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Our vintage wedding gowns feature styles from a range of popular eras. Shop gowns inspired by wedding dresses of the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s for a timeless silhouette. Or, for an updated retro look, choose a gown with charming lace sleeves, modest necklines and gorgeous button-ups inspired by the stunning look of mid-century 1950s and 1960s wedding dresses.
With thousands of breathtaking styles to choose from, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed picking the perfect wedding gown. Sometimes, it’s difficult to know whether the styles you’ve been admiring in your stack of bridal magazines will actually suit you when you try them on. You can spend hours searching for the wedding dress of your dreams, but how many can a girl try on before they all blend into a beautiful, white blur?
We are only three months into the new year, and there are many new options for wedding dresses for brides to choose from. Whether you want to pull off a “princess” look or a more traditional style, there are many new dresses that feature some of the wedding dress trends for 2018. These different styles are best worn in certain types of venues. For example, most women don’t wear large princess-like dresses to an outdoor wedding because they don’t want to risk having the wind blow their dress around. A sleeve gown is perfect for an outdoor wedding because the design is generally more streamlined.