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White Bridal Gowns32 items
Why They Chose White For Their Wedding
White looks especially beautiful on brides with medium to deep complexions with warm undertones. It's a great shade for simple and dramatic gowns, working well most details that you may want for you dress. Pristine white is eternally crisp and angelic, and makes for a stunning effect for a winter wedding.
READ WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING
I really wanted my wedding to feel incredibly clean and simple, so I chose a wedding dress that was sleek with no lace or heavy embellishments. My dress had a fitted bodice and a full tulle skirt. It was all class and all white.
I have a deeper skin-tone so I knew that a stark white color is the most suitable. It was definitely the right choice because it was a bold contrast to my complexion and the color looked great in photos. I feel like it gave me a very crisp and angelic look.
I was set on a pure white gown from the beginning. It's just how I always envisioned my wedding dress. The dress that I settled on also had a deep blue sash at the waist, which contrasted so beautifully against the stark white lace details on the gown.
My bridesmaids wore ecru colored bridesmaid dresses, so I didn't want a shade of white that was too similar. Pure white was perfect because we all matched but there was also enough of a difference for me to stand out.
I have olive skin so I couldn't wear a white that has a yellow undertone. I think just pure white balanced well with my complexion. Also, we had an outdoor wedding, so I thought that pure white was just more appropriate.