Wedding Dress With Pants

Wedding Dress With Pants

Wedding Dress With Pants

You guys know how much we love wedding dresses. Romantic, feminine, dramatic and pretty, they have the power to make you look like a princess, feel like a goddess, and set the tone for your entire wedding. But they’re not for everyone. Whether you’re a tomboy bride looking for something more you, a stylish dame planning to forge your own path down the aisle, or a same sex bride wanting to look a little different from your other half on your big day, there are lots of wedding dress alternatives that will let you look yourself, while still feeling glamorous, gorgeous, and special. Enter jump suits, pant suits, and even play suits, the new wedding wardrobe. From real brides to runways we take a look at some of the most stylish ways to suit up for your wedding. The Pant Suits My mam wore a cream flared pant suit, with a white brimmed hat to marry my Dad in 1976. And she looked awesome. Now, when I was a dress-obsessed little girl, I was horrified that my mother had missed out on her “Big White Dress Moment,” but now I realise she was one kick-ass bride. Wearing trousers to your wedding doesn’t mean you’ll look butch or blocky, it could mean a chic suit, a sexy two-piece, or a dramatic style statement all of your own. Suit, Lela Rose via NYFW Lie Sang Bong and Zuhair Murad both via Sweet Felicite Pant Gown, Ralph and Russo via Sweet Felicite Photo by 3 Photographers via Martha Stewart Weddings  Zuhair Murad via Sweet Felicite The Jumpsuit Jumpsuits are so freaking cool. Not only are they total statement pieces, but they can create a silhouette that’s just as romantic, seductive, dramatic and feminine as a dress. Perfect for chic city weddings and elopements, or as unique bridesmaid attire, you can play around with pant widths, necklines and textures, just like a dress, or you can keep it simple and amp up the accessories. Photos by Worthless via StyleTracker Photo by Jose Villa via One Fab Day Photo by Michele M. Waite Photography via One Fab Day Image by Diana M. Lott Photography via Green Wedding Shoes Jumpsuit, Temperley // Jumpsuit, J. Crew Photo by Lily & Frank via One Fab Day Photo via Janel Elise Events  Jumpsuit, Viktor & Rolf  Photos via Refinery 29 Play Suit Now we didn’t think rompers were appropriate wedding day attire, then we saw some of these little beauties below, and we have to say, we’re converted. Cute, playful, and pretty, these make the perfect attire for tearing it up on the dancefloor, as well as pretty daytime outfits for backyard nuptials, beach weddings, or casual city affairs. If you’re looking for something low-key, stylish and fun, playsuits might be the perfect wedding dress alternative. Romper, Encore by Watters Romper, Encore by Watters Playsuit, Sita Murt Playsuit, She Shea Rompers Mrs Press via One Stylish Bride Playsuit, Delphine Manivet What do you think, would you consider wearing pants to your wedding, or are you a bride who dropped the dress – share your thoughts and stories in the comments below! For more alternative wedding inspiration, check our Unique Real Weddings. 
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Wedding Dress With Pants

share X 35 Gorgeous Pantsuits and Jumpsuits for Brides Whether your style is non-traditional, you’re a same-sex bride or you’re having a civil ceremony, it’s OK to say “no” to the dress! Even classic bridal designers such as Mon Cheri and Carolina Herrera included cutting-edge pantsuits, tuxedos, and more wedding-worthy separates in their latest collections. Or take a cue from chic stars like Solange Knowles and Amal Clooney by wearing a jumpsuit or romper at your bridal shower, rehearsal dinner or wedding sendoff. By: Stefania Sainato Enter Slideshow Theia Ivory crepe off-the-shoulder strapless sweetheart jumpsuit by Theia. Photo courtesy of designer Mark Zunino for Kleinfeld Silk embroidered bodice and silk stretch-crepe pant with organza overskirt by Mark Zunino for Kleinfeld.Photo courtesy of designer Lela Rose Silk and wool peplum top with pearl embroidered detachable collar and matching pant by Lela Rose.Photo courtesy of designer Galia By Galia Lahav Jumpsuit by Galia by Galia Lahav.Photo courtesy of designer Elizabeth Fillmore Seventies-inspired hammered silk satin wedding suit by Elizabeth Fillmore.Photo courtesy of designer Encore by Watters Lace romper by Encore by Watters featuring a high scoop neckline and long sleeves.Photo courtesy of designer Tony Ward Jumpsuit with embroidered bodice by Tony Ward.Photo courtesy of designer Renata by Mon Cheri Lace strapless top paired with wide-legged crepe pants. Outfit by Renata by Mon Cheri.Photo courtesy of designer Carolina Herrera Pantsuit with an embroidered top, a blazer with buttons on the cuffs and trousers. Outfit by Carolina Herrera.Photo courtesy of designer Monique Lhuillier Strapless Chantilly lace jumpsuit by Monique Lhuillier.Photo courtesy of designer DB Studio Halter crepe jumpsuit by DB Studio featuring a lace trim deep v-neckline with lace back.Photo courtesy of designer Rosa Clará Rustic silk top paired with trousers featuring hemstitch detailing. Outfit by Rosa Clará.Photo courtesy of designer Gemy Maalouf Jumpsuit by Gemy Maalouf featuring an illusion neckline, cut-outs and an open back.Photo courtesy of designer Elie Saab Long-sleeve jumpsuit by Elie Saab featuring a v-neckline lace bodice with embroidery that flows down the pants.Photo courtesy of designer Temperley London Satin-backed crepe jumpsuit by Temperley London featuring sheer tulle panels embellished with metallic embroidery, Swarovski crystals and bugle beads.Photo courtesy of designer Aideaux Sleek illusion cowl, hand-draped top paired with a slim fit pant. Outfit by Aideaux.Photo courtesy of designer Rivini Strapless wide leg jumpsuit by Rivini featuring an intricately embroidered tunic overlay.Photo courtesy of designer Theia Chantilly lace bridal jumpsuit by Theia featuring an off-the-shoulder wrap.Photo courtesy of designer Temperley London Crossback waistcoat paired with crepe high-waisted trousers. Outfit by Temperley London.Photo courtesy of designer Rivini French metallic lace sweatshirt paired with a cigarette lace pant and tulle train. Outfit by Rivini.Photo courtesy of designer Lili Hod Embroidered tank top paired with trousers. Outfit by Lihi Hod.Photo courtesy of designer Theia Pearl-white trouser suit by Theia.Photo courtesy of designer Renata by Mon Cheri Camisole featuring a scoop neckline paired with wide-legged crepe pants and a lace bolero jacket with long sleeves. Outfit by Renata by Mon Cheri.Photo courtesy of designer Rachel Pally Halter jumpsuit by Rachel Pally featuring a cut-out.Photo courtesy of designer Novis Sleeveless wide-leg jumpsuit by Novis.Photo courtesy of designer Renata by Mon Cheri Camisole featuring a scoop neckline paired with wide-legged crepe pants. Outfit by Renata by Mon Cheri.Photo courtesy of designer Naeem Khan Silk gazaar ivory beaded pantsuit by Naeem Khan.Photo courtesy of designer Temperley London V-neck jumpsuit paired with butterfly belt. Outfit by Temperley London.Photo courtesy of designer J. Crew Lace jumpsuit by J. Crew with sheer sleeves and bow detailing on the back.Photo courtesy of designer Gemy Maalouf Wide-leg jumpsuit by Gemy Maalouf featuring a halter neckline and bow belt.Photo courtesy of designer Delphine Manivet Silk and cotton velvet 20’s jacket featuring panther pattern embroidery, fox shawl collar and cuffs, paired with jogger pants cut from quilted cotton jersey. Outfit by Delphine Manivet.Photo courtesy of designer Antonio Gual for Tulle Brocade jacket with curved lapel and silk damask lining, slim leg pant and silk lamé blouse with mandarin collar. Outfit by Antonio Gual for Tulle New York.Photo courtesy of designer Renata by Mon Cheri Camisole featuring a scoop neckline paired with wide-legged crepe pants and a lace bell jacket with long sleeves. Outfit by Renata by Mon Cheri.Photo courtesy of designer Victoria Kyriakides Lacy tuxedo by Victoria KyriaKides.Photo courtesy of designer Naeem Khan Slim-fitting satin tuxedo by Naeem Khan.Photo courtesy of designer
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Wedding Dress With Pants

A bridal pantsuit is a cool alternative to a traditional dress and a great option for a rehearsal dinner. As such pantsuits are one of the hottest 2014 trends, many designers presented one or more models in their collection, so you will find any style and any material you like. Minimalist plain white pantsuits with geometric cuts and shapes are the most popular option because they look really striking and attract attention, just add some gold accessories, and you’ll look fantastic! If you are looking for something more feminine, I’d advise you a lace pantsuit or at least a lace top. Peplum tops are very feminine and you can choose this idea to combine with narrow pants. There are models with a skirt or half-skirt on the pants or aback, which hint on a dress and create a soft and original image. Add accessories according to the season – a fur wrap or peep toe high heels and rock your pantsuit!
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Wedding Dress With Pants

A bridal pantsuit is a cool alternative to a traditional dress and a great option for a rehearsal dinner. As such pantsuits are one of the hottest 2014 trends, many designers presented one or more models in their collection, so you will find any style and any material you like. Minimalist plain white pantsuits with geometric cuts and shapes are the most popular option because they look really striking and attract attention, just add some gold accessories, and you’ll look fantastic! If you are looking for something more feminine, I’d advise you a lace pantsuit or at least a lace top. Peplum tops are very feminine and you can choose this idea to combine with narrow pants. There are models with a skirt or half-skirt on the pants or aback, which hint on a dress and create a soft and original image. Add accessories according to the season – a fur wrap or peep toe high heels and rock your pantsuit! by Chloe

Wedding Dress With Pants

Wedding Dress With Pants
Wedding Dress With Pants
Wedding Dress With Pants

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