I can finally reveal what has been cooking at the Something Blue Lebanon boutique store.
Cynthia the owner of Something Blue contacted me last month and asked me to take part in a BloggersXSomethingBlue collaboration, which I was so excited about and was definitely in. (if you don’t know Cynthia’s Something Blue bridal boutique, check my post from its opening night by clicking here).
Cynthia Nakhle, Something Blue’s owner personally attends all appointments to help brides find their dream wedding dress. Offering all brides in the region something different, she says, “We believe that shopping for a bridal gown should be a memorable milestone in every bride’s wedding planning journey and we promise to offer an unforgettable experience. We invite all future brides to step in our home, and let us pamper and guide you in discovering what is best for you, play dress up and leave feeling like you have the best time and bought the best dress.”
Something Blue offers amazing wedding dresses that are fit for the Modern and Fashionable Brides, where every dress is unique and has its own personality and style. So do the Bloggers, although we all have something in common, our undeniable love for fashion, we still are very different and unique.
Every Blogger had to choose a dress that best describes her style and suits her body type, then we had to style it by adding accessories to complete the whole look.
The photoshoot was done at the Something Blue Boutique in Mar Mkhael and shot by the very talented Mokhtar Beyrouth (it was the first time that I ever worked with him, but he was very easy going and made me very comfortable throughout the whole shoot).
The Dress that I chose was by the Designer Elizabeth Fillmore and it goes by the name TULLAH. It slightly different than your typical bridal gown where you don’t have so much layers of fabric, but instead you have an amazing feminine silhouette that hugs your body in all the right places. This dress has amazing draping details that move beautifully as you move with it. Since the dress is very simple and elegant, I decided to go for complete different approach and instead of adorning my hair with a headpiece or a veil, I went for a Flower Crown. The Makeup was super neutral and soft, a tutorial is coming soon where I’ll show all the products I used to achieve this look.
For the Behind the scenes photos check my previous post through this link (here)
I hope you really liked the photos, and don’t forget to check all the links at the end of the post. (scroll down)
My group of Bloggers, from left to right: Me, Cynthia Nakhle, Karla from Style Concierge
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