Exclusive First Look at the Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017 Collection

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

It’s no secret that we here at GWS are big, big fans of Twigs & Honey. So today, we’ve got a real treat for you — an *exclusive* first look at their latest collection for Spring/Summer 2017, photographed by Elizabeth Messina!! This collection — titled Confectionary Accoutrements — features mix-and-match separates and convertible styles that can be worn long after the wedding. Continuing on the nature-inspired styles that Twigs & Honey has come to be known for, all of the headpieces feel both modern and vintage with intricate crystals, pearls and floral detailing. Oh and all of Twigs & Honey’s bridal attire + pieces are handmade in the U.S.A. We love that!!

Twigs & Honey’s designer, Myra Callan, is excited to release a line of bodysuits that can be worn with the T&H skirts or alone as lingerie pieces. She shares with us We were inspired by sweet confectionery treats and flowering gardens in the springtime. We infused this into the new styles by using delicious looking blush and cream tones and creating soft, organic shapes. For our headpieces, we are showcasing styles that are made with flowers that are completely handmade in our studio from clay. Our skilled makers hand mold the flowers and then hand paint them before assembling into stunning, lightweight and long-lasting pieces.

Let’s take a look, shall we?

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Such a stunning shot!!

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

We love Twigs & Honey’s ethereal take on all things bridal! From the gown to the hair accessories, every detail is so dreamy!

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Myra shares Our daily wear pieces were intended for the modern woman. With artists, creatives, stay-at-home moms and active women in mind, we have created multi-purpose/multi-use pieces that are truly special. The styles are equal parts functional and beautiful. Seen above is the lace + tulle Cupcake skirt, paired with the Taffy skinny strap bodysuit

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

*MAJOR HEART EYES*

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

This is the Baby’s Breath Ethereal Hair Vine.

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

We love this modern twist on florals in the hair!

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Seen above are the Trifle robe and the Nectar robe, respectively. Both robes are reversible, so you actually get 2 looks in 1! One side is custom dyed silk velvet and the other side features a beautiful floral print.

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

So, so gorgeous!!

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Seen on the right is the darling Honey – Lace Bodysuit. The bodysuit can be worn alone (as lingerie), with a skirt (like above) for a flirty + ultra-feminine look, or worn casually with jeans after the wedding! 

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Twigs & Honey Spring/Summer 2017

Can you say G O R G E O U S ?! We’d love to hear which piece (or pieces) you’re crushing on in the comments below!!

A huge thank you to Myra at Twigs & Honey for letting us share the exclusive first look at the Spring/Summer 2017 Collection!


All bridal attire, lingerie, headpieces, veils + apparel: Twigs & Honey by Myra Callan // photography: Elizabeth Messina // hair + makeup: Erin Skipley // models: Lilliya from Freedom Models and Morgan from Photogenics // assistants: Amelia Foster and Mykela Messina // shoes: Joy Proctor for Bella Belle // location: Elizabeth Messina’s private studio

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