9 Bridal Gowns For The Vintage Bride
Dreaming of that vintage dress but you don’t know where to begin? If you’ve been that bride who has been obsessed with trends from the past,
These gowns will do you justice and give you the desired inspiration for ‘The Dress.’ Ladies, we bring to you inspiration from decades as well as contemporary brides that pulled off vintage gowns in this blog.
1) The Big Bow With A Splash Of Colour Gown
Brides in the ’80s loved all things exaggerated right from their clothes to jewellery. The wedding gown gradually adapted to the trend and then there were big bowed gowns all over! Bring out your 80’s diva with this one.
2) The Crochet Cinderella Gown
Crochet and lace are timeless. It is something you can keep going back to regardless of the time and age. Bring out your inner princess with this very British gown.
3) The Mermaid Gown
The mermaid cut accentuated a woman’s curves back in the ’70s and was also carried on in the ’90s. Opt for the simplicity and elegance of this gown if it reflects your aesthetic.
4) The TrailBlazer Gown
The bride left her trail as she walked down the aisle in the ’30s. Queen Victoria was officially the first royal bride to have her trail carried down the aisle by her bridesmaids and this prompted the whole trail-trend among the upper class. Channelize your inner queen Victoria with that trail!
5) Lace All The Way Gown
The ’70s was a dreamy era that empowered women with the ‘flower power.’ There were flowers and lace everywhere and wedding gowns weren’t spared.
6) The Bell Sleeved Gown
Another trend that emerged from the easy-going and freshly revolutionized 70s is the bell sleeves. Bring out your inner boho self that gives your arms enough room to breathe as you dance.
7) The Veil and The Trail Gown
Veils have always been an important part of the wedding gown to basically maintain the sanctity of the bride’s mind on her wedding day. If you’re the vintage-lover that enjoys the beauty of both long veils and trails, you could sew up something just like this one!
8) The Twirling Wonder Gown
The end of the war period in the ‘50s brought back the extravagance and romanticism with corsets, sweetheart necklines, boat necks and tulles. Most of these trends were crafted for the hourglass figure and Elizabeth Taylor drove most of these trends.
9) The Gorgeous Silk Gown
Silk has been a woman’s best friend since the inception of time. A silk gown is nothing short of classy for a woman that loves her skin in it.
Picking the right dress and the right first song may seem like an impossible task. But with a little help from these beautiful brides, the task will become much easier.
Swirl back to your era and create history with your wedding gown!