Corset Wedding Dresses - Are They Right For You?
Love is in the air, you're dreaming of walking down the aisle to your wonderful husband and you're wondering what type of wedding gown you should choose. You want a bridal dress that will be comfortable, stylish and make you look like a million bucks.
The earliest corsets were called "payre of bodies" or "stays." They flattened the bust and pushed the breasts upward giving emphasis on the bust and small waistline. The corset turned the upper body into a cone or cylinder shape. Corsets began appearing in the middle of the 16th century and were worn by most women.
Like everything else, styles come and go and the corset gown which was very fashionable in the 18th century is making a comeback as a traditional style wedding dress as well as in Gothic and medieval bridal themes.
The unique dress below is made of bridal matte satin and is adorned with clear cut crystals, champagne beads and matching ribbon. The front of the gown has a sweetheart neckline with the same crystals and beading.
How to Find a Corset Wedding Dress
The above gown is made from organza with the bustle starting from the beaded waistline creating a carefree effect.
The above sleeveless organza gown with soft vertical gathers is trimmed under the bust with a delicate cluster of crystals. The dress has an asymmetric midriff flowing into a side bouffant skirt panel with rosette accents.
Your bridal dress will probably be the most expensive item of clothing you ever purchase; so take your time while looking at the many options for corset wedding dresses.
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