Greek style wedding dresses

Wedding Dresses | September 11 2010 | by Jenny | 2 Comments

There are many brides who choose to wear something more different ton the wedding day, such as a sensational Greek style wedding dress. Cultural inspired wedding dresses are very hot and trendy at this moment in the wedding dresses industry and it seems that more and more brides are starting to consider wearing a wedding dress with a bit of an ancient historical twist or flair.

There is something about this style that makes it so chic, coquette and fashionable that so many brides of the moment are thinking to embrace it on their wedding day.

If you’ve always love those Grecian long flowing outfits that ancient Greeks used to wear perhaps you can have your wedding dress customized or designed especially to fit this theme or style.

These Greek style wedding dresses are surely meant to suit and flatter the contemporary bride who wants to look like a real diva or like a goddess. If you have no idea what a Greek style wedding dress can look like, check out these pictures and even browse for more on the internet.

In general, these dresses are modern and contemporary because of the simple designs, cuts and lines. They are made from light-weight fabrics that can drape and flow around the bride’s body in a very sensual and smooth way.

The trend with light-weight wedding dresses or with breezy nonchalant dresses for the modern relaxed brides still continues to attract more and more followers. For destination weddings booked for coasts, islands, mountains, cruises or beaches a Greek style wedding dress can make the ideal perfect outfit.

The most popular or common types or designs of Greek style wedding dresses that we can see out there are those with high waists and ethereal airy materials. If your body shape or your figure is slimmer, thinner or slender, you should definitely opt for a sexy and sensual dainty empire waist Greek style wedding dress.

The empire style is more adequate for brides with a petite figure and for those with an inverted body shape. Expecting brides or those with an undefined waistline should also vote for a seductive and flattering empire Greek style wedding dress.

The neckline of this type of dress is usually made with one shoulder strap or completely strapless with a sweetheart loose and elegant cut. Most of these dresses can also be found with V-neck straps that go around the bride’s head or simply get tied in the back with a bow or a flower.

The material is meant to create waves and that is why you will be able to find many types of Greek style wedding dresses with frills, ruffles, tiers and layers. But these layers are usually soft, smooth, subtle and so refined that they can’t even be noticed from afar.11


  1. Fuchsia

    January 24, 2011 at 6:16 am

    Hello. I want at first to say you are doing a good job. Your articles are always a pleasure to read. Then, regarding this article… when I saw the red and white dress I immediately remembered about my best friend’s wedding this summer. She wore something similar, just that the red accessories were silver and the necklace was a little bit narrower. The line of the dress was a little bit different to. I think it had some more fluid lines. And my friend looked so amazing in that dress, she looked like she was as light as a feather an as fluid as a waterfall. She said it was very comfortable and she enjoyed it. I really fell in love with this style that moment.


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