Tamsin and Alex are a little bit cool. Actually scrap that, they’re super cool. I mean a bride and groom who performs Pulp Fiction inspired choreography for their first dance has serious style points in my book and we haven’t even gotten started on their Lobster Shack wedding venue in the super pretty Whitstable.
Tamsin looks beautiful in her Alice Temperley frock and colour pop headpiece and Alex looks like a dapper dan in his light blue Suitsupply garb. All the action was captured magnificently by Dale Weeks.
That is what I think every time I see a Temperley gown. And it’s the one bridal designer I failed to investigate during my mission to find “THE W-day dress”.
Whenever we visit a show it’s the label that makes me go all a bit ga ga. The label that I would even risk being a bit naughty for and maybe pretend I wasn’t married…. just so I could go try one on.
The fabrics and the cut are truly beautiful, the designs are contemporary whilst maintaining a timeless elegance and they cater for everyone’s style from the bohemian princess to the catwalk queen…..
I so would.
And they have recently added some new numbers to their delicious repertoire, meaning there’s even more reason to go and have a peeky for yourselves.
The Dahlia: If you have seen the campaign then this is the frock you would have spied first. The attention to detail in terms of applique and embroidery is out-of-this-world. Oh and if someone wants to lend me a sample I will hang out in a big window all day a la the model just because…. well, you just would wouldn’t you?
The Goddess: Appropriately named indeed. I’m thinking Angelina Jolie in the film Alexander, gorgeous, glamorous and gladiator-esque. Whatever it reminds you of it sure is sexy as hell.
The Chamelia: A touch of whimsy and a whole bunch of bohemia, I can imagine this layered lovely being swished down the aisle in an outrageously pretty outdoor ceremony.
The Chloe: Understated chic and feminine drapery, this modern number would be complete perfection at both a city soiree and a back-yard BBQ. Wear as per the campaign with an elegant up-do to make the most of the folds and fancy.
The Lillian: This might be my favourite. It’s the combination of a high neckline that is almost completely transparent and the uber flattering shape. Both demure and a wee bit daring at the same time.
The Fashion Icons: If it’s Madam Middleton or Madam Kelly that you admire in terms of W-day style then the Jessamine (left) or the aptly named Grace are worth a butchers. And right now I can’t resist a ruddy lace sleeve….. Love.
The Temperley Classics: I desperately want to feature a big day where the bride is wearing the delectable dragon gown (left), it’s the ideal combo of fairytale meets red carpet. And the Honeysuckle. I worship at the puddle train of the Honeysuckle.
So then lovelies, which one would you like to run around in the sunshine in?
And do we have any Temperley brides amongst you gorgeous lot already?