Wedding dresses with a train

The train, as an ele­ment of a wed­ding dress, came into fash­ion in the 19th cen­tu­ry. By the way, it was this peri­od that became a turn­ing point in the his­to­ry of the wed­ding dress, because then the Eng­lish Queen Vic­to­ria was the first in the world to go down the aisle in a lux­u­ri­ous white dress (before that, brides wore dress­es of any col­or, and this was not giv­en much impor­tance). Queen Vic­to­ri­a’s out­fit was dec­o­rat­ed with a lux­u­ri­ous train, and it was after her mar­riage that not a sin­gle crowned per­son of Eng­land (and of oth­er monar­chies) could afford to go to the wed­ding altar with­out a long, light train. By the way, since then an inter­est­ing belief has appeared in the UK — the longer the train on the bride’s dress, the longer she will be hap­py in mar­riage.

The most famous wedding dresses with a train

It is not sur­pris­ing that it is British brides who more often than oth­ers fall into the lists of the own­ers of the most beau­ti­ful wed­ding dress­es. The most famous wed­ding dress with a train is the out­fit in which Diana Spencer (who became Princess Diana after the mar­riage) mar­ried. Her lace wed­ding dress with a train turned the heads of mil­lions of girls around the world and gave impe­tus to an unprece­dent­ed pop­u­lar­iza­tion of dress­es of this type. This is not sur­pris­ing, because Princess Diana’s dress was embroi­dered with antique lace and pearls, and the length of the train was as much as 7.5 m.

Anoth­er famous dress belongs to the cho­sen one of the son of Princess Diana, William. His beloved Kate Mid­dle­ton (now the Duchess of Cam­bridge) also went down the aisle in a wed­ding dress with a long train and con­quered the whole world with her grace and ele­gance.

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A dress with a train at one time was cho­sen for the wed­ding by anoth­er famous Briton — Vic­to­ria Beck­ham. Mar­ry­ing the dream of thou­sands of girls of David Beck­ham, Vic­ki put on a lux­u­ri­ous puffy dress with a rather long exquis­ite train and, of course, was sim­ply irre­sistible.

Varieties of wedding dresses with a train

Today, design­ers dec­o­rate not only mag­nif­i­cent wed­ding dress­es with a train. This detail is now added to almost all known styles, and they do it quite suc­cess­ful­ly. So, today in shops for brides, in addi­tion to puffy dress­es, dec­o­rat­ed with a lux­u­ri­ous train, you can find:

  • straight wed­ding dress­es with a train;
  • wed­ding dress “fish” (or “mer­maid”) with a train;
  • mini wed­ding dress­es with a train.

If you want to feel like a princess and get mar­ried in a wed­ding dress with a long train, then it is best to pay atten­tion to curvy mod­els. The fact is that a long train (from a meter or more) looks most appro­pri­ate in mul­ti-lay­ered dress­es, being a log­i­cal con­tin­u­a­tion of his lux­u­ri­ous skirt. When choos­ing a wed­ding dress with a long train, imme­di­ate­ly check how well this train pins up and whether it is com­fort­able for you to move around in this attire. After all, a train (espe­cial­ly a long one) is a rather heavy ele­ment that, with its weight, can give you a fair amount of dis­com­fort.

A rel­a­tive­ly long train can also be worn on fish or mer­maid dress­es. How­ev­er, its length rarely exceeds a meter, oth­er­wise it will be extreme­ly prob­lem­at­ic to move around in such an out­fit.

A straight wed­ding dress with a train is very suit­able for refined and roman­tic natures. As a rule, such mod­els are not over­loaded with unnec­es­sary ele­ments, they are very con­cise and restrained. A straight wed­ding dress with a train is an ide­al choice for a mod­est, grace­ful and pret­ty bride.

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But if you are a lover of fun, and a wed­ding in this regard is no excep­tion for you, then opt for a mini wed­ding dress with a train. Such an out­fit will not hin­der your move­ments, will allow you to dance, have fun and look girl­ish­ly ele­gant and beau­ti­ful at the same time — as befits a bride.

And one last tip: when choos­ing a dress with a train, make sure that dur­ing the cer­e­mo­ny some­one gen­tly straight­ens it, oth­er­wise the whole breath­tak­ing effect that a lux­u­ri­ous train should pro­duce will be spoiled.