Bridal Attire

Written by Tara Peris
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Bridal attire has changed considerably over the last two decades. Notably, brides have more flexibility than ever before when choosing a wedding gown. This means that you can choose freely and allow your dress to be a true reflection of your individual style.

It used to be the case that all brides looked more or less the same. Sure, individual dresses varied with regard to beading and detail, but overall, you could bank on large ball gowns with ample lace and taffeta. Many gowns were huge and elaborate, not to mention the trains that followed. Although the occasional free spirit may have opted for something different, she was the exception and not the rule when it came to bridal attire.

Changing Trends

These days, things have changed considerably and brides have a degree of freedom not known in the past. This newfound choice is reflected in wedding gown lines from major designers, and most collections have a variety of styles from which to choose. You'll still find classic ball gowns, but there's a great deal more to consider.

There are a number of classic A-line dresses that offer simplicity and style without layers and layers of petticoats and crinoline. There are also sleek, minimalist sheaths and fun contemporary designs for brides who seek something truly different. If you are planning for the big day ahead, take some time to explore the full range of options. Every bride deserves to wear the dress of her dreams.


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