The Duchess Wore White

What will she wear? was the biggest question in everyone’s mind for the royal wedding.
Which designer would win the bid of dressing the Royal Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton?

She kept it under wraps until April 29 when she wedded Prince William. The winner, Alexander McQueen designed by Sarah Burton.

Women are still talking about Kate’s dress. The copycats are coming out of the woodwork. The dress gives me a warm memory of film sirens Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly. Very vintage inspired with all the right makings for the right occasion. Fit for a royal wedding.

Key word when selecting your gown “inspired.” What inspires you? How do you put your own personal touch to such a wonderful occasion without looking like you stepped out of someone else’s scrapbook? Find your own spirit in whatever you choose. Make it your own.

Some ways is to be influenced by one’s own culture. What better time to dig into your family tree and see what your mom wore, your grandmother, great grandmother or someone dear to you. What an honor it would be to the person you get inspired by but definitely an inspiration.

We wanted to highlight some of the new finds in the Spanish culture and their use of color, texture from the runway.
Devota and Lomba showed us some simple classics that made a girl feel pretty.

Pol Nunez gave us the modern siren sexy.
Isabel Zapardiez definitely gave us a taste of liquid love.
Whatever your flavor do so in style and good taste.
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