Boler-OH MY!

Boler-OH MY!

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May 18, 2016



The bolero is the perfect transformation piece for brides looking to cover up for the ceremony, whether it be for the church or for their own personal style and comfort. In many cases a bride wants to have two looks and aren't aware it can be done without having to actually buy two different wedding gowns. It can be as easy as 1,2,3!

  1450   Don't you feel like you can conquer the world when you have a separate skirt and top on and you get a compliment on your 'dress'? You can  Make eyes and minds wonder on your wedding day, pair a voluminous skirt with a bolero. The easiest way of doing this is finding bridal separates you love. Martina Liana is known for beautiful separate pieces including corsets, body suits, jackets, and skirts that compliment each other magically. Seen below are a few Martina Liana real brides who have thrown over bolero's. Check out that fur!     [gallery ids="426,427" type="rectangular"]   Some designers offer a matching bolero with certain dresses making it easier on the bride-to-be. A particular favorite of ours is La Sposa who enables clean pairings. The Ermelinda bolero seen below gives off a hint of Grace Kelly and has a chameleon effect in the way that it is able to flow with different brands and styles. Definitely a must-try for the traditional bride! 27873_1_31667

A bejeweled bolero can give the opposite effect of the lace bolero. This option is for the edgier bride that tends to wear a little more fashion-forward clothing on a daily basis. The particular bolero seen below gives a Gatsby feeling but can be worn with a simpler dress or a more embellished gown like the one Bel Aire Bridal has it with.