Post # 1
I am torn between a white and black fur coat. Attached is my in my dress (not the birdcage). I am going for an updo, with dramatic red lipstick, and red stilettos. Black is a bit more “non-traditional”which is more me, but I also think white, against my dress with my skin tone with red lips will also look amazing.
Shoes, makeup inspiration, hair inspiration, veil, and bouquet all attached.
Tks for your help!
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Post # 3
IMO – white, but that’s because I like the classic look of white and red.
Post # 4
Is the fur coat long, short?! Maybe show us an example of what you are considering?
Also, are you incorporating black in any part of your wedding? What are your wedding colors?
Post # 5
I would say black, because it would go really well with those black magic roses.
Post # 6
I think you could rock black, especially if its more you. Why have all white when you have dark reds to play with as well? 🙂
Post # 7
@RR-I have 7 bridesmaids all wearing different dresses. 3 are wearing black, 2 red, and 2 royal blue. Inspiration for their dresses is attached. All decor and flowers are neutral, silver, crystals, whole winter wonderland theme. This is my inspiration board for my whole wedding also.
This is the black faux fur I am thinking off:
Post # 8
@jamapa40: Wow, your inspiration board is awesome and everything is going to look fantastic together! I just seriously LOVE that Michael Kors black faux fur jacket and what a steal on the price (his stuff is so good!). I easily feel the black jacket will look so gorgeous (the jacket is so glam!) on you and with your wedding colors. The sleeve length on that jacket is perfect, it will still show any jewelery. The black is a bit untraditional (which I love), but not totally out there – it will accent you and your wedding so well! Besides, brides are doing every different color of cardigans these days. If you go for white, it would also look great but more traditional (but still very glam). Sometimes, the white jacket blends with the white dress and outdoor photo’s from a distance (especially if there is snow, if the area you’re getting married at has snow) seem to blend it together. But it’s classically beautiful, so it’s really a win-win. I love your wedding!
ETA: Btw, the Michael Kor’s site lists the color of the jacket as Charcoal, so it may be a little lighter than black and possibly have some gray silvery shimmer to it? Which again would look fabulous and would compliment your bling detailing in your dress! You can always order it to see if you like it against your dress and return it if it doesn’t work out!