@MlleFabuleux: Haha, the shop job isn’t too good but its the best I could do in little time hehe, hmm I’d never thought of the fanning sisters, I kinda see it, but I’m not as pinkish if you know what I mean, I don’t tend to get that rosy or have that reddish pigment, I reckon I’m more like Taylor Swift or Amy Adams just in The Wedding Date:
I literally have the SAME skin colour (ok, maybe my skin is a lighter but very similar) and hair colour as Taylor (especially in this photo below) obviously hair gets a little lighter in summer, but apart from my hazel/green eyes, exactly the same. This way you guys can have a better idea .
It’s a very similar colouring to Amy Adams in Wedding Date (different eye colour), and actually most of my friends and family noted that (and the Taylor thing too).
@peonyinparis: The second picture is of a real bride here on wedding bee, I think the photo is quite dark but I’m going to get real bride photos of the three colours (white/ivory/light gold) so that you can see it, will put them up now for you.
@clairebbbear: Hmm, I’m not sure, but I’ll look for some photos for you but you’re right my skin isn’t the warmest haha, I think it’s kinda in between, not sure though.
@adoc86: Haha it is so bad and the photo is terrible but it what the only full body angled photo I could attempt using hahaha. I’m going to try to look for one or try attempting to find clothing in similar colours and post photos of them on here .
@beautifulmama28: Hehe I’m actually wearing a black beret in that photo my hair is golden blond (I’ll try to find a photo that shows it clearly… or take one haha) but I have basically the same colour as Taylor Swift. Thank you so much for your sweet comment about my complexion though, I used to be quite insecure about it, since my mum has dark brown hair/eyes and olive skin (so does my brother) and my dad is also brunette, so being the only blond, really fair, hazel/green eyed in the family felt a little wierd haha, especially where I’m from where everyone is pretty much tan (or most people), but I’ve grown to like my colour and it’s quite unique (at least where I live).