And here we have the top twenty fashion looks according to the Together Journal Instagram, these are the looks that you, our loyal followers liked the most. Mainly modern and minimal with sleek lines and contemporary silhouettes. Some pops of colour, a nod to shorter lengths for elopements and, you don’t mind a veil or a pair of sunglasses!
Alex discovered @preajames_bridal on Instagram by searching the hashtag #modernbride. The ‘Cara’ gown stood out straight away, plus her cute pink @gucci shoes completed the look. Stefan wears @hugo_official. Shot by @tessfollett. Read the full feature here.
Steph was torn between a classic, simple dress, and something more dramatic. She opted for the best of both from @vinkadesign, with a long detachable train that she could remove for the reception. Owen wears @cranebrothers. Shot by @stephanandnakita See more here.
“My parents convinced me that I needed to give my @roksandailincic dress the outing it deserved, so I swapped into it after lunch and I am so glad I did. The reaction on everyone’s faces, especially Jordan’s, as I walked outside will stay with me forever.” Shot by @anagalloway See more here.
Pink proving to be a popular colour in 2021. Shot by @baylymoore for our issue 22 Floral editorial. Location: @symmetry.studio at @showroom22 /florals Sue at @floralstylist / makeup Carla at @maccosmetics / models @62management @supermgmt / pink gowns @heracouture / necklaces @zoeandmorgan / earrings @ameliegeorgebridal
Modern and dainty. Westney got to design her dream dress with her Aunt. “In the three-month lead-up to our wedding, she poured her heart into sewing the dress, and it was a really special experience for both of us.” Shot by @sapphirestudios___. Read the full feature here.
For the ceremony, Sione wore a traditional black tupenu (lavalava) and a ta’ovala (dress mat), which was handwoven from strips of pandanus leaves by his cousin in Tonga. Tyler chose a bespoke @hayesbridal gown and veil for the ceremony, with a top that could be taken off and worn again. Captured by @stephanandnakita. Read more here.
“I knew I wanted my dress to feel European and have a strong Italian influence. I always saw myself in a mantilla style veil and I basically built my dress around that.” Isabelle’s bespoke gown is from @calechebridal, Photographed by @sebastian_paynter_photo. Read more here.