Mini wedding dresses

Every time there is a rev­o­lu­tion in wed­ding fash­ion, at first it is per­ceived with cau­tion, but then the most dar­ing exper­i­menters try on new items for them­selves and thus start a new trend. So it was with col­ored wed­ding dress­es, and with a short veil or its alter­na­tive. Today, more and more young girls pre­fer beau­ti­ful short wed­ding dress­es.

Wedding short dresses with a train

This style is the most pop­u­lar, as it simul­ta­ne­ous­ly opens the legs and main­tains the length. This style goes to many girls if the legs are even and the bride is not shy to show them. Mini wed­ding dress­es with a train can only open the front view to the knees, but there are also short­er, bold­er mod­els that reach to the mid­dle of the thigh.

The famous short trans­form­ing wed­ding dress is also very rel­e­vant today. There are two ver­sions of this out­fit. In one, the “tail” itself is unfas­tened. You can come to the solemn part with a long train, and then unfas­ten it after the cer­e­mo­ny.

There is also a short trans­form­ing wed­ding dress, where the skirt itself comes unfas­tened. The upper part with the “tail” remains in place, you put on a fluffy long skirt under the bot­tom. As a rule, in such short wed­ding dress­es with a train, the upper part is made of a denser mate­r­i­al with var­i­ous dec­o­ra­tive trims, and the low­er skirt is made of a lighter sol­id col­or fab­ric. A short wed­ding dress can be worn in win­ter if it eas­i­ly turns into a clas­sic long one.

Unusual short wedding dresses

If you are plan­ning a themed wed­ding or a loud par­ty, it makes sense to look for more dar­ing options. For exam­ple, a red short wed­ding dress, com­bined with a large flower in her hair, may well qual­i­fy for the image of Car­men.

See also
Wedding dress with peplum

Mini wed­ding dress­es will fit well into a beach cer­e­mo­ny or a youth wed­ding. Mini wed­ding dress­es with large volu­mi­nous flow­ers and ruf­fles look espe­cial­ly beau­ti­ful. And straight lines with an A‑line go well with short lace jack­ets and com­ple­ment the vin­tage style.