I had in mind that I really wanted to wear some sort of minimal hair fascinator for the wedding, so after coming across these little beauties I obviously had to make some sort of butterfly headband.
Trimmed in glitter, and the exact colour of my dress – it was a perfect match. My crafty afternoon has now turned into many crafty afternoons, as I now want one in every colour. Practice makes perfect!
Let me know if you would like one, girls!I wore a satin pintuck midi dress in a greyish blue (here) that was super flattering due to the pin tucked waist. Stretch satin is also one of my favourite materials.
I wore my go-to silver strappy heels (here) that I always seem to wear, as they’re so comfy and go with absolutely everything. I love them that much I’ve just bought them in metallic pink.I kept my accessories (apart from my headband) nice and simple as it was quite a classy look and would have looked too much otherwise. This meant taking off my 356 silver rings and leaving my moon and star necklace at home. I felt completely bare but it was a must! I chose my mini silver beaded wrist bag to complete my outfit.
Pop back soon for a shopping guide of satin styles to try…