The ao dai, a classic staple in a Vietnamese woman's wardrobe, can be styled in many different ways. Conventionally, for a wedding look, the bride would pair her ao dai ensemble with the traditional Vietnamese hat, called khan dong. Nowadays, some ao dai designs have been modernized and Westernized slightly with matching accessories, add-ons, and color schemes. Today, we will show you some different ways you can style an ao dai for both modern and traditional brides.
We've all heard of the term haute couture, but what does it really mean in fashion? The literal translation from French to English is 'high dressmaking' or 'high sewing'; however, there's much more to it than this. The term is commonly used to refer to custom, made-to-order garments, emphasizing the artisanal expertise and skills in the fashion world. Today, we intend to explore this concept of 'Haute Couture' and how it relates to our work and craftsmanship at Dream Dresses by P.M.N.
Elopement weddings could be your calling if you're a couple looking for an unbelievably intimate occasion to celebrate your love. Elopements have become increasingly popular over time, and it is easy to see why! Location is one of the most important factors to consider when choosing to elope, and why not choose somewhere special and romantic that is significant for you and your partner?
An ao dai is a piece that will never go out of style, especially within the Vietnamese community where it originates. The ao dai's versatility, variety of styles, designs and color schemes, and classic, timeless aesthetic, make it the perfect option for blushing brides looking to make an unforgettable entrance on their magical day. For years and years, the red ao dai has been a go-to wedding ensemble for Vietnamese brides.
There are a lot of things to consider when wedding planning, such as the wedding theme, the decor, the outfits, the food, and most importantly, where your wedding will take place. Nowadays, weddings can be hosted practically anywhere, from the beach, to a quaint chapel, and even on top of a cliffside mountain. Before you can book a venue or schedule dates, you will need to consider whether you want your wedding ceremony, and after-party, to be held indoors or outdoors.