The Jewish Chronicle - JC Magazine - - Brides Gossip -

Marc Les­lie, Dizzy Lizzie, Pri­vate Label, En­zoini, My Lady, Mori Lee, Ron­ald Joyce, Sot­tero Mid­g­ley and Los­ners’ own in-house de­signer, Ricky Sum­mer. TAILS YOU WIN The first ques­tion asked af­ter any wed­ding is “What did the bride look like?” but Tux ’n’ Tails will put the groom back into the spot­light. The St Al­bans menswear spe­cial­ist has launched a col­lec­tion of slim-fit and tai­lored suits in a light­weight cloth with sum­mery pas­tel ac­ces­sories.

Morn­ing tails are still the most pop­u­lar for the big day and the new French Navy col­lec­tion of­fers both a tail­coat and slim-fit tai­lored jacket.

Ex­clu­sively launch­ing this spring at Tux ‘n’ Tails is the celebrity de­signer for David Beck­ham and Mark Wright, with made-tomea­sure suits or a cap­sule range off the peg. LOVE LACE Lace rules for 2013 brides, says cou­turière Louise Marie of Radlett. This can be any­thing from full lace dresses to del­i­cate lace ap­pliqués. “There is also a trend to­wards straps and cap sleeves, of­ten in lace, al­though strap­less is still very pop­u­lar — and we are see­ing a lot of dresses in tulle, from full tra­di­tional dresses to fit­ted dresses us­ing the tulle to soften the line,” says Louise Marie.

At Marsh­mal­low Bride, in St Al­bans, the Wil­low range uses lace from Italy and Spain and duchess satins from Paris. Ac­ces­sorise with Marsh­mal­low’s tiaras, side­bands, combs, hair-vines, veils belts and shoes.

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