Bridal Style: Find Your Best Look

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As a bride, your style should be a more polished and bridal version of your everyday style, because you want to look like the best possible version of you. Get ideas for your look by answering five questions from My Fair Wedding: Finding Your Vision… Through His Revisions!, by David Tutera of WE tv’s The Wedding Planner.

Take cues from what you already own and what flatters your body type the most.

Which movie star’s or celebrity’s wardrobe would you rather own? Marilyn Monroe’s vintage starlet attire? Mary Kate Olsen’s bohemian clothing? Victoria Beckham’s streamlined collection? Or Beyoncé’s diva closet?

Howwould you describe your body type? Pear-shaped, hourglass, apple-shaped, or straight as a ruler? You want to look your best on this day, so knowing your body type can narrow down the right styles for you.

What will you be wearing on your head? A long, traditional veil? A fashion-forward hat? A simple flower tucked behind your ear, or nothing at all? Knowing what accessories you will wear can provide a direction for the style of the gown itself.

What are your favorite stores to shop in, and why?

When you accessorize, are you minimal or eclectic in style?



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Sarah Lewis has served on President Obama’s Arts Policy Committee, been selected for Oprah’s “Power List,” and is a Critic at the Yale University School of Art in the MFA program. She is also an active curator, having held positions at both the Tate Modern and The Museum of Modern Art. Her writing on contemporary art has been published extensively. She received her BA from Harvard University, an MPhil from Oxford University, and will receive her PhD from Yale University in March 2014. She lives in New York City.

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