Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Wedding Wednesday: Tip of the Week

Courtesy of "Ask Martha" from Martha Stewart Weddings...

Accessorize your hair for your wedding with a statement hair piece like a Fascinator. "Ask Martha" explains what exactly a fascinator is and how it can be the perfect pairing for your hair-do!

"Bigger than a barrette, a fascinator is a hair accessory that's worn to the side and is often made of feathers, flowers, or wisps of fabric. The fun, fanciful ornament is often embellished with crystals, beads, or loops of ribbon, and attaches via a comb or headband; some have a small , stiff, flat base that can be secured with bobby pins. Headpiece designer Maria Elena says, "A delicate fascinator allows a bride to embrace her femininity," but its look can be surprisingly versatile: It's especially striking when worn with a sleek updo, and romantic on soft waves - try it with the hair swept to one side and the hairpiece placed on the other. If you're pairing one with a veil, choose a birdcage style (nose or chin length) made of wide French netting and place the piece on top."

Check out the DG Boutique for some great fascinator options, and take advantage of our special offer: 20% off your order using the coupon code Dream20 (valid until May 9th).

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