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Sunday, April 15, 2012

Vintage Wedding Gowns


Want a look that will blow your groom away? Consider looking for a vintage designer gown like this vintage Dior in gold.  Expensive? Well it's not cheap! But depending on how much you like 'the hunt' for just the right gown,' you might score one of these for less than you think.

This gown will go down in history as memorable (as will you when you wear it!).  So consider going vintage, even if it isn't vintage Dior, there are other vintage gowns out there that will give you the look without the high price tag.


The lace confection (above) topped with a pearl necklace is breathtaking! Sometimes there is no replacing true vintage! The Edwardian look dress above with it's tiny pleated sleeves and other detailing is absolutely exquisite!


Or consider going Hollywood with this romantic look from the '50s.  This stunner of a Hollywood look is a white ball gown with a fitted shirred waist and a large bow in back below the zipper. This dress' snug fit against the bust, with an outer layer of fabric that stands out a bit is classic Old Hollywood chic!. Labeled a Mike Benet Formal.

No matter what look you're going for, there is a vintage gown out there somewhere with your name on it! Happy hunting!


4 comments:

vintage style wedding rings said...

My friend got married last week and she wore a dress that looked similar to this Vintage Dior Wedding Gown. The color is so special, she looked stunning. But personally, I prefer the Holliwood look, as I always imagined myself as a litlle girl.

Nancy Ross Vecchione said...

Thanks for commenting. That dress sure is something special!

But if you like the Hollywood look, check out this dress:

http://theweddingqueen.blogspot.com/2012/02/having-garden-wedding.html

It's a custom dress by Veronica Sheaffer, heart stoppingly gorgeous!

Kristina - CT Photo Booth Rental said...

Wow! Those vintage wedding gowns are really beautiful and unique. I like it! Thanks for sharing this post to us.

Nancy said...

You are welcome Kristina. I love sharing things that I think are special with my readers. Thanks for reading, and for commenting.