Turkish wedding dresses

Today, Turk­ish wed­ding dress­es are asso­ci­at­ed more with Euro­pean fash­ion and tra­di­tion than with East­ern ones. There are many rea­sons for this — the pol­i­cy of the state is focused on Europe, and accord­ing­ly, this could not but affect fash­ion and tra­di­tion. In addi­tion, Turk­ish tex­tiles are much cheap­er than Ital­ian or French tex­tiles, which are to some extent the stan­dard of wed­ding fash­ion, and there­fore are in demand. At the same time, ele­gant Turk­ish dress­es look no worse than those obtained from world design­ers who have occu­pied the niche of wed­ding dress­es.

Dresses from Turkish manufacturers

Today, beau­ti­ful Turk­ish wed­ding dress­es can be tai­lored accord­ing to Mus­lim tra­di­tion, but not many peo­ple use the tra­di­tion­al wed­ding dress. Women pre­fer Euro­pean styles, but do not refuse ele­ments of Turk­ish cul­ture in their out­fit.

Turk­ish style wed­ding dress fea­tures:

  • embroi­dery with a nation­al pat­tern;
  • closed shoul­ders and long sleeves;
  • long straight skirt;
  • a lot of shiny ele­ments — stones, rhine­stones, gold threads.

Today, Turk­ish wed­ding dress­es very rarely meet these require­ments, with the only excep­tion — Turk­ish embroi­dery very often adorns these dress­es.

Turk­ish long dress­es for wed­dings today are pro­duced by the fol­low­ing man­u­fac­tur­ers:

  1. Akay Cou­ture. This man­u­fac­tur­er is more focused on Euro­pean fash­ion than the rest. In the new col­lec­tion there are many open mod­els with lace, but the most charm­ing mod­el can be con­sid­ered the “mer­maid” mod­el with an open back and a long train.
  2. Alis­sa Nuera. In the new col­lec­tion, the man­u­fac­tur­er stepped back from the clas­sic snow-white dress and focused on cream, beige and cham­pagne. There are enough tiered skirts with shiny decor.
  3. Dovi­ta Bridal. This man­u­fac­tur­er in his lat­est col­lec­tion paid spe­cial atten­tion to open shoul­ders and ripped chif­fon skirts.
  4. Hen­na. In the new Hen­na col­lec­tion, you can find mod­els that are as close to the clas­sics as pos­si­ble: a long veil, closed shoul­ders and a fluffy skirt with­out dec­o­ra­tions. The high­light of the col­lec­tion was the abun­dance of rhine­stones on the corsets.
  5. Fairy. “Woman and nature” — this is how you can char­ac­ter­ize the wed­ding dress­es of the new col­lec­tion from Fairy. Here we see flo­ral motifs, and on sev­er­al mod­els, volu­mi­nous abstract yel­low­ish leaves are just right for an autumn wed­ding.
See also
Wedding sandals with high heels