So here we are again lovely readers and I hope that you first week of the New Year has been all kinds of brilliant. Now I know these first few days back after the joys of the holidays can be a bit tough so today, we’re here to bring you some much needed beauty and sparkle. Our wonderful friends at the multi-award winning accessories retailer Liberty in Love are here to share their picks of the best bridal accessories for 2017. This is going to brighten your day for sure…
I must admit that I have a definite soft spot for Liberty in Love and their wonderful selection of bridal accessories. Their edit includes fabulous wedding hair accessories, classically elegant jewellery, shoes from the best designers including Harriet Wilde, Charlotte Mills and Freya Rose, veils, lingerie, bridal cover-ups, bags, gifts and so much more. I love the combination of established brands, independent artisans, the best new names and… oh my goodness, talk about the agony of choice! So, let’s hand over to the lady behind Liberty in Love, the amazing Siu Coll, for her stylish recommendations for the coming year:
Intricate headpieces worn at the back of the hair
“One wedding hair accessory that I simply cannot get enough of right now is the headpiece that’s worn at the back of hair. One of our favourite designers, Halo and Co, has introduced a number of these styles into their bridal collection this season, and they’re stunning. With one of these gracing your beautiful up-do, I promise that you’ll have the most captivating detail on view as you walk down the aisle!”
“Whether you opt for a cascading veil or not, these headpieces will complement your key bridal moment perfectly. And because the detail is at the back, you can top off your look with some eye-catching earrings to give a 360 degree accessorised view, without it appearing too much.”
“The Anna silvered crystal headpiece (£155), Luna silver buds headpiece (£285) and Cello curve of gemstones headpiece (£265), by designer Halo and Co, are both at once delicate and captivatingly striking. They’re totally beautiful and we love them so. They’re also rigid in design rather than flexible and hair vine-like, so have a slightly more formal-yet-artful air about them.”
Gold and rose gold bridal accessories
“I’m so glad that the gilded look is truly coming to the fore in 2017. We’ve introduced more and more gold-toned pieces to our collection over the past couple of years, and our ‘Gilded in gold’ collection now includes 100 pieces in glimmering gold or beautiful rose gold tones.”
“It’s tricky to pick out favourites from so many beautiful options, but the Pandora crystal floral gold comb by Halo and Co, pictured below (£150) and Sahara floral champagne shoes (£200) by Harriet Wilde exude stunning craftsmanship that will stand the test of time. I can imagine the Pandora crystal floral gold comb being passed to a daughter or beloved niece to be worn again on her own big day.”
“Or, for a simple hint of rose gold, our Aurora rose gold drop earrings, below (£40) give a classic touch of sparkle.”
Celebrating your own style
“Being ‘bridal beautiful’ is all about presenting the best ‘big day’ version of yourself. To that end, I especially LOVE wedding accessories that are a teeny bit different or those that are especially flattering.”
“For the unique, the Sleeping lily hand bracelet (£120) by Ben-Amun has a Deco style that is both enduring yet eye-catching. Also, the Pandora backdrop necklace (available in silver, gold and rose gold – £56-75) is the perfect accessory for showing off a deep V back dress.”
“And accessories that are especially flattering? Our secret weapon has to be the feather cover-up. They’re not just glamorous and practical in these chillier months, they give the most beautiful silhouette (without covering up your dress too much), no matter what your shape or size.”
Thank you so much Siu, I know that there’s so much there’s that I love at Liberty in Love. Rose gold is most certainly high on my list for 2017 and I really adore Ben-Amun’s designs for a really individual bridal look.
So, if you’d like to put yourself at the forefront of bridal style this year, then you absolutely should hop on over to Liberty in Love right now. Just make sure you’ve got time to browse because there’s LOTS to enjoy.
To find out more about the Liberty in Love collection, do take a look at their website (and don’t miss their gorgeous blog either!). Liberty in Love are based in leafy Cheshire but ship right around the world and prices start at £15 for hair accessories, £20 for items of jewellery, £65 for shoes, £19 for veils. Wedding dress belts range from £60 to £165 and lingerie is available from £39 to £159.
To keep up to date with the latest news and additions to the Liberty in Love collections, why not follow Siu and the team on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter? If you’d like any advice or assistance in choosing your accessories, just get in touch via this page or send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org
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