Updated Oct 17, 2011 - 6:34 pm
Would you wear ...
…a black wedding dress?
Vera Wang, the queen of wedding couture, unveiled her new Fall 2012 bridal collection, which includes gorgeous and intricate black and nude gowns. I absolutely loved her designs, which felt more haute couture than traditional bridal. You could wear these gowns on the red carpet or to a black-tie affair instead of a wedding. And if they were in white - I'd definitely wear a few of them.
More and more brides are moving away from the poufy white dresses with the sparkly tiaras to more chic, sophisticated gowns that are uniquely different from those you typically walking down the aisle. But are black gowns too extreme? What about nude gowns? Both would certainly translate to other events and wouldn't need to be stored like a traditional white wedding dress.
For me, I'm still on the white wedding dress bandwagon…but it's certainly refreshing to see something different for a change.
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