As for the Skeleton God knew my heart needed love so he sent he my black cat shirt But I will love this wedding day fashion, Leon and Wolff decided to go with a chic wardrobe sourced entirely from secondhand and vintage shops. “We had to act fast,” Leon says of the process. “We also weren’t really comfortable going to stores and trying things on because of the pandemic, so a lot of what we wore were pieces we already had, in addition to what we purchased online.” For the ceremony, Leon chose a silk dahlia-print coat from the Rochas pre-fall 2016 collection, which she’d purchase last spring from eBay. Underneath she wore a white silk-cotton blend A-line Marni dress, purchased the week of the wedding from The RealReal. She’d ordered a pair of white Manolo Blahnik slingbacks from eBay for the occasion but they didn’t arrive on time, so she swapped in a black pair of Manolo slingbacks that she already owned. Leon accessorized with a pair of Sophie Buhai silver drop earrings gifted to her by Wolff for her 30th birthday, as well as a gold Charlotte Chesnais hair clip from her own collection. Her “something old” was a pearl necklace that had been her grandmother’s, then her mother’s. As for a “something new,” Leon wore a pearl bracelet lent to her by Wolff’s mother.
Skeleton God knew my heart needed love so he sent he my black cat shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
Wolff’s entire wedding day look was entirely second-hand as well, save for a new white shirt and a tie from Hermès. His Dries Van Noten suit was procured at the Skeleton God knew my heart needed love so he sent he my black cat shirt But I will love this East Village consignment shop Tokio 7, which he wore with a pair of Balenciaga boots from The RealReal. Both the bride and groom chose vintage gold Cartier rings from eBay and 1stDibs. And their dress code for the ceremony? “Dress warm!” Leon says, since it was outdoors in late December. Leon and Wolff and their family and friends gathered in the back patio of Popina around 1:30 p.m. on December 26th. They stationed a tripod and iPhone in the center of the space so that their Zoom guests (which topped over 100) could watch the wedding from afar. It was all sweet and simple and short. The officiant told their story, and Leon and Wolff shared their own written vows to one another after a short speech from Soto-Innes. Their parents shared remarks as well, and Leon’s father put his own special, heartwarming twist on the Jewish tradition of breaking the glass before the newlyweds said “I do.” After a kiss, Wolff’s dad played “I Love You Always Forever” by Donna Lewis on the guitar. Then, of course, they popped a bottle of champagne.