My Cousin’s Style Guide for Brides

Hey Ya’ll,

If you or someone you know is currently in the throes of planning a wedding, you know that it requires going to a lot of meetings, doing a bunch of shopping and making tons of tough, on-the-spot decisions. With that said, it’s important to maintain a firm grip on your unique personal style and design aesthetic throughout the entire planning process. Otherwise, you can easily lose sight of your initial vision and end up with a wedding that’s not the perfect reflection of your style you dreamed it would be.

Take my cousin Stacy Adams, for example, she’s a buyer for Neiman Marcus as well as a beautiful bride-to-be. She’s keeping a blog on this very topic: the pursuit of style while planning for your big day! In fact, she even mentions moi in one of her posts (see “Wedding-Planner Dinner in San Diego” post above). If you’re interested, here’s the link to her blog:

Do you have a go-to outfit for wedding planning appointments and meetings? What about a great pair of shoes for running around town or a fantastic, go-anywhere jacket? Let me know in the comment section below. Or better yet, post a photo or link to your beloved style item on Pinterest!

3 thoughts on “My Cousin’s Style Guide for Brides

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