Teasing and tempting little peeks of the new Baz Luhrman Great Gatsby film, being made next door in Australia, have started to appear on the world wide web and I for one can not wait!
Carey Mulligan, the with her ever chic hair in a bob, as the effervescent Daisy Buchanan and Leonardo Dicaprio in the dapper lead….. ohhhh it has me squealing with excitement and feeling all inspired! The Great Gatsby, set in 1922, is inextricably linked to Art Deco…..
Gold Dress by Candice Konya via Style Me Pretty, Cloth Bound ‘The Great Gatsby’ book – CB Smith, Gramophone Image via Photo Dictionary, Vintage typewriter via The Silver Pen, Art Deco Art from Flickr via Pinterest, Jazz Age Hair – BHLDN, Time to Drink Champagne – Not Cot via Pinterest, Target Brownie – Wedding Bee
To capture the glamour and the decadence of the Deco era I chose a simple but effective palette of Gold, Ivory and Black…..
Feather Fan via Love My Dress, Flower Girl Headdress – Jannie Baltzer via Love My Dress, Table Numbers – Hello Lucky, Deco Dress – Topshop, Table Setting from Style Me Pretty, Bracelet – Jenny Packham Onda III, Vintage Car via Style Me Pretty, Vintage Travel Cases – Victoria Station on Tumblr, Lace Headband – Erica Elizabeth Designs, Groom via Style Me Pretty, Art Deco Cake – Superfine Bakery via Wedding Chicks, Telephone via Style Me Pretty, Invitation – Deco by Bella Figura
Art Deco was such a lavish and ornamental style this rich and swanky colour palette works perfectly. For details think feathers, ellaborate beading, headbands and linear symmetry in designs, decorations and jewellery.
The Amory, with little decoration is all about the cut and the sumptuous swathes of material…..
Or for something strapless and a little more elaborate and glitzy, The London……
Or for a little bit of both The Odetta……
Or The halterneck Luna…..
How gorgeous does that headband look with Luna?? It just finishes off the look. I adore Jenny Packham Accessories!
And the shimmering, drop waisted Keisha……
(Temperley Bridal is stocked exclusively in Australia by Helen Rodrigues)
Or Kristene from Claire Pettibone with its teardrop shaped train……
Baz Luhrman’s film can’t be released quickly enough for me :-)