Posts in the 'jackets' Category
So, this cold front, you guys. It’s cold, isn’t it? I swear I moved to Texas to try to get away from the cold, but it’s following me. And what are you supposed to do if one of these jerk cold fronts come in just in time for what you thought was going to be a temperate autumn wedding? Well, you get a rad cover-up, that’s what. Sure, jackets or nice sweaters can be an investment — but it’s just that: An investment. If you spend a little money on a good piece, then it should last a while. And whenever you wear it, you’ll likely think back to your wedding, which is like a double-plus bonus. So for this Five for Friday, I hunted down five smokin’ hot jackets, coats and sweaters to keep you looking cool on your wedding day and all these beauties clock in at under $120.
Classic blazer. Not-so-classic cut. This would be so great with a ballgown or A-line dress. Bonus if the dress has a ton of sparklez.
A cape, you guys. A CAPE.
Going for an Old Hollywood feel on your wedding day? Channel the glamour pusses of Tinsel Town and rock this bad boy.
Who said you have to wear white? If red is part of your color scheme, don this gorgeous number for some outdoors shots.Visibility Oak Jacket, $69.99 at ModCloth
You know you’d feel like a total badass rocking a moto jacket with your gorgeous dress. I mean, come on.
How are you planning on staying warm during your wedding, all you winter BABs out there?
Winter brides still want to look beautiful while staying warm, right? This week we’re focusing on beautiful lace boleros, shrugs, and capelets for brides who choose to say “I do” in colder temperatures. We’re using the BHLDN first light capelet, which sells for $150, as our “Can’t Afford It” ideal. Our alternatives will cost under $100.
CAN’T AFFORD IT
GET OVER IT
Ivory Short Sleeve Lace Wedding Bolero Jacket Shrug ($49.99 at Alex Bridal via Etsy)
Short Sleeve Tulle Jacket with Lace Embroidery ($99 at David’s Bridal)
Short Sleeve Lace Jacket ($79 at David’s Bridal)
Sweeping Waltz Capelet ($48.99 at Ruche)
Mandarin Collar Lace Bolero ($69.99 at Tulip Bridal)
Admittedly, a little lace won’t keep you warm. But it’s pretty… and pretty necessary in the winter. Any BABs out there find a super cute coverlet they’d like to share? (P.S. Send your “CAI/GOI” requests to firstname.lastname@example.org!)