Friday, 20 January 2012

What makes for a good Wedding dress?

Are you Conservative? A Traditionalist? Or a Contemporary Bride who will try anything that will make you stand out from the crowd?

There are many things we see that take the catwalk some we see to be tasteful ... Others are a designers expression for Art that is not practical but sets the theme and mood for what's to come ... But for your wedding day most brides look for the "WOW" factor whether it be in the length of the trail, how big the skirt is, how unique and original it is, or much bling is on the dress. One common factor to most Brides is being a little conservative in the eyes of their guests...

When browsing through the news, the headlines or even random things seen on the internet, one has to ask "What were they thinking?"

This goes beyond the point of revealing, to the point of what's left to see...




"The G-String wedding dress that will make the whole congregation Blush, never mind the bride ....Here comes the bride... avert your eyes! The revealing wedding 'dress' made a splash on the Berlin catwalk this morning ... Risqué: Berlin-based label Kaviar Gauche presented the revealing wedding outfit during Berlin Fashion Week earlier today"

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2089041/A-wedding-dress-make-congregation-blush-mind-bride.html#ixzz1k02i9FAI



This Makes for a colourful time... But all that Hair makes me want to itch



"My Big Fat Gypsy hair-dresser! TV travellers' seamstress creates £50,000 wedding gown made of human hair... Hair comes the bride: Thelma Madine, who is the dress maker on My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding, has created a wedding gown made of human hair. It weighs 15 stone and is a size 6 ... Locked down: It took the handy work of eight members of staff  to make and contains 250 metres of hair. They also used tens of thousands of individual hair wefts and different pieces of hair, 1500 crystals and 12 underskirts"

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2061851/My-Big-Fat-Gypsy-hair-dresser-TV-travellers-seamstress-creates-50-000-wedding-gown-human-hair.html#

What's your opinion? What do you look for when you think of your big day?

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