MY BRIDAL LOOK: WEDDING BREAKFAST, MALDIVES
Russian /Brazilian weddings are never just one day, so the next day we continued the celebration from dawn to dusk!
For my bridal breakfast, I wore a dress from Maria Lucia Hohan, part of a stunning bridal collection I discovered at 202 boutique in Notting Hill. My second wedding dress was a metallic mousse line Alix dress with lace inserts around the skirt and over the cleavage, which also cover the bodice. The back has flattering cutouts and the skirt pleats give it volume and lightness.
My bridal Borla feather earrings with pearl tassels in 22 carat rose gold plating are by Outhouse Jewellery. It has a removable borla top which can be worn independently for a minimal look, and together to make a statement. I finished the look with my wonderful ambien family wedding gift – a Ballon Bleu de Cartier watch with a white leather strap. Floating like a balloon and as blue as the sapphire safely nestled in its side, the Ballon Bleu watch by Cartier adds a dash of elegance to my wrist.
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DRESS BY MARIA LUCIA HOHAN
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