It was the 'big day' of Mary. It was a day that every girl dreams of her childhood throughout adolescence and adulthood, so it was Maria. As she sat at her dressing table, looking in the mirror, she cast a thought in his past life. He realized that nothing in his life was miserable. However, he missed a thing, instead of a person, terribly in this important day, that person was his mother. His mother had died a year ago. Mary loved her mother to stay at his side at this time, but knew it was not possible. Therefore, to feel his presence, Mary wore the same wedding dress that her mother had used 55 years ago when she married the father of Mary. Use of this vintage style dress wedding was the only way I could feel her mother about it, and that made her look like his mom.
Over the years 60 and 70 styles zoom into fashion, there is no exception for wedding dresses. Let's take a look at the changing trends of the century dress wedding and try to understand the factors that inspired them.
The early 20th century wedding dresses century
The 1900 wedding dresses were Edwardian and Titanic. This style reflects a pattern of elegant wedding dress with a long train and veil back touching the ground running. The silhouette was that of a party dress or a A-line/princess. While the silhouettes, the pattern below the waist was a skirt. The only difference is that the ball (Cinderella) skirt dress was slightly burned and the flow pattern of the skirt princess. The train was usually one or two bridesmaids when the bride to walk down the aisle. 1910 onward, the elegant silhouette (not the body fit) and waist rose higher. The elegant silhouette is known as Empire. In early 1920, wedding dresses were fashionable fin. These dresses were loose everywhere, some even to the knee. During the 30's, the fine clothes became loose blouse with a collar and concentrate more on the length. Instead of tiaras and veils, beautiful women wearing hats.
The middle 20th century wedding dresses
The fashion trend 40 years underwent some major changes. All aspects of life suffered during the war, so were the wedding dresses. Since the soldiers had to go to war, the issue of marriage everything was quick and easy. Wedding dresses were sober, without any display of grandeur. With the end of the war, weddings were held during the 50's with more enthusiasm. The clothes became more luxurious, but not out of modesty. Most of the dresses had long sleeves and high neck, while some who had strapless short jackets called bolero jackets to complement the look decent. During the 60's, women became a little open-minded as a result is reflected in their preferences for wedding dresses. This resulted in short wedding dresses that were above the knee, some brides dresses allowed to reveal her thin shoulders. However, hats and gloves fort were completely in fashion and could not be less, no matter what style of dress.
The late twentieth century wedding dresses
During the 70's, designs and patterns passed through a roller coaster ride with the flow patterns, Victorian-style neckline and sleeves of Camelot. During the mid 70 raised a waist and neckline balloon sleeves were ruffled Victorian fashion. The disco craze in the 70s also influenced patterns of wedding dresses, to some extent. Batwing sleeves with long trains also a tendency famous. During the 80 marriage of Princess Diana to Prince Charles, once again bore the elegance factor that was missing a bit of wedding dress patterns in recent decades. Squares and V-neck dresses emerged during this time and the dresses were embroidered with sequins and beads. The fashion of the 80 was carried out in the 90's, with slight changes. The waist is moved further, somewhere at or above the hips. Puffy sleeves and bows that were common in those days it was to disappear in the current, ie 21st century wedding gowns.
Nowadays, people plan their weddings according to different wedding themes and wedding dresses are designed in accordance with the subject as well as the desire of the bride. The latest wedding dresses have a mix of many vintage wedding dresses, generating new and modern styles. Henceforth, the vintage wedding dress will be an inspiration for the modern world. After all, "is not Gold" was no doubt, by some smart "Foresight.