TEN DAYS ‘TIL THE ROYAL WEDDING By DIVAGALS |
April 27, 2011 | Food Fashion Style
Style Your Guy – The Bachelor Party,
The Tux and The Honeymoon!
So what is your hubby-to-be thinking about before the Big Day? The Bachelor Party, The Tux and The Honeymoon!
Of course, Style Gals know you want to help him out, so here’s our suggestions to make these three unforgettable!
The Bachelor Party. They say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but if your man is booked at The Palazzo, a premiere hotel, casino and resort, his stay will be good, clean fun. Start him off at Canyon Ranch SpaClub’s Private Barber Suite, which offers an elegant shaving and grooming experience that will get him ready for the big day. He and his boys can then relax at AZURE, the Palazzo’s luxurious daytime pool, and enjoy chilled towels, Evian mistings and the possible spotting of Kim Kardashian in her bikini (yes, it okay for him to look, as long as he doesn’t touch!). Book him dinner at LagasseΓÇÖs Stadium, a new sports fan dining concept by celebrity chef Emeril. There are game day-inspired menu items, free flowing brew and more than 100 HD TVs to keep him posted on all the latest scores. Then let him laugh with front row seats and meet-and-greet with Tim Allen, who does his stand-up comedy show at The Venetian Showroom. He’ll consider it one of the best days of his life, until your wedding day!
The Tux. You’re not the only one under the spotlight on the special day. Your man’s tuxedo should be tailor-made and luxurious. Enter Michael Andrews Bespoke, a high-end menswear company that specializes in making your man feel fantastic. For an electric evening, trying slipping your man into Michael Andrews Bespoke’s midnight blue tuxedo (pictured left), or keep him refined with white dinner jacket and black tuxedo pants. Both looks are from the Platinum Collection, and retail for approximately $1,895 and $1,995. See more looks at www.michaelandrewsbespoke.com.
The Honeymoon. Rumors are that Prince William and his bride will honeymoon on the Isles of Scilly. If so, the Star Castle would be an ideal choice. Built in the sixteenth century, it’s a fully intact castle in the shape of an eight-pointed star, so it’s full of British history and heritage. The hotel and island are easily accessible from England (which wouldn’t be a bad place to spend a few days in before you made the jump!) Yes, the property is essentially owned by the Royal family, but you don’t have to be royalty to go there. Star Castle is currently offering spring specials.
photo credit: The Palazzo, Michael Andrews Bespoke, Star Castle