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OF THE HEART A diamond ring captures the eye and the imagination, but it is also the key to the heart.

As we pare back our weddings in lieu of a more casual, laid-back affair, our hairdos are following suit.



atters of the heart always deserve exceptional care and quality and bespoke diamond jewellery creator Polished Diamonds is an expert when it comes to delivering both. Working at the highest quality point with very competitive pricing and a lifetime guarantee, Dan and his team are turning exquisite and designer dreams into tangible reality. They live and breathe their stunning range of diamonds and other precious stones they can fashion into lifelong keepsakes that transcend generations. Perfection and precision is the goal when bringing a concept to fruition using a state-of-the-art CAD system. Polished Diamonds is also an expert at repairs and remodels of ladies rings. The team can reinvent an existing heirloom piece, guiding it through a metamorphosis so that it can be contemporised and worn by a new generation. Explore the priceless possibilities online at or at the sumptuous Polished Diamonds boutique in fashionable New Regent Street.

Shaggy boho First there was the au natural make up look, now letting your hair hang foot loose and fancy free for the big day is the next big thing. There are lots of variations on this look; add in a braid, pull some hair back, create some curls and, better yet, get your flower power on. So if you like the more natural look and you want to show off your long locks, this is the style for you. The best part? There’s no fuss and no serious styling.


Messy up-do While the classic up-do is not only practical, it completes a delicate bridal look better than any other hairstyle type. But today’s up-dos don’t have to maintain the structure of the traditional look. Loose, relaxed and perhaps even a little messy is the way to do the up-do this year, with flowers such as the ever-popular baby’s breath completing the look.

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