Knitted wedding dress

Every girl in her child­hood dreamed of a fairy-tale prince and a beau­ti­ful wed­ding dress. The prince, of course, was sup­posed to be the embod­i­ment of charm and beau­ty, but how did we imag­ine the dress? Usu­al­ly, chil­dren’s imag­i­na­tion was enough for a stan­dard out­fit: a fluffy skirt, a corset at the waist and a long train, which is sup­port­ed by two chil­dren. But the girls grew up, and each want­ed to excel, show­ing indi­vid­u­al­i­ty. All brides strive to express orig­i­nal taste and style. A bold and extrav­a­gant girl will cer­tain­ly choose a knit­ted wed­ding dress.

A bit of his­to­ry

A dress made of knit­ted fab­ric came to us from the dis­tant 30s of the last cen­tu­ry. In those days, peo­ple did not have mod­ern fab­rics and unique tai­lor­ing tech­nolo­gies, so women made prod­ucts by hand. For those times, knit­ted wed­ding dress­es looked some­what defi­ant, because translu­cent fab­ric was not always eval­u­at­ed pos­i­tive­ly. Time passed, cus­toms changed, and such airi­ness and light­ness began to be encour­aged, as it empha­sized the grace of the bride.

Creation and elements of a knitted wedding dress

The fash­ion of the last cen­tu­ry is reflect­ed in the mod­ern design of dress­es. For exam­ple, beau­ti­ful knit­ted dress­es are most often made of translu­cent lace knit­ting, made in the form of Irish, Bruges, Roman­ian lace, etc. Some­times a spe­cial cov­er made of nat­ur­al fab­ric is sewn on the inside of the dress, which enno­bles translu­cent lace. Knit­ted open­work dress­es may dif­fer in design, length and acces­sories.

Many girls believe that only tal­ent­ed craftswomen can make cro­cheted wed­ding dress­es. Good knit­ters will cre­ate a prod­uct accord­ing to your per­son­al sketch, and you will be sure that your out­fit is one of a kind. The craftswoman will cal­cu­late the amount of mate­r­i­al spent and tell you the approx­i­mate time in which the dress will be ready. As a rule, the prod­uct is knit­ted for sev­er­al months, so you need not delay plac­ing an order.

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If desired, you can change the col­or and length of the dress, make a deep neck­line or vice ver­sa boat neck­line, long or short sleeve. How­ev­er, the tra­di­tion­al option is still a long white knit­ted dress, focus­ing on the waist with a not very deep neck­line. You can exper­i­ment and com­bine knit­ted fab­ric with silk, tulle or lace. Open­work dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments look charm­ing:

All this will add a cer­tain dose of coquetry to the image and accen­tu­ate the out­fit.

Undoubt­ed­ly, knit­ted white dress­es will delight us for a long time from the pages of fash­ion­able wed­ding mag­a­zines and shop win­dows. Retro style is not sub­ject to time and space, so do not be afraid to exper­i­ment and amaze!