Purple sash wedding dresses Chicago

Wedding Dresses | September 15 2010 | by Jenny | 1 Comment

Are you in search of the perfect wedding dress that can be both suitable for a wedding and flattering with your bridal vision?

Then perhaps you would like to find out more and see more on purple sash wedding dresses. We think that adding little subtle and delicate details to a wedding dress can make the bride look totally one of a kind, unique and different from the rest. But what happens when that small insignificant and barely visible detail is colored? Things change completely, in a good way, of course.

The popular question “to sash or not to sash” is getting the correct answer now that so many modern brides are choosing to beautify or differentiate their wedding dress look through a sash, a waist band, a ribbon or a belt.

most cases, these ribbons or sashes are colored in more or less vibrant nuances that can complement the theme or the color palette chosen for the whole wedding line.

Chicago brides and not only who wish to go classy and a bit more discrete and refined, perhaps a gold sash wedding dress or a white wedding dress with a less vibrant and bold colored sash in cream, champagne, ivory, beige, ecru, eggplant or buttercup yellow can appear like a more inspired choice.

But for the off the beat bride of 2010 a vibrant cheerful colored sash wedding dress appears like a more stunning selection. Not only for Chicago weddings but also for any other type of location, this color choice can work out wonderfully.

We’ve chosen the purple color for the sash that is going to tie or wrap the bride’s waist because we find purple to be one of the most mesmerizing, seductive, feminine, sensual, elegant and stylish color that a contemporary bride can choose for a magical wedding day and bridal look.

The pupil nuance can differ from tone to tone, depending on the precise location, formality and season of your wedding. You can choose from: lavender purple, lilac purple, violet purple, blue-purple, mauve purple, dark pink-purple or royal deep purple.

White and purple represents a very inspired and inspiring theme or color combination that any bride of today can choose for a more remarkable, seductive, sleek, dainty, fashionable, hot and trendy look. A purple sash wedding dress can look beautiful on a winter time wedding, or it can make the most stunning apparition on a fall time wedding or on a summer hot and exotic wedding.

The sash can be made from any type of material, according to the fabric that the wedding dress is made of. Silk, satin, crepe, lace, tulle, illusion net, rayon, chiffon or cotton are only a few examples of light-weight or ticker fabrics that you can choose for the sash. If you want a more contrasting and imposing visual impact then you can choose the sash in a different material than the one featured by the dress. (Pictures taken from: http://www.onewed.com/blog/savvy-scoop/category/accessories/2009/09/17/bride-chic-clouds-tulle/, http://www.weddinginspirasi.com/2010/06/07/modern-trousseau-2011-wedding-dresses-gowns/, http:/modestcouturebyelizabeth.com/couturepress/).11

1 Comment

  1. amareo

    April 12, 2011 at 6:20 pm

    I love purple and the darker the better. I think dark purple is such a royal color and wearing it would be a great way to feel like a queen. But I still haven’t found that sash or dress to match the sash that I have in mind. Even from here, either the color is not right or i don’t think the sash really matches the type of dress it embellishes. For me, the sash would be a very beautiful embellishment if it would not be taken as just another accessory, but as part of the dress indeed. So it should match the line of the dress and the fabric used and it should somehow create the impression the dress and the sash are a whole.


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