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Vintage wedding dresses – Love In Franciacorta

The vintage wedding dresses

Vintage is considered a “timeless” style and stylists constantly propose references to the past with vintage wedding dresses, to resume the history of fashion.

Surely vintage wedding dresses require special attention.

For example, it is necessary to choose carefully the hairstyle, the accessories such as shoes (which should be in tune with the era of inspiration) and the inevitable bouquet of the bride.

The choice of “vintage” is like opening your grandmother’s trunk and bringing to light the charm of the style of almost a century ago.

Light fabrics such as chantilly lace, tulle, silk voile, crêpe georgette and mikado, so typical and representative of a style that made history in the last century.

The stylists could not fail to reproduce these styles, clearly adapting them to today’s trends.

Future brides, do you feel more vintage 1920s, 1950s or 1970s?

Depending on the time, dear future brides in Italy, you could find simple 1920s vintage wedding dresses, with a petticoat cut.

As a first impression, they may seem too “chastened” but in reality, with their lace and lace and thanks to their clean tailoring lines, they will make you real divas on your wedding day.

Moreover, these wedding dresses have an excellent fit for every type of build.

Other vintage wedding dresses inspired by the 1920s are those with a matte silk petticoat, in “nude” tones.

Which woman does not remember the classic “hi-hat” model, so to speak in the Great Gatsby style, entirely embroidered with sparkling beads?

Fresh short wedding dresses are also proposed, with a clearly fifties soul, with tulle underskirts that create volume with the bell-shaped cut of the skirt.

If you are looking for something more “bohemian”, consider vintage wedding dresses in not too rigid lace or in soft silk. Thus you will recall the seventies style.

The vintage wedding dresses in detail

Short or three-quarter sleeves are a constant feature of vintage wedding dresses, combined with enveloping stoles for the winter season or boleros for the summer.

The necklines, on the other hand, are often round and boat-shaped, as an alternative to the classic V-necks.

The great thing about wearing a vintage wedding dress is that the details could really be fished out in family memories.

Earrings with cameos, long pearl necklaces, jewel sandals, velvet collars and headbands with feathers.

Each era then has its veil, starting from long ones with lace edging, the veils applied or the fifties hats.

The colours of the wedding dress

As for the colours of the vintage wedding dress, it goes from creamy white to beige, up to blush pink.

If, however, your choice will fall on seventies dresses, nothing will forbid you floral or solid colours prints, even the most gaudy ones.

Have you been stimulated or intrigued by the story about wedding dresses? We will update again next week for “alternative” styles.

(To be continued…)