Three words every woman wishes to have in her hands: “The Birkin Bag”. The Birkin Bag is one of the most exquisite and expensive bags known to the fashion world. The Birkin bag is more of a collector’s item rather than an item to show off.
A Birkin bag can range from the prices of $7,400 to $150,000. Why is this Birkin Bag so ridiculously expensive? The price of the bag depends on the materials that are used. The bag is distributed to Hermes boutiques at unpredictable times and the bags are VERY limited. Most of the time you need to be put on a waiting list to get your hands on one of these precious babies.
OMGTRENDS is doing a lust and must on the Birkin Bag. Some of us can afford a very expensive and beautiful bag at whole price, but some of us need the knock off. But don’t worry we know of a good knock of, just in case your wallet can spend the money.
1.Aspen, Colorado: Aspen gives you everything you need in a wedding all year round. Whether you want snow and mountains or greenery and lots of trees, Aspen is a place for easy traveling and beautiful scenery. You can stay at the historical Chateau Eau Claire and enjoy the beautiful river views starting at $371/night in the summer, and $239/night in the winter.
2. Jamaica: Jamaica is the perfect place for a beach weeding. Between the white beaches and crystal blue water, Jamaica is the perfect place for a romantic and intimate wedding. Jamaica holds a certain romantic charm, you can not find anywhere else! . The Palms Resort is known for the most beautiful and romantic weddings. Reservations need to be made far in advance and the average price per night is $240.
3. Paris, French: The word Paris alone screams wedding. Paris, France is where love is created and why not have your wedding there. The scenery creates a perfect atmosphere for a wedding, reception party, and honeymoon. At the Hotel Moliere, a beautiful three star Paris hotel, you can stay for just $230/night and enjoy all that Paris has to offer.
4. Hawaii: Want a romantic beach wedding, but can’t leave the U.S., then go to Hawaii! There are so many islands in Hawaii and each hold its own individual romantic charm. Most weddings are located at secluded beaches and locals love to see you happy on your big day. However, the best to time to travel to Hawaii to see the best weather and get the best rates, is from mid-April to mid-June and from mid-September to mid-December. During these off season times, you can find hotels starting at $100/night and averaging $160-180/night. The New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel has rates starting at $150/night and is one of the best hotels in Honolulu, HI.
5. Las Vegas, Nevada: Las Vegas may be known for the money, glam, and partying, but you can also get away with your lover and have a private wedding. If you are not into the destination and want a quick wedding, then Las Vegas is the place for you. You can have fun themed weddings like “Elvis” theme. The Bellagio is one of the Strip’s newest high-class resort and casinos, and you can stay there for just $245/night on average. Just make sure you bring an extra buck or two for the slot machines!
You’re a bombshell babe whose goal is to look unintentionally beautiful. Voluminous hair is sexy: Stay away from the straight iron! Go for texture or large, loose curls that give you a wind-blown effect when you strut by. Your guests won’t be able to take their eyes off you.
If you’re the Beach Bride:
You’re all about having fun and don’t take things too seriously. Your hair should reflect your playful, carefree outlook on life, so opt for loose waves. Weaving two braids around the back of your head for a reversed crown look will add dimension to the laid back style.
If you’re the Girl Next Door:
You feel comfortable in your skin and prefer to look and feel natural, especially on your wedding day. A loose braid is perfect; not over-the-top, but just whimsical enough to feel like a bride. Add a homemade flower tiara for a fresh look all your own. Your natural beauty will surely shine.
If you’re the Modern Bride:
You’re a fashion-forward woman of today and want a hairstyle that rivals those of celebrities on the red carpet. To accomplish this, pull curls back into a loose bun a little higher than the base of your neck. Every little hair should not be hair sprayed down; stiff updos are overdone. Don’t take yourself too seriously and go for effortlessly beautiful, leaving out short, wavy tendrils to frame your face.
If you’re the Pinup Bride:
You’re a decade’s girl who would rather rummage through thrift stores than shop at department stores. For a fun, sexy style, use a thick curling iron to roll up pieces of your hair into rollers. One you release large, face-framing barrel curls, brush them out. To get the complete ’50s look, wear a caged veil with a flower or sparkling brooch to add glamour. Your grand entrance will be unforgettable.
If you’re the Vintage Bride:
You long to have witnessed 1920s Paris. The beauty and grace of the era is stunning, and your wedding is the perfect time to embrace it. A structured side-do with the identifiable wave will help you channel Daisy Buchanan and create the glamorous elegance you always dreamed of.
If you’re the Ballerina Bride:
You’re peppy, feminine and have been dreaming of a Cinderella-wedding since you were a little girl. A prominent bun on the very top of your head is all you need to complete the fantasy look. After gathering your hair into a high ponytail, wrap the tail end around, pin it and soon you have a top-knot worthy of a princess.
If you’re a Lace Romance Bride:
You’re a hopeless romantic who has dreamt of looking soft and beautiful on her wedding day. Using delicate lace as inspiration, a twisted bun at the base of the neck will accentuate your natural features.
If you’re a High Fashion Bride:
A true fashionista, your inspiration has stemmed from the runways of New York and Paris. You understand that a successful, unforgettable look doesn’t end with the dress. Donning a low ponytail with texture on top adds a modern, couture edge fit for a model.