Victorian Era Style

Victorian Era Style
The Victorian age was full of glorious details and elegant style. Make your next wedding Victorian. Be the guest in vintage style with these lookbook combinations of romantic design. The Victorian era style still carried the aristocracy. Beauty fell through the cracks into every element of society. Take a walk down history lane and imagine yourself in one of these lovely combinations. 

Peachy Keen

A peach dress has the effortless quality of purity and femininity. You should have a dress that pops. Choose a pretty peachy dress like this bustled long fairy dress. Made with gathered tulle and romantic rosettes. A necklace with stone vintage elements will make the perfect match. This beaut is perfect for a second wedding or bridesmaid too!
Peachy Keen
Peachy Keen

Maiden or Matron

Playing the dowager or you want to be regal and refined? Don’t forget that a Victorian era style is prime for elegance. Embroidered chiffon and threaded lace at the throat and wrists will make that Victorian era style excite. Keep it baroque with a vintage statement necklace. The Victorians were all about the decadent jewelry.
 Maiden or Matron
Maiden or Matron

Lacy Lady

Lace seems to come full circle in every era trend. Victorian era style is no exception. Look for Victorian design in layered lace or a full peek-a-boo lace ensemble. Choose jewelry that is elegant and delicate. Nothing too gaudy or undefined. A traditional diamond polki earring is high on our list for this look.
Lacy Lady
 Lacy Lady

Pink and Perfect

Pink has never ceased to excite. For true Victorian era style, don’t forget to wear something feminine. Pink is a fine and fancy way of creating a feminine air. Take an embroidered or lace style to make this look truly exalt. With something simple, you can let the decadence of the Victorian style era shine through. A beautiful baroque drop earring is a fine option.
Victorian Era Style
Pink and Perfect
Pink and Perfect
No one said you wouldn’t need to remember Victorian era style dresses. While weddings are becoming increasingly debonair with DIY and themed elements, we expect these styles to take the world by storm. If not, they have certainly taken our hearts.

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