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First of all, I'm not getting married. Not yet anyway wink.gif

But I adore wedding gowns and looking at all the different styles and I was wondering where everyone stands on that? Do you like the contemporary styles, the classic poofy style or something else? I'm not 100% on which I prefer as there's three I really like.

 

The first is the contemporary, slightly sexy styles. The ones with the low backs and sheer clingy fabric:

 

(I think this one would be gorgeous without the strap detail)

 

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Secondly, I really love the idea of a 50s swing dress gown:

 

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Lastly, I really adore the idea of a renaissance style gown:

 

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I love the 50s style, especially the first one you posted.

 

To be honest, I've never really considered wedding dresses. I know what i don't want, but I haven't ever pictured myself in a dress, simply because who knows when, or even if, that will ever happen.

 

I like plainer materials that are rich, expensive, which speak for themselves, more than heavily decorated fabrics with loads of sequins or seed pearls or stuff like that.

 

I like mantila veils and longer style veils, but I also like bird cage styles. Beyond that, I can't say that I've really thought. I have a much better idea of what I'd like the bridesmaids to wear, the mother of the bride, and what flowers and cake I'd pick.

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my favourite wedding gown ever is the dior couture from SATC:

 

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yes, it's very over the top! but i LOVE it!

 

but i also have a place in my heart for karl lagerfeld:

 

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Although I'd never wear one as I doubt I could afford it, you've gotta love the queen of wedding gowns! Ms. Vera Wang...

 

Vera Wang - Gown Gallery - FALL 2010

 

I think when the time comes I'm more than likely going to go for the vintage style dress as it's more my general style and personality. I would love to have a gown but I'd probably trip over it.

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I love wedding gowns!! More traditional than modern.. Of the couple I've worn a friends beaded one was amazing.. And heavy!!

 

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The first one is really looking pretty because of its back the grace of whole dress will increase and you look different in your wedding. love5.gif

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I am wearing this wedding dress...rockwoot.gif

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I love the contemporary ones with the sheer meterial. I think they're elegant. But at the same time I also love beautiful things people can do with dresses no matter what the style. I wouldn't ever go for anything extravagant myself, but I still adore other styles.

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loved mine....I was all about the long train and detailing. I wanted to feel like a bride and not wear "just a white dress". But there are so many gorgeous dresses out there to fit everyone's styles.

 

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hi to all

I feel some what bore to white dress.

now a day colorful bridal dresses are also in fashion.

 

but ya , As bellagia has written

tail is must for bridal gown.

and i too love long tail of gown

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This was my dress, i got it for our beach wedding this past summer, i took these photos of it from the designers website, when i saw it in a brides magazine i knew it was the one. When i went and tried it on that was it i loved it even more and bought it within ten minutes of having it on.

 

 

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Bellagia beautiful dress! You looked stunning girly!

 

 

Livingthedream, what a fabulous dress!  I love it!

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How beautiful and gorgeous the dress is bellagia !!!!If any one wear it she looks like a fairy. It would  be the dress value. 

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My first choice is the very top photo those sleek dresses would definitely make my man's heart melt, and that's more important to me me than a poofy princess dress but that's just my opinion.... and the slender one's are hopefully allot cheaper haha!  I would/could never spend an atrocious amount of money on a dress grandma would definitely not approve of an insane price tag a few thousand would probably be to much for her. I could also easily fall int love with a 50's vintage style lace dress but it would have to be a sleek design as well after writing this I am starting to think I may just have something against tool lol. :)

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Originally Posted by bellagia View Post

loved mine....I was all about the long train and detailing. I wanted to feel like a bride and not wear "just a white dress". But there are so many gorgeous dresses out there to fit everyone's styles.

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I have just one word for this... WOW!

 

 

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ooo a beauty forum with a bridal section! loving it so far!

 

I got my wedding dress a few months ago and my first dress fitting will be in Feb 2012 lol really far away i know!

Here's a pic of my dress. I wanted something very very simple and lucky I found this one

 

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