Get The Look: 1920s Great Gatsby Inspired Wedding  

Are you planning a vintage-style wedding and looking for some inspiration? If so, you may want to consider the 1920s Great Gatsby era. This look is becoming increasingly popular for weddings, and it’s easy to see why. With its elegance and glamour without looking fancy or overdone, the 1920s look is perfect for any bride who wants to feel like a glamourous movie star on her big day. Today we are sharing how to get the look of a 1920s dress Great Gatsby-inspired wedding. 

 

To create a 1920s inspired wedding, you need to look for dresses with high necks, long sleeves, and full skirts.

 

Dresses

There are many different styles to choose from, but we recommend looking for something with lots of lace and beading. If you’re not sure where to start, check out some of our favorite dresses below:

 

Dress credits:

Dress 1: @s.nova.vintage wearing Victoria Azure dress

Dress 2: @ashleyanne.vintage wearing  Alexa Lemon dress

Dress 3: @rachelannjensen wearing Gianna Sapphire dress

 

Vintage feel dresses: Many online stores sell vintage-inspired dresses, and you can also find them at charity shops or on preloved sites. Just size up, as these dresses tend to run small. Opt for soft, neutral colours like pink, beige, and light brown to create a vintage wedding look.

 

Get The Look: 1920s Great Gatsby Inspired Wedding  

 

Flapper dresses: These 1920s wedding flapper dresses are short, fun, and flirty dresses. They have a drop waist and are from light fabrics like chiffon or silk.

 

Get The Look: 1920s Great Gatsby Inspired Wedding  

 

 

Gatsby gowns: These glamorous gowns were popular in the later years of the roaring twenties. They often have intricate beading and detail and can be floor-length or even ballgown style.

 

Get The Look: 1920s Great Gatsby Inspired Wedding  

Tea-length dresses: Tea-length dresses are a good option if you want something elegant and vintage-inspired for your Great Gatsby inspired wedding. They hit just below the knee and can be plain or have lace or beading detail.

 

Get The Look: 1920s Great Gatsby Inspired Wedding  

Accessories will help complete the look

 

1920s style headpieces: A great way to add some glamour to your look is with a 1920s style headpiece. We recommend choosing something with many feathers, such as a feathered headband or tiara, pearls, or rhinestones.

 

Get The Look: 1920s Great Gatsby Inspired Wedding  

 

Jewellery: Add some sparkle to your outfit with vintage-style jewelry, crystal earrings. Look for pieces with lots of intricate detail and beading.

 

Shoes: completes the Great Gatsby inspired wedding look by adding a pair of elegant vintage-style shoes. If you’re not sure where to start, we’ve picked out some of our favourite shoes below.

 

 

Complete the look with makeup and hair

 

Hairstyle: We recommend going with a soft, wavy style for your hair. You can either do this yourself or go to a salon for a more professional look. Think loose waves, Victory rolls, and feather hair accessories.

 

Makeup: go for a natural look with a bold lip. Opt for neutral eyeshadow and lots of black eyeliner to complete the look. Add some red lipstick for extra glamour.

 

With these tips, you’ll be able to create a beautiful 1920s Great Gatsby inspired wedding look that will have all your guests talking. Even if you’re not planning a wedding, you can use these ideas for any special occasion. Start planning your 1920s glamourous affair today. 

 

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