Sasha I’m getting married soon and I am trying to find a nice tea length gown. Can you find me something? L


I generally don’t like answering wedding gown questions because I think buying online is really a bad call for a day as special as this.  But I thought I’d help you with some inspiration; hopefully that way you can get an idea of what you like and what you don’t.   Here we go!

The cut and style that you’re looking for really harkens back to the 1950’s where this silhouette was in full swing.  So L, if you’re looking for a retro conservative feel, then I’ve got two options coming your way.  Click here and here.

How about keeping it vintage but putting a bit of an indie spin to it? If the answer is yes, then embrace your inner Zooey Deschanel and get clicking here and here.

I’m a sucker for a sweetheart neckline and from top to bottom I’m loving this gown.  Everything from the embedded rosettes on the skirt to the pleated ruching on the bodice is pretty perfection.

Now if you like a sweetheart, but you don’t want to expose the goods, then this J Crew dress is the ticket.  The sheath panel still allows for some sexiness to poke through while still keeping things modest.   God, it’s so frothy and creamy and beautiful, I actually can’t stop staring at it. 

If you’re modern kind of chick yet you want a touch of bohemian elegance then please oh please buy this J Mendel.

Finally, if all you really want for your big day is to be tulle’d out to the tits then I’ve got your ass covered – click here and here.

Hope this helps and keep your LIFE + STYLE questions flowing in here.