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For a modern and charming wedding, opt for one thatâ€™s peppered with Chevron patterns. The angular pattern is a nice departure from plain straight lines, and instantly gives an edge--quite literally--to any affair. You may create subtle impact by incorporating the pattern into small details, or go bold by making the pattern a focal point in various elements. To complement the Chevron-printed pieces and add variety to your decor, use textured objects that reflect angular shapes as well. Delicate colors--like lavender, purple, and powder blue--offer beautiful contrast to the edgy Chevron design. Pulling off a Chevron-inspired ensemble is easier than you may think. Opt for a gown with an uneven hemline or pleated details, which mirror the lines of the pattern.
Channel Chevron on your big day through a dress with a handkerchief skirt. The uneven hem adds drama to the ensemble, making it an apt selection for the fun, fearless, yet romantic bride.
The V-shape is the fundamental component of Chevron. A neckline with a dip--like a V or a sweetheart--not only captures the essence of this pattern, but it also adds a classic touch to the ensemble.
A pair of pointy pumps can complement a chevron-themed ensemble. To add personality to the look, play with different textures and finishes, like suede and metal.
Overlapping lines can subtly mirror the chevronâ€™s modern feel. Channel sophistication through accessories with woven designs in lace or silk fabric.
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