Lovely in LACE

Putting A Modern Spin On A Timelessly Feminine Fabric



Lace Wedding Gown

Lace was once considered a symbol of affluence since only the wealthy could afford such a prestigious material. Queen Victoria popularized the fabric by wearing lace trim on her wedding gown, and soon the tradition stuck. The intricate material still has a vintage appeal, but these aren’t your grandmother’s lace wedding gowns. Designers are freshening the concept by adding appliqués and soft layers for a modern glamour. Today lace continues to be adored for its peek-a-boo quality, a mix of modesty, sensuality and pure femininity.

Credits:
Styling: Pamela Hopkins

Photography: Jim Pile and Mike Mercker

Model: Jennifer Goldman provided by
Evie Mansfield Modeling & Talent Agency,
757-340- 4613,
www.EvieMansfield.com

Hair and Makeup:
Rachael Fleshman from Salon Mosaic,
Virginia Beach,
757-427-0200,
www.2Mosaic.us

Jewelry: Provided by
Either Ore Jewelers Strawbridge,
Virginia Beach,
757-430-8116,
www.Either-Ore-Jewelers-Strawbridge.Myshopify.com

Gowns: Provided by
Maya Couture Bridal Salon,
Norfolk, 757-461-1690,
www.MayaCouture.com;

Maya Couture on Main,
Suffolk, 757-935-5360,
www.MayaCoutureOnMain.com;

Pure English, La Promenade Shoppes,
Virginia Beach,
757-631-9810,
PureEnglishBridal.com

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