There is a British saying that brides should wear something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a sixpence in their shoes on their wedding day. We selected a few ideas to help you embrace this tradition.
Georges Hobeika does eyecatching evening wear and memorable wedding gowns. A brand-new and unique dress is in most brides’ dreams.
There’s nothing better than wearing your old fragrance to your big day. Spray your favourite scent to help you carry your old self with you on this new phase of your life. Is Chanel N° 5 your trademark smell?
A heirloom piece of jewellery borrowed from your mum or grandma’s collection is the perfect delicate touch to your outfit. This Pragnell Vintage from FARFETCH’s pre-owned selection is a platinum Edwardian pearl and diamond pendant necklace.
When it comes to something blue, the options are vast, from a hairpiece to your shoes. However, if you want something more discreet, look for a piece of jewellery that shows off your style, maybe these not-sosubtle Fabergé earrings?
A bride should place a sixpence coin in her left shoe before walking down the aisle for good luck, longevity and prosperity. If you embrace this tradition, a closed pair like these from Malone Souliers is the best option.