishly small ceremonies – the micro wedding trend is here to stay and we for one, are here for it.
#1 How To Do A Low Key Wedding
What was once all about the dress has now become about the wedding wardrobe as a whole; and whether you’re the bride or a guest, a low key wedding is the perfect opportunity to be a little more experimental than usual.
Opting for pieces that can be worn time and time again not only saves the bank, but it gives you room to feel more like yourself on such an important day. Take Natasha Heasman – fashion stylist and queen of the low key wedding – for example. Her beautifully minimal registry office wedding dress stole took centre stage, whilst her dreamy Shrimps Mini Antonia Bag and matching pearl headband finished the perfect low key look.