Openwork wedding dresses

This sea­son, open­work wed­ding dress­es have bro­ken all records and become the most cho­sen ones than any oth­er dress­es. They are pre­ferred by many brides, as well as celebri­ties.

White openwork dress style

An open­work or lace wed­ding dress is prob­a­bly the most del­i­cate, incred­i­bly fem­i­nine out­fit that was cre­at­ed for wed­ding cer­e­monies. Design­ers offer var­i­ous options for exe­cu­tion:

  1. Wed­ding dress­es with open­work top. A very beau­ti­ful per­for­mance. A lace insert on the chest or an open­work curly col­lar gives the whole look ele­gance and ten­der­ness.
  2. Wed­ding dress­es with open­work sleeves. A favorite com­bi­na­tion of many design­ers is open­work sleeves, which can be short, puffed, long or wide. At the same time, they are often dec­o­rat­ed with beads and stones.
  3. Wed­ding dress­es with open­work back. The squeak of the sea­son was an open or open­work back. Beau­ti­ful curves of the female back are vis­i­ble through the translu­cent fab­ric, which looks very sexy and fem­i­nine. Par­tic­u­lar atten­tion is paid to dec­o­rat­ing the clasp with beads, rhine­stones, stones and flow­ers.
  4. Short open­work wed­ding dress­es. This option is suit­able for active girls who can boast of a fem­i­nine fig­ure and slen­der legs. Flir­ty, roman­tic, sim­ple and dec­o­rat­ed with ruf­fles and flounces — the choice depends on the mood and pref­er­ences of the bride. In any case, this dress looks incred­i­bly beau­ti­ful and styl­ish.
  5. Long wed­ding dress­es. For those who pre­fer the clas­sics, this dress will appeal to you. It is in it that it is best to go down the aisle. A vir­gin white open­work dress will undoubt­ed­ly empha­size the ten­der­ness and solem­ni­ty of this impor­tant event.
See also
Movie wedding dresses
A lit­tle about col­or

Of course, white open­work dress­es were and will be the most suit­able for the wed­ding cer­e­mo­ny. But many design­ers still offer oth­er designs, such as ivory, cham­pagne, pale blue, ivory and even pink. They also dec­o­rate the dress with rib­bons of bright col­ors, dec­o­ra­tive flow­ers, beads and stones.