We Took Clinton Moxam Shopping for a Custom Wedding Tux at Men’s Wearhouse

Let’s be honest, when it comes to planning wedding day fashions, the emphasis is often placed on the bride—as family and friends wait in anticipation to see what the bride will wear as she walks down the aisle.

But there’s another person at the heart of this special day. Someone who is also experiencing this wonderful journey and is equally as excited to look their best. Yes, we’re talking about the groom!

This is why when Clinton Moxam, a model and content creator who is planning a fall 2021 wedding with his fiancé Uche, came to us looking for

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On the realities of affordable, plus-size wedding dress shopping

Your wedding is often considered to be one of the best days of your life, filled with confetti, cake, embarrassing relatives and lots of booze. And for many brides, one of the most important details of the day is their dress.

However, with the average UK dress size a size 16, and many bridal brands only stocking limited (read: smaller) size ranges, curvier brides-to-be can find themselves unable to buy their dream outfits. It’s something fashion blogger Callie Thorpe has explored when recounting her own wedding dress shopping experience at various boutiques here.

Now, though, with the uptick of high

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How to Shop Wedding Dresses From Bridal Fashion Week

Let’s face it, wedding gown shopping can sometimes be daunting. Especially if you’re looking for that one dress you recently saw on the runway during Bridal Fashion Week. But we’re here to say that finding your dream dress doesn’t have to be an impossible task.

“One of the great things about bridal is that the pieces presented at Bridal Fashion Week are produced for commercial value,” says Micaela Erlanger, celebrity fashion and bridal stylist. “Meaning, what you see presented will be available for consumer purchase.”

One of the great things about bridal is that the pieces presented at Bridal

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How to Choose The Right Accessories For Your Wedding Dress

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The Year of the Wedding After-Party

If 2020 was the year of the Zoom wedding, 2021 promises to be a year of after-parties.

Covid-era newlyweds who pared down their guest lists and exchanged vows via livestream are planning full-on second weddings. But with those plans come an awkward set of etiquette questions. Is it OK to ask virtual guests to attend an in-person reception a year later? Should you expect gifts? And what do you name this event? A vow renewal? An anniversary reception? A sequel?

After calling off plans for a big wedding last May, Erin Wronka, 27, sprinted to organize a 20-person ceremony in

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