Wedding dresses in Ukrainian style

Recent­ly it has become very fash­ion­able to wear clothes in the nation­al style, with eth­nic motifs. And this is man­i­fest­ed not only in every­day clothes, but also in wed­ding clothes. In addi­tion, late­ly there has been a fash­ion for styl­ized wed­dings. So, wed­dings are held in cow­boy, rock, retro and many oth­er styles.

Some new­ly­weds, espe­cial­ly in West­ern Ukraine, cel­e­brate wed­dings in the nation­al Ukrain­ian style. Bright out­fits of guests in tra­di­tion­al Ukrain­ian “embroi­dered shirts”, eth­nic dec­o­ra­tion of the hall, on the tables — Ukrain­ian nation­al treats and the bride, dressed not in an ordi­nary white wed­ding dress, but in Ukrain­ian style — with embroi­dery or eth­nic ele­ments.

Ukrainian style outfits

Bind­ing to such a style implies the use of eth­nic ele­ments in the style and dec­o­ra­tions on clothes, name­ly, in the Ukrain­ian style are used:

  • “pop­py” motifs;
  • embroi­dery;
  • col­ored rib­bons;
  • wide or high belts;
  • volu­mi­nous flounces and sleeves;
  • frills on the bodice.

So, wed­ding and evening dress­es in the Ukrain­ian style from the pop­u­lar design stu­dio Alla Galet­skaya are very beau­ti­ful. She man­aged to suc­cess­ful­ly com­bine the mod­ern cut of dress­es with nation­al motifs. Her exclu­sive out­fits are dec­o­rat­ed with artis­tic paint­ing, appliqués, beads, hand embroi­dery, arti­fi­cial flow­ers, rib­bons and even Swarovs­ki crys­tals.

Hairstyle in the Ukrainian style

Ukrain­ian women have long dec­o­rat­ed their hair­styles with wreaths with arti­fi­cial flow­ers and rib­bons. A wed­ding dress in the Ukrain­ian style also involves the use of braids with rib­bons woven into them, as well as dec­o­ra­tions in the form of spikelets and arti­fi­cial pop­pies, corn­flow­ers and oth­er bright flow­ers.

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Bridal bouquet in Ukrainian style

In the old days in Ukraine, a bou­quet replaced a wreath, which the bride her­self wove from wild­flow­ers and herbs, putting her sen­su­al­i­ty and ten­der­ness into it. You can remem­ber such a sym­bol­ic attribute of the wed­ding image and weave such an orig­i­nal dec­o­ra­tion for the bride. If the idea of ​​a bou­quet is clos­er to you, it will need to be styl­ized as much as pos­si­ble. To do this, use bright wild­flow­ers, spikelets and mul­ti-col­ored rib­bons.