Stunning peachy and autumnal tones for a rich and earthy colour palette. This wedding photoshoot from Dulwich College has exquisite wedding dresses and stunning stationery with opulent florals – it’s everything, and we LOVE it!
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Hair stylist @haircreatedbysophie
Models @_sant.12 @crystalkhanmodel @super_girls_just_fly @elliotrr
End-of-summer weddings are probably the best. Colours are turning rustic, temperatures are pleasingly mild and one of the most iconic wedding venues, Dulwich College is a still oasis of calm in south east London.
The age of black tie being a stuffy, strict dress code has really disappeared recently. As tastes have lent themselves more towards the kitschy, quirky and alternative, the tuxedo has moved with it.
These days, unless the dress code is marked as formal or strict black tie – or the bride and groom specify – you can have a bit more fun with the Tuxedo. Perhaps it’s a vintage do, calling for velvets and paisleys, or something a little more modern and sharp, calling for slim fits and sharp lapels.
Alongside the necktie, the classic pocket square has become a quintessential component in formal accessorising, especially at ceremonies and receptions, where guests often include it as part of their wedding suits to add a splash of colour and subtle sophistication.
But it’s true that many don’t understand the most common methods for folding a pocket square or handkerchief, often resulting in a ruffled mess poking out jacket pockets.
In this guide we will tell you about the three most popular methods for folding a pocket square, alongside a step-by-step guide, so you can easily utilise them for your next wedding appointment.