An Essex Wedding - January/February 2021 (Issue 96)

EXPERT ADVICE 87 MEET KELLY HULL OF ERIN KELLY BRIDAL What are your favourite accessories for a winter wedding? My go-to accessory for a winter bride would be the gorgeous Liberty in Love blush pink feather jacket. What dress would you choose for a Valentine’s wedding? I would go for Catherine Deane’s London gown. Its modern romantic look is emphasised by the vintage-style graphic lace and ladder trim, a delicate cap sleeve and stunning open back. It ticks all the boxes for the modern bride who wants a relaxed look. What’s your top dress-shopping tip? When looking for your dream dress, make sure you try on lots of different styles, be open- minded and enjoy the process! Visit MEET SALLY-KATE DUBOUX OF HAIR BY DUBOUX What hairstyles would you suggest for a winter wedding? Choosing an up do takes away the risk of the British weather dampening more than just your hair! Low buns and chignons are still very much on trend. My favourite look has to be a twisted bun, lightly textured, with a smooth glossy finish combining classic and modern. How can you keep hair in the best condition during winter? A good conditioning hair mask at least once a month will give your hair an a dded fix during the colder weather. I also r ecommend a heat-protection spray – I l ove Moroccanoil’s spray – before blow- d rying, straightening or curling. However, t he less heat you apply the better. W hat’s your top hair tip? C hoose a salon-quality shampoo and c onditioner; preferably one that’s free from harmful silicones and sulphates. By investing in your haircare you’ll enhance your hair type, vibrancy and manageability in the lead-up to your special day. Visit Q&A Fashion & Beauty Our bridal, hair and make-up experts offer their top winter tips and picks ASK THE EXPERTS http://jam