The bride and groom's looks were inspired by the Art Nouveau sensibility and the neutral colors of the determined palette. Fashion stylist Jacqueline Weppner of Merci New York was drawn to this Peter Langer dress for the bride because of the strong drape and romantic shape which were common in the period, yet she focused on keeping the look current for the modern day. As with most period-inspired styling, Jacqueline was careful not to become consumed with literal details that make an inspired look too costumed and "overdone." Juxtaposed with the classic draping, the frontal ruching played with the bride's metallic netted headpiece to create a very modern look. Jacqueline added a Colette Malouf hairpin to the back of the dress to balance the metallics of the headband and to draw the eye to the beautiful back draping of the gown. The bride's entire look is available at Kleinfeld.
For him, Jacqueline continued the modern-classic balance. Keeping the in-the-now hair, current spread-collar tuxedo shirt and trim cut pant, the groom plays the inspired role with a custom-cut white dinner jacket and coordinated furnishings from Kleinfeld Men. The festive pocket square hints at the aqua blue tones of the color story and decor and echoes the whimsy of the Nouveau influenced boutonniere.
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Published on Aug 20, 2010
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