Italian Wedding Dresses
All around the world and with fewer exceptions the bridal dress is about the white wedding gown. Both, traditions and religious side mention that the bride has to be untouched in the wedding day and white is primordial symbol for this part. Depending on the region and culture several others colors added were the symbols for fertility- green, for good luck- red and so on. But in general the simple white dress remains the bridal expression.
As for the cut of the dress again in almost all the regions modesty has to be on top. Especially at Catholics and orthodox Christians it is imposed that the dress on the bride’s body to cover as much as possible. Traditional Italian wedding dresses for example are the ones with not a deep cut at the cleavage, long and with sleeves. The veil is not something additional that the bride chooses to have it or not but indispensable. Moreover, there is a tradition related to this, as before the bride to walk down the aisle to tear a part from it and throw it at its back, as a sing of leaving behind all the doubts and fears.
Indeed, modernism has a word to tell as well and lately it seems that traditional side loses ground. With less interest about the aspects mentioned above Italian wedding dresses change their leading point to the sexy appearance.
Taking the example of a renowned Italian collection called “La Couture Dei Preziosi” the bridal gowns gain as the name says a precious touch, a sparkling view and an amazing overall look. It focuses more on the top part, on the corsets and necklines and just a single view on this album and you see that there is nothing in common with the traditional type of dress: open, large and deep cuts at the cleavage, daring corsets, with lines that accentuate the breasts and the silhouette in all its splendor, tight gowns revealing the best cards of a woman.
Above this, Italian wedding dresses are renowned all over in this world. And no for nothing as they have names of clothing designers that make furors. And when it comes about the bridal dresses they are not lower in quality, creative excellence side as well.
A wide range of options in models, as well on regards of the big names as designers: Giorgio Armani- the sign of elegance and supreme beauty, Franco Ciambella- with its volume added principle, classy and classic outfits from Merinda Spose or others such as Domo Adami, Giuseppe Papini, Antonio Riva, Acquachiara or Ettore Bilotta.
To sum up, Italian dresses for brides are not only surprisingly in vision but original in view and unique patterns, embellished with so romantic and refined models; high class gowns with renown- what else can a bride want more?