When it comes to deciding on your wedding dress, there are a plethora of options out there concerning the dress, the design, the silhouette, and the material. A lot of pressure is placed on brides to have the exact details already decided before attending any wedding dress fittings. There is also the influence of current trends and wedding dress 'rules' that float around the bridal fashion scene that can impact your decision. We are here to tell you that you shouldn't feel obliged to follow any rules when choosing your wedding dress; there are no rules; it is your special day!
With summer almost over and fall soon upon us, we thought, why not take you on a little behind-the-scenes journey of our gorgeous farmyard photoshoot with ethereal horses? After a sneak peek at these enchanting photos, you will no doubt lust after balmy summer nights and warm sunny days. The shoot's aesthetic encompasses rustic charm meets romantic elegance; we love the simple yet chic vibe! High fashion, captivating scenery, and show-stopping bouquets, what more could you ask for?
In the fashion world, we are constantly looking for ways to elevate and enhance style; what better way to achieve this than with accessories and add-ons? Within the wedding dress industry, the convertible dress has become a huge trend. We are now able to completely modify and change a bridal look with certain detachable additions, such as trains, overskirts, capes, and sleeves.
Are you looking for the perfect ensemble to pair with your bride's classy and timeless bridal ao dai? We have the perfect groom ao dai options for you! Traditionally, the dragon resembles the groom in Vietnamese wedding culture and symbolizes power, wisdom, and strength. Why not stand tall and proud like the dragon, and opt for one of our regal and royal-looking ao dai jackets to say 'I do' in?
Throughout Vietnamese fashion history, the ao dai, a traditional Vietnamese ensemble that typically features a long tunic worn over pants, has been through many trends and styles, in particular, the bridal ao dai. Although the ao dai has evolved and changed, it still remains a staple garment in Vietnam fashion. Today, we will explore how the Vietnamese bride has changed over time, alongside the style of the ao dai.