The Story Of.: Accessories and embellishment do all the talking in the Pearly Queen, which takes inspiration from the abiding beauty of the pearl. Both natural and smoothed edges inform jewellery, hair decor and embellishment, enchanting the mood with a timeless yet contemporary aesthetic that is to be adored and adorned.
The Fashion: Silhouettes are to be downplayed and preferably silken. The off-white shades of Maison La‘s perfect slip dresses speak to the mood without veering into the overt, while the delicately decored straps of New White Bridal, Cinq and Rosie Assoulin speak to the theme while maintaining true bridal status.
The Accessories: Completed Works are a linchpin to this mood-board; their naturally derived iterations on the classic pearl capturing an edge of bohemé that renders the look contemporary. The same is true with Sophie Buhai, a jeweller that embodies the spirit of aesthetic modernity of The Story Of. Elsewhere, KatKim gives a nod to tradition, perfectly encapsulating a diamond set ring amongst a giant pearl, balancing the best of both world.
The Finishing Touches: Tiny pearls lend a delicacy and delight to the bridal mani, as seen at The Hang Edit, while Esthetic Bride showcases how to move the theme from the body to it’s surroundings with enchanting table-wear and stationary.