Formal Grace

January 09, 1994|By Vida Roberts | Vida Roberts,Fashion Editor

For one memorable day, the bride personifies all the graces. In these hectic modern times, when so much of daily dressing is a matter of function and activity, a wedding gown transcends the workaday and transforms the woman who wears it. The rustle of her train whispers in the hush of ceremony. A veil trails her progress past the smiles of well-wishers. Rich embroideries and formal designs soften and refine her gestures.

The bride is beautiful.

Styling by Pascale Lemaire * Hair by Erika Riggs * Makeup by Eric Spearman/Zoli * Models: Cara, Tracy Wolfe and Anthony Meyer/3 West Casting * Bouquets by Down to Earth, Mount Washington * Photographed at Evergreen House

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