Non Traditional Wedding Dress

Non Traditional Wedding Dress

Non Traditional Wedding Dress

February is National Wedding Month, and that means we’ve got your back with beaucoup and non-traditional wedding inspiration, starting with the wedding dress of your dreams. Finding the perfect wedding dress to match your personality is always a challenge, especially if you count yourself amongst the non-traditional crowd (see ya later, white and frilly sweetheart dresses). But that’s where color comes in. Whether you want to add a pop of color to your wedding day getup or are ready to embrace a pretty pink, Carrie Bradshaw-inspired frock, there’s no shortage of colorful wedding dresses to swoon over. Scroll down to see 50 of our favorite non-white wedding dresses that will work for any season.
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Non Traditional Wedding Dress

1 of 16 White wedding dresses are classic, but they’re far from the only option. Nowadays brides are getting more and more creative, opting for wedding dress styles and shades that are as one-of-a-kind as they are. Non-white hues bring vibrancy, personality, and intrigue to any wedding, and are great for the bride who wants to stand out. Not to mention, they can be worn again (if that’s your thing) and may be less prone to unsightly stains. Name a color of the rainbow and we’ve probably seen it, which goes to show that there’s nothing wrong with a little wedding-day fashion diversity. We love it when brides go off the beaten path and wear non-white wedding dresses, separates, or custom-designed bridal looks. Here, a roundup of our favorite unconventional dresses from real weddings. Red Wedding Dress Because in traditional Indian culture, only widows wear white, the bride wore a statement-making scarlet Vera Wang dress. Photography: Kate Headley These Red Wedding Dresses Will Have You Re-Thinking White
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Non Traditional Wedding Dress

White wedding dresses are classic, but they’re far from the only option. Nowadays brides are getting more and more creative, opting for wedding dress styles and shades that are as one-of-a-kind as they are. Non-white hues bring vibrancy, personality, and intrigue to any wedding, and are great for the bride who wants to stand out. Not to mention, they can be worn again (if that’s your thing) and may be less prone to unsightly stains. Name a color of the rainbow and we’ve probably seen it, which goes to show that there’s nothing wrong with a little wedding-day fashion diversity. We love it when brides go off the beaten path and wear non-white wedding dresses, separates, or custom-designed bridal looks. Here, a roundup of our favorite unconventional dresses from real weddings. Red Wedding Dress Because in traditional Indian culture, only widows wear white, the bride wore a statement-making scarlet Vera Wang dress. Photography: Kate Headley These Red Wedding Dresses Will Have You Re-Thinking White
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Non Traditional Wedding Dress

Now Reading25 Non-Traditional Wedding Outfits25 Non-Traditional Wedding Outfits For The Fashion-Forward BrideRay LoweSee All SlidesBegin SlideshowThis article was originally published on March 30, 2016.Cultural traditions have a funny way of becoming widely adopted, without actually being understood. The idea of wearing a white wedding gown, for example, has only been around for about 160 years, when Queen Victoria opted for a cream lace look for her 1840 wedding. Before that, brides wore dresses that spanned across the entire color spectrum, mostly choosing from whatever was already hanging in their closet. And if you ask us, we prefer that approach a whole lot more.So, if you’re not into that whole “white gown” thing, who cares! So many of today’s brides are looking beyond the pristine princess dress and are turning to indie labels, interesting cuts (and colors), and other non-traditional takes on what you wear when you say “I do.” Ahead, we’ve rounded up 20+ options, from a colorful embellished number to the ecru jumpsuit your heart has been searching for.Fashion-forward women, look no further: The pieces here are the furthest thing from being classically “bridal” — in the best way possible, of course.Begin Slideshow Go BackBest Wedding Dresses • Dresses • Fashion • Shopping • Wedding Guest Outfits • Weddings • What To Buy NowShop your inbox!By using our service, you agree to our Terms and Privacy PolicySign Upyay! get ready for the good stuff!
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Non Traditional Wedding Dress

White wedding dresses are classic, but they’re far from the only option. Nowadays brides are getting more and more creative, opting for wedding dress styles and shades that are as one-of-a-kind as they are. Non-white hues bring vibrancy, personality, and intrigue to any wedding, and are great for the bride who wants to stand out. Not to mention, they can be worn again (if that’s your thing) and may be less prone to unsightly stains. Name a color of the rainbow and we’ve probably seen it, which goes to show that there’s nothing wrong with a little wedding-day fashion diversity. We love it when brides go off the beaten path and wear non-white wedding dresses, separates, or custom-designed bridal looks. Here, a roundup of our favorite unconventional dresses from real weddings. Red Wedding Dress Because in traditional Indian culture, only widows wear white, the bride wore a statement-making scarlet Vera Wang dress. Photography: Kate Headley
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Non Traditional Wedding Dress

White wedding dresses are classic, but they’re far from the only option. Nowadays brides are getting more and more creative, opting for wedding dress styles and shades that are as one-of-a-kind as they are. Non-white hues bring vibrancy, personality, and intrigue to any wedding, and are great for the bride who wants to stand out. Not to mention, they can be worn again (if that’s your thing) and may be less prone to unsightly stains. Name a color of the rainbow and we’ve probably seen it, which goes to show that there’s nothing wrong with a little wedding-day fashion diversity. We love it when brides go off the beaten path and wear non-white wedding dresses, separates, or custom-designed bridal looks. Here, a roundup of our favorite unconventional dresses from real weddings. Red Wedding Dress Because in traditional Indian culture, only widows wear white, the bride wore a statement-making scarlet Vera Wang dress.
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Non Traditional Wedding Dress

25 Non-Traditional Wedding Outfits For The Fashion-Forward BrideRay LoweSee All SlidesBegin SlideshowThis article was originally published on March 30, 2016.Cultural traditions have a funny way of becoming widely adopted, without actually being understood. The idea of wearing a white wedding gown, for example, has only been around for about 160 years, when Queen Victoria opted for a cream lace look for her 1840 wedding. Before that, brides wore dresses that spanned across the entire color spectrum, mostly choosing from whatever was already hanging in their closet. And if you ask us, we prefer that approach a whole lot more.So, if you’re not into that whole “white gown” thing, who cares! So many of today’s brides are looking beyond the pristine princess dress and are turning to indie labels, interesting cuts (and colors), and other non-traditional takes on what you wear when you say “I do.” Ahead, we’ve rounded up 20+ options, from a colorful embellished number to the ecru jumpsuit your heart has been searching for.Fashion-forward women, look no further: The pieces here are the furthest thing from being classically “bridal” — in the best way possible, of course.Begin Slideshow Go BackBest Wedding Dresses • Dresses • Fashion • Shopping • Wedding Guest Outfits • Weddings • What To Buy Now
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Non Traditional Wedding Dress

White wedding dresses are classic, but they’re far from the only option. Nowadays brides are getting more and more creative, opting for wedding dress styles and shades that are as one-of-a-kind as they are. Non-white hues bring vibrancy, personality, and intrigue to any wedding, and are great for the bride who wants to stand out. Not to mention, they can be worn again (if that’s your thing) and may be less prone to unsightly stains. Name a color of the rainbow and we’ve probably seen it, which goes to show that there’s nothing wrong with a little wedding-day fashion diversity. We love it when brides go off the beaten path and wear non-white wedding dresses, separates, or custom-designed bridal looks. Here, a roundup of our favorite unconventional dresses from real weddings.
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See All SlidesBegin SlideshowThis article was originally published on March 30, 2016.Cultural traditions have a funny way of becoming widely adopted, without actually being understood. The idea of wearing a white wedding gown, for example, has only been around for about 160 years, when Queen Victoria opted for a cream lace look for her 1840 wedding. Before that, brides wore dresses that spanned across the entire color spectrum, mostly choosing from whatever was already hanging in their closet. And if you ask us, we prefer that approach a whole lot more.So, if you’re not into that whole “white gown” thing, who cares! So many of today’s brides are looking beyond the pristine princess dress and are turning to indie labels, interesting cuts (and colors), and other non-traditional takes on what you wear when you say “I do.” Ahead, we’ve rounded up 20+ options, from a colorful embellished number to the ecru jumpsuit your heart has been searching for.Fashion-forward women, look no further: The pieces here are the furthest thing from being classically “bridal” — in the best way possible, of course.Begin Slideshow Go BackBest Wedding Dresses • Dresses • Fashion • Shopping • Wedding Guest Outfits • Weddings • What To Buy Now

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