Make no mistake: Molly Fishkin and Asher Levin know how to throw a party. And, the fact that the Olsen Twins designed Fishkin's dress
for her nuptials was just the start of what made the day so incredibly rad. In fact, we've got a closer (much
closer) look at everything that went down at the sprawling Los Angeles mansion that hosted the Vogue
The photos by Heather Kincaid
tell a pretty amazing story about the Fishkin/Asher wedding, and the bride's style to boot. For instance, while we see plenty of European charm in the details of the house and can feel warm and fuzzy from the family-style table settings, there's one thing we didn't see at this celebration: a single bridesmaid dress.
In lieu of matching, sometimes ho-hum, gowns that we have worn (willingly, naturally) for our friends' special occasions, we spotted tons of lovely, clashing dresses worn by the bride's very own wolf pack. While the images suggest that the bride may have forgone bridesmaids, they also provide a bit of inspiration for any other soon-to-be-wed lady who may want to partake in the tradition without the matchy-matchy sartorial commitment
. Molly surrounded herself with friends who wore everything from structural, cut-out, creme-colored gowns, to a printed caftan creation (Ashley), to a gothic, sheer number with a colorful bodice (Mary-Kate). And, as far as we're concerned, it looked just as pretty — and all the more unique — as any typical sea of lilac-painted bridesmaids.
Click on for a complete look at the mismatched-lady, mansion-set, Stevie-Nicks-serenaded lovefest in all its glory, ahead.For more style scoop:Abercrombie & Fitch's New Black Collection Is Kind Of A Big DealCOS Gives Us A Much-Needed Autumn ChillThe Non Flower-Child Guide To Wearing Free PeoplePirelli Welcomes Its First Plus-Size Calendar Girl
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