Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Would You Want to Wear Black Wedding Dress?
For a few centuries in a row girls have worn white wedding dresses on their big days. And while designs of dresses changed throughout the period the color stayed the same. It’s probably only ivory that is more or less close in popularity to white when it comes to bridal gowns. However, there is a designer, one of the best in the industry, who believes a wedding dress can be black… It’s Vera Wang.
Vera Wang has experimented with colors before. She’s tried green, blue and even purple. But for Spring 2013 season she went to the extreme – she sent 9 of her models down the runway in black pieces.
Of course Vera Wang’s black wedding dresses were as chic and fabulous as dresses of other colors but they still were black, which was odd and crazy in the sense that black color is a symbol of mourn in many cultures.
The designer explains her decision:
“I found black to be fresh and tongue in cheek. With all the big weddings that happened this year, it was fun to step out of the box. I did take it to a witchy kind of place. For me, it helped build a sense of mystery that I was hungry for. And it added this sensuality and sexuality, and a little bit of severity, too.”
Maybe the idea is interesting but I wouldn’t want to wear black on my wedding. Would you?