Brides 2021: How to choose the right wedding dress
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Long white wedding dresses may be traditional attire for weddings in North America, but that doesn’t mean our 2020 brides need to conform to those ideals. Look, the only real reason we started wearing white wedding dresses is because of a social standard set by Queen Victoria long ago. Wearing white clothes is considered to be a symbol of purity, wealth and so on. We are not saying that all traditions are bad. We’re just saying, brides of 2020, why not have some fun?
This year, a lot has changed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Couples planning to marry in 2020 are embracing the changes, opting for elopements or small outdoor weddings. Since we’re already pushing social norms about how weddings should be held, why not take it a step further and opt for an alternative wedding dress? What you wear is one of the best ways to show your style and express yourself. It should be what you want it to be. In addition to the traditional white wedding dress, here are some wedding dresses to choose from.
Color is one of the most powerful ways for people to express their personal style. Now, we’re not saying you need to wear a rainbow dress to your wedding (though we wouldn’t object). We’re just saying that even the slightest hint of color can make the biggest difference! Take the pearl Faviana S10209 for example. The dress still exudes a bridal feel, but it has the most beautiful light pink sheen. You’re the bride. You make the rules. Remember, if you like color, you can choose colorful colors!
Some brides may like the white, minimalist look, but don’t want to deal with the common extravagance of most wedding dresses. You can still wear white, but keep it simple. You know, there’s nothing wrong with wearing a princess gown, beaded and lace. But if you’re eloping or getting married on the outside, you probably don’t want to lug a heavy train around. Faviana Style S10435 in Ivory keeps everything elegant and dreamy without going beyond the top!