Choosing the perfect bridal ao dai (traditional Vietnamese dress) is an extremely important decision for any bride-to-be. Ao dai is a classic symbol of cultural heritage and identity for the bride. Additionally, the ao dai is often worn during the wedding ceremony and the reception, making it a significant part of the overall wedding experience. Furthermore, with so many different ao dai styles and trends out there, it can be overwhelming, to say the least.
Traditional, classic, and timeless, the ao dai is a staple in every Vietnamese woman's wardrobe. Commonly worn on many special occasions, the bridal ao dai is simply unforgettable and grandeur. More recently, Western influences have changed ao dai looks, and designers have begun incorporating more modern elements and styles to appeal to brides who seek an alternative wedding ao dai. There are also many add-ons and coverups brides can choose to adorn their ao dai and make them stand out even more.
Every bride wants to feel like royalty on their special day. You are sure to make a grand, unforgettable entrance adorned in one of our bespoke, couture bridal gowns. Our brand-new ao dai collection features five stunningly unique gowns that differ in style, color, and details. There is also a mixture of both traditional and modern ao dai styles, and even a fusion of the two; there is no doubt an ao dai for everyone in this collection! When it comes to your wedding dress there are no rules; you decide your bridal aesthetic.
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.
The áo dài is undeniably a fashion staple for women in Vietnam. For those unfamiliar, áo dài is a traditional Vietnamese costume, classically featuring a tunic and high collar, with long pants underneath. Over time, this well-adored ensemble has evolved and changed overtime to incorporate contemporary looks and modern flares, while still keeping its Vietnamese roots. Some of ways the áo dài has been modernized is through materials, necklines, nontraditional colors and silhouette shapes. The áo dài is also an incredibly versatile piece, as it can come with different designs depending on the occasion, whether it is a bridal áo dài, or for a festival or event.