Unusual wedding dresses

Extrav­a­gant wed­ding dress­es are a very risky option for a wed­ding, because wear­ing an inap­pro­pri­ate out­fit can be con­sid­ered a friv­o­lous nature. For those who believe that this spe­cial day should be cel­e­brat­ed in such a way that it will be remem­bered for a life­time not only by the new­ly­weds, but also by guests, as well as bystanders of the cel­e­bra­tion, then, of course, every ele­ment of the hol­i­day should be bright and defi­ant. This is espe­cial­ly true of the out­fits of the bride and groom, to which every­one’s atten­tion will be riv­et­ed.

How­ev­er, the unusu­al­ness of a wed­ding dress can be expressed in vary­ing degrees: there is a big dif­fer­ence between wear­ing under­wear dec­o­rat­ed with feath­ers and a veil or some­thing made of plas­tic balls, as well as just a translu­cent guipure dress that hides much less than social moral­i­ty allows. So, the choice of dress is up to the bride, and only in her right to deter­mine how much she wants to shock oth­ers with her imag­i­na­tion.


Short unusual wedding dresses

The eas­i­est way to shock the audi­ence is to wear a short wed­ding dress, which prob­a­bly will not com­plete­ly cov­er the fem­i­nine charms. This option is clear­ly for those girls who love risk and have a beau­ti­ful fig­ure, because noth­ing can be hid­den with such a skirt. It is nec­es­sary to wear non-reveal­ing under­wear for such a dress, so as not to cause a wave of indig­na­tion among the guests of the hol­i­day.

A long veil with a train will suit such a mini dress, which will par­tial­ly play the role of a skirt: it will look grotesque and at the same time not intru­sive­ly sexy. Shoes should be sim­ple, with high heels, and with­out a plat­form, so as not to acci­den­tal­ly “turn” from a bride into a dancer.

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The most unusual wedding dresses in the world

  1. Wed­ding dress made of flow­ers. A wed­ding dress made of fresh flow­ers is a very roman­tic, but short-lived option. There­fore, for girls who love nos­tal­gia and per­ceive a wed­ding dress as a sym­bol of their hap­py mar­riage, fresh flow­ers in the form of a dress are not suit­able. In addi­tion, a lot depends on the weath­er and cli­mate: if the dress with­ers by the end of the evening, there will be a big dis­ap­point­ment.
  2. Amer­i­can flag wed­ding dress. One Amer­i­can woman decid­ed to take such a patri­ot­ic step, who dressed in a dress with a print of the nation­al flag. This is a great idea for those who love their coun­try as much as their future hus­band, as well as those who live in a coun­try with a beau­ti­ful flag, the col­ors of which do not make the face look pale or tired.
  3. Wed­ding dress made of plas­tic balls. Anoth­er orig­i­nal and bud­get idea is to use impro­vised means: plas­tic balls, for exam­ple. For one cre­ative design­er, such a dress turned out to be very light and translu­cent, but, unfor­tu­nate­ly, not envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly.
  4. Wed­ding dress from con­doms. Per­haps there are brides who will wear such a dress. In a sense, it can be per­ceived as a sym­bol, but each guest of the hol­i­day will decide for him­self the sym­bol of what: cou­ples who pro­mote safe sex life will def­i­nite­ly appre­ci­ate such a deci­sive step of the bride.

The most extravagant wedding dresses

Wed­ding dress­es in unusu­al col­ors are a more mod­est option for an eccen­tric wed­ding, because the style can be kept tra­di­tion­al and stand out with the help of col­or.

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Unusu­al col­or wed­ding dress­es are pri­mar­i­ly those that com­bine sev­er­al col­ors: for exam­ple, smooth tran­si­tions from yel­low to green, turn­ing into red shades.

Unusual wedding dresses for pregnant women

Unusu­al beau­ti­ful wed­ding dress­es for women in posi­tion can be fun­ny: for exam­ple, instead of a veil, a hat, and instead of a skirt, a lot of bows.

It is bet­ter for preg­nant women not to empha­size the waist­line, and there­fore the dress can be com­plete­ly shape­less with chaot­ic patch­es of light chif­fon or silk.