Monday December 17, 2012
Our Top 8 2013 Retro Wedding Dresses
They designed these wedding dresses with the past in mind, but don’t make brides look like they are starring in an epic historic film. Details from the past include tiles of tulle, jacquard print, floral applique, and long lace sleeves. Check out this dress by Badgley Mishcka!
Lace is a retro detail most popular in the early 1900s. Wedding dress designer Anne Barge covered this sweetheart neckline with an a-line skirt wedding dress with romantic lace.
Claire Pettibone incorporated 1830 floral print with a thin over skirt from the early 1900s is retro with grace. Lace and soft colors were the popular trend during this time.
Dennis Basso uses a corset to shape the silhouette of brides who wear this dress. The corset has been a popular body shaper for women and brides since 1560.
Birnbaum and Bullock revitalized the retro look from the glamour of the 1930s. Barely there lace covers the dress with pretty tiers to add a bit of depth.
Former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy made this wedding dress by Amsale, that has a bateau neckline with a satiny sheen, a favorite for brides forever.