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Vintage Wedding Dresses


Vintage Wedding Dresses

Many of you must have heard of and seen Vintage or antique cars.   They are a collector’s items and many vintage car lovers consider this as an investment with the hope that the value will increase over time. 

Then what about Vintage dresses and more so Vintage Wedding Dresses?  We ladies were having tea one day and a daughter of one of the ladies among us is going to get married in 2015.   The mother lamented that it’s very stressful to shop for designer wedding dresses and her daughter is frantically searching for her dream dress.  Rather then getting a dress off the rack, why not go for a  Vintage Wedding Dress,  I suggested.  It’s actually a personal preference really  whether you want to get a modern wedding dress or something that belongs to the times of your grandma for your Big day.

The word ‘Vintage’ is used to describe clothings between 20 to 100 years old.   They can be used, handmade or newly manufactured according to the designs of days of yore.   Nowadays modern brides are looking to vintage designs for inspiration and some vintage designs can be very feminine and glamorous.    Wearing a vintage wedding dress can transform a bride to true Hollywood icons!

Sometimes if you buy a used Vintage Wedding Dress, you’ll need to bear in mind that the dress being old with age may come with brown stains on the lace and part of the bodice which may be  silk or satin.  How to go about getting rid of these age old stains can be a crucial factor  and if you have no idea  how to go about cleaning it, the dress may shrink upon contact with water.

Look no further if you are keen to purchase a vintage wedding dress.  There’s a huge selection here at
DresseStylist and they are now at affordable and fantastic prices which will suit your budget perfectly.  Why pay more to your retailer when you can buy on-line and save much more?

There’s a wide range of vintage wedding dresses like :-


this sweep train ball gown sweetheart tulle satin beading wedding dress



court train A-line off the shoulder tulle satin beading wedding dress



ankle length trumpet mermaid sweetheart taffeta ruffle wedding dress



chapel train A-line straps sating embroidery wedding dress



floor-length A-line straps tulle satin beading wedding dress



You can also recommend this website to your friends who are going to tie the knot in 2015 and what’s more important than to look your best on your wedding day!

Comments

  1. Gorgeous designs. I wish I were walking down the aisle again! :)

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  2. No wedding is complete without a wedding dress. The wedding dresses in long island are one of the best that you'll ever see. Their design line showcases different styles to suit the taste of the bride.

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    1. My husband and I could not be happier with our decision to hold our wedding at this location for vows. We had a fusion wedding, which was complex and involved many moving parts, and we were in expert hands with their manager, our day-of coordinator (as well as the rest of the staff).

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  3. No wedding is complete without a wedding dress. The wedding dresses in long island are one of the best that you'll ever see. Their design line showcases different styles to suit the taste of the bride.
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  4. Nice and great design, this will be the trends of wedding dresses 2016 stlye guidline.

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