A lace top and a multi-tiered hem made of tulle, silk and velvet, flower embroidery, a strict top in a men’s style and a skirt on the floor – how beautiful it all looks in black!
The bride is in black, and the groom is in white … or gray. Somewhere, once something like this already happened … Yes, the black wedding dress has been around for centuries. But more on that later.
Today it is not only beautiful and solemn, but also fashionable. And it certainly has a right to exist.
For those who are tired of the classic white and all its shades (clean, cold, warm, ash, cream), let’s say that there are all kinds of variations of the wedding dress: red, purple, chocolate, black. Who said a tuxedo must be black and a bride’s dress white? And if you try the other way around? After all, black is associated with sexuality, is considered a shade of chic. So why not use it for a wedding dress, highlighting with a bright accessory or a bouquet of flowers? Continue reading