After deciding that bridal stores needed a serious shake-up, Christy Baird founded LOHO Bride, an acronym for "league of her own." With locations in Los Angeles and San Francisco, LOHO Bride offers an experience for women who don’t identify with mainstream bridal looks. Every month, Christy will lend her expertise on high-fashion bridal designers, trends, and offer a behind-the-scenes look at the latest industry news.
It’s your big day: You’re walking down the aisle, waiting for everyone’s heads to turn and see you in your gown for the first time. The ultimate goal? Jaws drop, people gasp, someone whispers to their neighbor, “She looks incredible!” This is what every bride hopes for, right? The good news is that you don’t have to pull out all the bells and whistles to achieve it. There’s a definite “cool” factor to a bride who knows how to take a simple gown and make it her own. Why else would everyone lust after Carolyn Kennedy’s wedding day style?
We’re going to show you how to wear a wedding gown that is perfectly minimalistic to create three entirely unique looks. Keep reading to see how three real brides showcased their bridal style using the same A La Robe slip gown.
Which bride’s look is closest to your personal style? Tell us in the comments below!