After working on offbeatbride.com for almost two years now (and Offbeat Bride the book for another year before that!) I've started to see some definite trends in offbeat bride styles.
I mean yes: we're all doing our own thang, but there are definitely elements that seem to pop up repeatedly in offbeat weddings.
To celebrate this, I decided that this Halloween I would dress up as, well, YOU! I wanted to see how many offbeat bride trends I could pack into one outfit.
No one in Seattle will get this costume at all — “goth drag queen?” “weird mary poppins?” — but I don't care. I did it for y'all because I love your style.
Peacock feathers? Check.
Hipster mustache? Check!
Headless groom/groveling bride? Check.
Headless bride/groveling groom? Check.
And last but not least, Kambriel jacket for the full goth feel? CHECK!
Very special thanks to my dear friend Ben Haley who so graciously took the time to play bridal portraiture with me to get all these ridiculous photos.
SO! Offbeat Brides … any trends I missed? Maybe I'll do this every year, and we'll see what offbeat trends show up for Halloween 2009…