Pleats, embellishments and swathes of floaty peach chiffon combine for this issue’s cover outfit by Style Rooms. The elegant tall-necked, floor-length chiffon gown oozes femininity and streamlines the figure making it ideal for a mid-spring or early summer registry or reception.
A floaty chiffon dream for a registry bride
The sleeveless bodice is embellished with a trio of intricate thread, bead and crystal work, adding texture and life to the top half, while a pleated skirt brings movement to the lower portion without fighting for attention with the rest of the outfit. A patterned underskirt hiding underneath a top layer of chiffon brings playful glints of sparkle to the look, but again, without being too overbearing. Bringing together the spheres of western weddings and Asian culture, the peach gown embodies a look that is all about understated, timeless glamour.
style rooms launched its first boutique in preston, with contemporary and traditional designs inspired by the trends of the subcontinent. robust growth has allowed the company to branch out to a new store in east London. brides and female guests have a vast selection of stunning designer outfits to choose from, so whatever your style or budget, you’ll be sure to find something suitably wonderful to meet your tastes.
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Style Rooms, 345 Ley Street, Ilford, IG1 4AA ,
T. +44(0)7858 690 827
Pared back elegance is the beauty look of the season
A departure from the traditional bridal look of heavy eyeliner and strong lips, our beauty look this cover was inspired by the new beginnings and freshness of spring. Create a smooth ‘blank canvas’ with primer, ensuring the product fills any creases and under eye wrinkles. Bone structure is created with peachy tones rather than a contouring palette, as we wanted to keep the overall look quite subtle. For this same reason, we used soft pencil to line the eyes rather than gel. Cream blush gave a gorgeous glow to the cheeks, while nude and soft brown shadow on the lids gives definition without being overpowering. Finish the look by lightly filling in eyebrows with pencil and a sweep of coral on the lips. Soft, tumbling curls finishes the vintage look.
Summaya was the makeup artist for Khush’s first cover and she makes a triumphant return for our spring 2014 cover look. demand for summaya’s hair and makeup skills has grown stratespherically in the last two years, and she attends to brides across the country from her base in east london. with work celebrated in the national and international press, She believes bridal beauty trends this year will centre around soft feminine elegance. summaya draws inspiration from art, fashion and pop culture, taking the mainstream trends of the day and fusing them with asian culture to present a look that in entirely unique
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Summaya, +44(0) 7949 820 111, email@example.com, instagram @summayamua
Gold and clear stone add luxurious accents
Completing our romantic cover look are exquisite pieces from Mumtaz Collection by Design. Featuring Swarovski elements and pearls, every piece is custom-made in Birmingham’s prestigious jewellery quarter, so that every pair of earrings, necklace, bangles, rings and hairpiece are as individual as the woman wearing them. The ornaments designed for our cover enhances the beauty of the gown, giving it the perfect balance of sparkle and detail. The hairpiece compliments the vintage loose curls tumbling down our model’s head while the statement earrings and cuff add touches of daintiness to the overall look.
The jeweller is a sophisticated boutique offering customised jewellery and bridal accesories made from swarovski crystals. specialising in customised Asian and Indian Jewellery including bridal necklaces, earrings and Designer Keepsake Bouquets all designed and produced in the UK, mumtaz collection by design prides itself on its distinctive pieces and second-to-none customer service.
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Mumtaz collection by design, +44 (0)121 772 4722, mumtazcollection.co.uk