Rococo, Victorian, Edwardian, Art Deco or Disco-inspired? Which style is your style? These are only a few of the most popular types of gown cuts a bride can choose for her wedding. This article can be a greater interest for those who are inspired by the decades and wish to wear something classical with a modern twist. Most of the styles that were popular back in the old days are brought to live today.
Designers of today like to play with the fabrics, textures and cuts to create old-fashion inspired gowns that can fit the preferences of the chic modern brides. This is why we can find so many era-inspired couture creations in our modern designers’ portfolios. The styles they promote are classic-inspired, but subtly updated to suit the expectations and vision of the contemporary bride.
The first wedding gown inspired by decades is a punk style. This particular style is designed by Rosa Clara and it can fit perfectly well a modern funky bride who is in for the off the beat wedding look. This style is not less elegant than the other bygone era inspired models, but perhaps less romantic than the Victorian style for example.
We love the tulle ample ball gown skirt and the push-up bustier bodice that adds even more sexiness and boldness to the bride’s look. This style is inspired by an old Madonna’s playboy wear ad we have to admit that the results are fabulous! Strike the pose with this gown and play it more flirty, sensual and provocative for your wedding day. The bows added to the skirt create a playful look that makes a fine contrast to the powerful hairstyle and overall style of inspiration of the dress.
If you want something slightly more romantic and feminine, the next gown is definitely your style. This blush-colored dress is a charming Vera Wang design and it can fit the bride who wants something lavish yet dramatic for her wedding. The tulle flounces and the bold embellishments made on the bodice make this gown appealing for a modern-day princess type of bride.
Are you in for a chic ‘50’s look? The take into consideration the simple and coquette gowns in the third image. The cuts are crisp, the details are subtle, the waists and necklines are elegant and formal and the silhouettes are ladylike tailored.
You can choose the clean sweetheart design made by Oscar de la Renta from the left or the Romona Keveza model from the right with an asymmetrical ruffled neck. Go for the flapper style in the fourth picture and obtain a dazzling look for your wedding day. This is a Carolina Herrera design.