Unlike the Bachelor, Bachelorette fashion is all about glamour and aspiration. Bachelorette style is in great part influenced by Bachelorette wardrobe designer Cary Fetman. Cary has an amazing eye for unique, over-the-top pieces that are all about femininity and fantasy.
Under Cary’s watchful eye Bachelorette style incorporates the Bachelorette’s own personal style with what the viewers will like. Dressing for both men, women and herself, the Bachelorette style is constantly evolving.
With Jillian Harris -to date, still my favorite Bachelorette fashion ever – it was all about playfulness. Jillian and Cary, I believe, singlehandedly made rompers mainstream, including Jillian Harris’s now iconic denim romper from Forever21. Harris wore dresses by Alice + Olivia, a feather dress from Express as well as plaid, flannel tunics and leggings from Aritzia. Jillian’s bachelorette fashion also included a number of knee-high boots from Frye and Aldo, Sorel boots and colored pumps from Jillian Harris’ own personal collection. Jillian also had a keen eye for accessories causing near pandemonium over her gold watch by Michael Kors and a pair of Badgley Mischka gunmetal pumps.
Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky also had her own Bachelorette style. Opting for romantic, girly dresses, Ali Fedotowsky favored dresses by BCBG and ABS. Her first night’s rose ceremony dress was a backless gown by celebrity designer Pamella Rolland. Ali Fedotowsky’s bachelorette fashion is best remembered for her accessories including a turquoise necklace by Susanne Elizabeth and several pieces by canadian designer KV Bijou. She wore metal bracelets by Danijo and ended with a diamond ring from Neil Lane.
Most recently, Ashley Hebert flexed her own Bachelorette style. The dental student and dancer focused on showing off her legs in tiny sequin tunic dresses, shorts and, yes, blouses as dresses. On the road, Ashley shopped at Zara and bought several oversized tops that she wore as dresses. Because Ashley Hebert is so tiny, stylist Cary Fetman kept her accessories to a minimum, focusing on body hugging mini dresses, shorts, middriff baring tops and neutral colored dresses with glitz from Alice + Olivia and Sheri Bodell. Early in the process, Ashley Hebert gravitated towards designer Randi Rahm for her rose ceremony dresses, including a $17,000 feather embellished gown she wore the night JP Rosenbaum proposed to her with a Neil Lane diamond ring.
Later to promote her Bachelorette fashion, Ashley Hebert wore Naven for her media appearances. Hebert also wore many statement rings, including LA designer Kiki designs, who later released a line of turquoise rings similar to Ashley’s due to the demand around her oversized turquoise ring.
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