|Color scheme inspiration starting point, lovely 1930's pin....|
|assorted candy colored accessories-powder blue gloves, pistachio slingbacks, pink heels and a minty green fascinator...|
|vintage lace, organza and eyelet...|
|Margarita green silk organza 50's party dress|
|French blue and lilac 50's lace party dress, waist 24".|
|1960's lipstick pink with white lace overlay sheath dress, waist 26".|
|Pagoda print fit and flare drop waist cotton dress from the 50's by mode o'day...waist 24"|
|Pistachio linen 1930's eyelet dress....waist 26"...|
|Wonderful 1950's navy on pale pink Lucille Ball party dress, waist 31"|
|Pink, Navy and periwinkle sheer cotton floral....|
|1940's sheer cotton floral print...|
|1950's Coro iridescent fan necklace. 68.|
I think dressing a bridal party in mismatched yet harmonious colors looks so much better-so much more organic and natural....like an impressionist painting! Less sports team more Monet.
There are things all around to base a palette on. For instance, today I picked up this lovely little vintage brooch. I'm guessing the pin is from the 30's, maybe 40's. I loved the soft luminous color scheme. A pistachio green, regency blue and soft pink. From there I kept finding things in those colors--gloves, shoes, dresses....all pieces that would all look so great mixed and matched together.
At Xtabay we have hundreds of wonderful dresses to outfit a bridal party, and so many beautiful treasures to get inspired by. Come in and we can help you pick out a color scheme!
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