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W e have some nuptials to announce. The marriage of Dallas-based La Vie Style House and Over the Moon bridal and wedding registry platform debuts La Vie's first bridal collection of coveted caftans and short lacy dresses. LVSH has become the go-to for many girls on the go with glittering maxi and mini frocks spotted at black-tie galas, al fresco lunches, and cocktail parties. The always flattering silhouettes with playful prints seemed destined to eventually enter the bridal sphere. Founder Jamie Coulter (who created La Vie Style House with co- We Do By Billy Fong. Photography Élio Nogueira. founder Lindsey McClain in 2013) says, "We've enjoyed watching our customers wear the brand for life's celebratory moments, and what could be more special than a wedding?" The size-inclusive collection — a rarity in the bridal industry — has artful and often bold embellishments with soigné detailing. Clients can also custom select colors from the brand's standard lace offerings. McClain adds, "We haven't seen bridal done within a one-size format before. We thought it was time for us to explore inserting some ease into the bridal market — and so, far it's been wildly well-received. Some pieces are timeless, while others are more over the top, but they're all super fun to wear." And, if wedding bells aren't in your near future, the collection offers caftans and dresses appropriate for bridesmaids, mother of the bride, or a guest simply there to celebrate by raising a champagne flute while wearing something divinely chic. La Vie Style House's inaugural bridal collection, $600 to 3,000. Exclusively at La Vie Style House luxe silk maxi caftan with feathers, $2,550 Clutch, from $1,095 '70s swirl sequin one-shoulder dress with cape, $2,250 32

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