.From multi-coloured and cropped to fanciful and awkward, here are 15 unconventional wedding gowns for the bride who believes white is wussy and plain is for pansies.
1. Pistachio, anybody?
UAE-based designer Hamda Al Fahim's designed this soft pistachio green wedding gown fit for a whimsical garden wedding. The intricate embroidery paints a beautiful picture, one perfectly suited for a garden wedding, in fact.
2. Cut it out
If you've spent six months calorie counting for your big day, you may as well get your mid-drift out and show it off, right?
3. Chantilly lace with a pretty face
This hand embroidered French Chantilly lace dress, from USA born/Lebanon raised designer Rami Kadi, comes with an Ostrich feather cape. One thing's for sure, it's not your average wedding gown.
4. All tied up
Wrap things up with an over-sized bow on a strapless gown like this ombre fringe silk couture number from New York label, Marchesa. If it was good enough for Blake Lively in Gossip Girl, it's definitely good enough for you!
5. Slits 'n' sleeves
Long sleeves, higher slit and gentle floral prints create this wedding gown a hit, hailing from renewable New York style house Reformation, that concentrates on classic classic garments and rescued deadstock cloth.
This Zolotova Dress from Seattle established, eco-friendly bridalwear tag Wai Ching gives off-beat antiques an alternate to white and tight with rich textures and colored scraps of organic fibers, silk and hemp.
7. Oh my goth
This renaissance dream set is ideal for the gothic bride looking for a Victorian wedding. Other thematic versions from Romantic Threads include Marie Antoinette, Victorian age, Valentina and pirate steam punk.
8. Hooley tulley
If you ever wondered setting a sparkly fairy dress growing up, what better to make your fantasy come true than in your big day?
Mix your classic white wedding gown with an overlay of your favorite routine or cultural garb, such as this Scottish lass has done with bright black bows to hitch a tartan taffeta overlay.
10. All that glitters
If you would like to wear your wedding gown , opt for something a bit less formal and a bit more fun, such as this glittery gold blouse with mid-calk pink tulle skirt.
11. French belle
Mary Antoinette would approve of the beautiful flowery court dress with increased choker. Just go easy on the French champagne; excursions to the toilet are an epic effort within this imposing gown.
13. Stripes almighty
Do not like red? This bride of Bettlejuice design is totally customisable; accessible in almost any colour, with or without train, blouse or zipper back, sleeves, greater necklines and a selection of different alternatives for brides looking for something a bit less mainstream.
The long dress
Why it works: Without utilizing the ancient 2000s-era word'boho', (well, there you go...), Rose Byrne's apparel choice evokes relaxed and easy chic. She makes it ideal to get a more formal occasion with her contemporary up-do, dark red lipstick, characterized eyebrows and mascara-heavy eyes. Additionally, this is not the opportunity to take a shoulder strap handbag; her clutch makes it far more elegant.
The woman: Cool and nonchalantly effortlessly fashionable. Rose Byrne is famous for her taste in clothing and this surely does not disappoint.
The skater apparel
Why it works: it is a perennial favorite for most women and with great reason. Fitted at the top, nipped in at the waist and flared around the buttocks, it is universally flattering. Natalia Vodianova prevents it from being sick sweet by deciding on a darker color and undone hair. A fussy hair design will ruin the result.
The woman: Ladylike and timeless. Other lovers of the dress? Sienna Miller.
Why it works: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley barely places a sartorial foot incorrect. Although this look appears contemporary, she follows old-school principles like fitting her lipstick on her dress, along with her shoes to her clutch.
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