V23: Expert Style Tips - Top Winter Bridal Looks by Mark Ingram Bridal Atelier

Expert Style Tips

Mark Ingram Bridal Atelier

MARK INGRAM BRIDAL ATELIER Mark Ingram’s lifelong career in the fashion industry led to the opening of Mark Ingram Bridal Atelier and Mark Ingram Atelier2. A frequent fashion commentator on television, in print magazines and online, Mark loves to share his passion for weddings and style.

Mark Ingram not only has one of the best gown offerings at his atelier, he also has a team of top-notch professionals that helps you find the dress of your dreams. I love that he keeps his standards high and doesn’t overstuff his racks with so-so designers. His taste, partnered with his great personality, makes your experience a dream. - CECI JOHNSON

Top Winter Bridal Looks by Mark Ingram:

  1. Shrug: A shrug adds retro glamour but is also practical for the season. Nothing is more glamorous than Oscar de la Renta.

  2. Coat: A sheer, long-sleeve lace coat won’t really keep you warm but makes for a beautifully dramatic effect for a winter wedding. I love this metallic, sheer-lace coat by Monique Lhuillier.

  3. Color: More and more designers are showing daring, rich shades. I love this gown by Vera Wang for its use of lavender, gray and charcoal. It is perfect for a wedding in the snow-topped mountains. For those afraid of color, we also have this in ivory at the Atelier. Tulle in any color, ivory or silk white is always a fabulous winter fabric - like clouds of snow!

  4. Beads: Nothing shines and shimmers on a winter night like an all-over icy beaded gown. This style from Jenny Packham would look beautiful reflecting off freshly fallen snow.

  5. Embroidery: Silver embroidery and a delicate on-the-shoulder neckline is a divine look for winter. This Carolina Herrera gown combines icicle-like embroidery on a winter-white gown.

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