Bridal Dress Trend 2018: Would you wear these extravagant wedding dresses?

A dream in white … for many a very clear idea, unimaginable for others. Who says that a wedding dress must be long and white? Maybe the tradition, but not always your own taste. Luckily, there are more and more glamorous wedding dresses that are at least as beautiful – and really surprising! These five bridal gown variants are eye-catching, extravagant and modern. Would you wear her?

Chicregina-Trumpet-Mermaid-Sweetheart-Organza-Chapel-Train-Wedding-Gown-With-Ruched-BeadingThe non-color black is often associated with grief. That’s why the color as a wedding dress is still uncommon today. In the 16th century, black wedding dresses on the strictly Catholic Spanish royal court were perfectly natural. The trend was quickly adopted throughout Europe. The neutral color underlined the piety of the wearer.

Slowly, this color is becoming a trend again for wedding dresses. Black dresses are elegant, fairytale and can play very playful with lace and tulle. Even glittering stones and pearl applications are noble.

Chicregina-A-Line-Princess-Sweetheart-Asymmetrical-Organza-Wedding-Gown-With-BeadingIt does not always have to be long. Short bridal gowns are almost more exciting and can be playful or sexy, with a rockabilly or vintage charm. Above all, they are wonderfully modern and uncomplicated. Often they are selected for civil wedding. The best: The knee or calf-length dresses put the bridal shoes in the spotlight and give plenty of legroom. Perfect for dancing!

More and more often in the signal color red is married. Women in red dresses look confident, passionate and courageous. The custom of red wedding dresses comes from Asia. There the color symbolizes joy, happiness and fertility. In Europe too, the color is making a big comeback to Wedding. Vera Wang and Oscar de la Renta have already sent their models in one or the other red bridal robes on the runway.

All wedding dresses image from Chicregina