Timeless elegance. Classic sophistication with a contemporary flair. All found in this Greco Roman inspired style for the modern bride. It’s a look that evokes the iconic era of Greece and Rome but does so with a blend of youthful accessories and trendy beauty finds. The result is a stunning yet fresh “goddess look” for today’s bride. How to pull off this style? Read on. We’ve assembled some dazzling elements to help you do just that!
Timeless + Trendy Elements to Create a Greco Roman Bridal Style
The showpiece of this look has got to be your wedding gown (1). A perfect example is this exquisite figure-hugging sheath with fabric draped and twisted to flow from the single shoulder to a soft train—a creation of Italian designer Antonio Riva.
On your wrist, wear a striking statement piece like this Arboreta Bracelet (2) with 14k gold-plated petals, glass pearls and Swarovski crystals. To evoke a classic headpiece of olive leaves, don this Midsummer Circlet (4) featuring tiny enamel flowers accented by clear and topaz Swarovski crystals. And on your feet, champagne-colored stiletto sandals (3) encrusted with crystals from Sergio Rossi.
Complete your bridal jewelry with these Tri-Tone Tiered Chandelier Earrings (5) in 14k white, yellow and rose gold, and a dazzling Greco-Roman inspired ring (6) with a marquise-cut diamond from the Christopher Duquet vintage collection.
Finally, finish your look with glamorous yet understated cosmetics. Flash a bit of glitz on your fingernails with Delicate Champagne Holographic Nail Polish (7) from the ILNP I See You line. And for perfect wedding-photo smiles, choose Estee Lauder Pure Color Envy Hi-Lustre Light Sculpting Lipstick (8) in ‘nude reveal.’
What an image you will make as you walk down the aisle in this Greco-Roman inspired bridal ensemble! We’d love to hear your thoughts on it in the comments below.
3 – Stiletto sandals – Sergio Rossi
4 – Headpiece – BHLDN
5 – Earrings – Macy’s
6 – Ring – Christopher Duquet
7 – Nail polish – Amazon
8 – Lipstick – Macy’s
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