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WFML New York Fashion Week Hepburnesque lineNew York Fashion Week is an extremely exciting time for fashion designers, models, and enthusiastic viewers alike. The semi-annual fashion show is held once in February and once again in September. This also is held in the same regard and esteem as fashion weeks in Paris, Milan, and London. New York Fashion Week is a huge event where international collections are displayed and showcased for the press, potential buyers, and the public at large. It is a massive opportunity for fashion designers to proudly show off their best designs to the world in hopes that someone will take notice.

bridesmaids dress trends: mismatcehd gownsBridesmaid’s dresses have come a long way in recent years. No longer are brides choosing matching and possibly hideous dresses for the bridal party to wear. Instead, the trend recently turned to mismatched gowns for the bridesmaids, making it possible for everyone to have the colour they love. At When Freddie met Lilly, the Brisbane designers realize how important it is for not only the bride to look amazing but the bridesmaids as well. There are a few style rules that you will want to follow when choosing mismatched gowns however. Read on below for a few of them.

Keep the Length the Same for Mismatched Gowns

Everyone has seen the wedding pictures with the bridesmaid’s wearing different styles of dress. At When Freddie met Lilly, the Brisbane designers recommend that while you can go with different styles and different colours, it is best to at least go with the dresses being one length. When your hems are mixed, it makes it hard to establish a cohesive look across the bridal party. For example, style wise, you can go with an antique blue Milla Maxi or a silver Milla Maxi, or of course, any of the amazing colours that are an option, but you need to keep them the same length in order to pull it off.

find the perfect wedding suitEvery guy knows that when it comes to the wedding it’s all about the bride. Since you love her so much, you really don’t have a problem with that. The problem you will have is if you show up at the wedding, not wearing the proper wedding suit. Of course, that can be easily remedied by consulting the Brisbane designers at When Freddie met Lilly and letting them help you choose the best wedding suit a man could ask for. Until then, read on below for some tips on how to find the perfect wedding suit to meet your needs.

Always Purchase, Never Rent

Not only do you not know where a rented suit has been, it’s not the best way to spend your hard-earned money. Rented suits never fit right and you will regret not buying one for your big day later on down the road. Buying your suit, shows her how important she really is and lets her know you want to cherish every memory of her becoming your wife.

tips for the perfect vintage weddingPulling off the perfect vintage wedding is more than choosing a century’s old dress and a classic vintage hairdo. The Brisbane designers at When Freddie met Lilly know what it takes to pull off an excellent vintage wedding and are willing to help meet your clothing and accessory needs. With that being said, read on below for some tips for throwing a vintage wedding that your friends will be talking about for years to come.

Find a Vintage Style You Love

The first place to start is by finding a vintage style that you love. At When Freddie met Lilly there are quite a few vintage styles to choose from, such as Sophie and Marie. It is best to do your research carefully and make sure the style you choose is sold by a reputable Brisbane designer. The best way to do this is by reading reviews and doing proper research before you make a final decision.

perfect wedding dress when freddie met lillyEvery woman has sat and daydreamed about walking down the aisle in the perfect wedding dress on more than one occasion. The Brisbane designers at When Freddie met Lilly know this and work hard to bring the bride the best quality wedding dresses on the market today. Your biggest concern when searching for a wedding dress should be whether you want to go with straps or no straps.

Many brides become bogged down in the choosing of their wedding dress and can’t make up their minds whether to go strapped or strapless. Read on below for some tips on how to make that decision.

Take Your Body Shape into Consideration

The first thing you will need to do is take your body shape into consideration. If you are top heavy, then you might want to go with a strapped dress such as the Maya Gown from When Freddie met Lilly. Being top heavy can pull the dress down and you don’t want that on the most important day of your life.

tips for choosing navy blue bridesmaids dresses When Freddie met LIllyYou have probably already found the perfect dress at When Freddie met Lilly for your wedding, now it’s time to choose the perfect navy blue bridesmaids dresses for the girls who are closest to you. When it comes to choosing bridesmaids dresses, you don’t want a poorly coordinated bridal party, because it takes away from your wedding dress and makes the wedding party look disorganized. Below find some tips for choosing the perfect dresses for the bridesmaids you have chosen to attend you on the biggest, most exciting day of your life from the best Brisbane designers around.

Pick an Element that Ties it All Together

The worst thing about some dresses for bridesmaids is the fact that they none resemble the other. It’s important to choose one unifying element about the dresses and tie the entire bridal party together. Whether it’s that they are all strapless, a fun shrug or bolero or even the color, something should make them all come together. This is where the navy blue bridesmaid’s dresses from When Freddie met Lilly will serve their purpose, as you can go with a common theme and decide what style suits your bridesmaids the best as well.

wedding veil when freddie met lillyA wedding veil is an iconic wedding accessory that a bride can get in many different styles, colours, and lengths. You can choose from short, medium, or long and have the option of choosing beaded, lace, or any other number of choices. At When Freddie met Lilly, the veils come in every style under the rainbow with exquisite lace and beadwork that will suit any blushing bride to a tee. With that being said, make sure that you check out the Brisbane designer’s site to look at the many choices today. Now, read on below for some tips to help you choose the right wedding veil to complement your wedding gown.

Find the Right Length for Your Wedding Veil

To find the right veil to match your wedding dress, you first need to consider the length of the wedding veil. It is best to try out a variety of different options, when you go for your first fitting. Twirl around, try on different lengths, and ask the advice of the professionals at When Freddie met Lilly. Short veils, like our Catherine Veil tend to give you a more informal edge to your look, while longer wedding veils, for example our Donna Veil with Waterlilly french lace, are more traditional and formal looking.

belle collection when freddie met lillyAll of us at When Freddie met Lilly are excited for our Belle Collection Launch that is now only a few weeks away!

The Belle Collection of bridal and evening wear features stunning new designs from our Brisbane based designers with stunning embellishments, delicate silhouettes and intricate details. The collections overall style brings out a woman’s feminine yet strong personality and character.

The Belle Collection launch is scheduled for Thursday, the 27th of August 2015 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm. It will be launched exclusively at the Bardon showroom and will feature two runway shows- one each showcasing the bridal wear and the evening wear outfits in the collection.

Belle Collection: More choice for the lucky brides

Sourced, assembled and designed in the city of Brisbane using fabrics of an extremely high quality and intricate detailing techniques, When Freddie met Lilly is an all time favourite for fashionable and exclusive pieces that leave a big impression. Stylish brides to be are lucky to have more of a choice in the selection of their dream wedding dress with the new Bella collection launch.

wedding dresse throughout the ages - when freddie met lillyHave you ever rifled through your grandmothers attic, pulled out her exquisite vintage gown and marvelled at its beauty? Or laughed out at the over the top design of your mothers’ bridal outfit while looking at her wedding album? Do you dream about your wedding outfit-whether you will wed in white or be bold in colour?

We, at When Freddie met Lilly, have decided to take a trip down memory lane and look at wedding dresses throughout the ages – what trends have stayed and what designs are coming back in style!

Vintage Wedding Gowns

Vintage wedding gowns are seen in all Elizabethan movies, and flapper hat cloches were very popular amongst brides. Bodices became loose and free flowing as new found womanhood was embraced. Think of Keira Knightly in the movie The Duchess and her grandiose wedding dress with the bows which probably reflected choices made for others for the Duchess of Devonshire! The Angelique Gown from Brisbane designers When Freddie met Lilly reflects this vintage trend with an edgy touch.

wedding dresses with tulle_when freddie met lillyEach bride awaits her own fairytale moment to make her princess dreams come true on her wedding day. Romantic wedding dresses with tulle add a kind of romance and glamour that makes every bride the epitome of bridal beauty as they clasp the arm of their beloved to walk together into a new life!

The tulle wedding dresses from Brisbane designers When Freddie met Lilly are designed for brides to feel ethereal, elegant and the most beautiful person in the eyes of their loved ones and family members.

The light and exquisite tulle comes together with classic silhouettes to create gorgeous romantic wedding dresses that will make every father tear up while giving away his cherished daughter’s hand to her prince in waiting at the altar!