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Wedding Dresses Inspired By Every Decade

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Wedding Dresses Inspired By Every Decade

Do you feel like you belong to a different decade? If you’re in love with everything vintage, then why not rock a vintage bridal look inspired by your favorite decade?

Whether you relate with the 20’s, 50’s, or even 90’s, there is always a fashionable way to pull off a vintage bridal look.

Here are some beautiful vintage bridal looks we love, and how you can get them:

  • The 20’s: Think of Art Deco embellishments, dropped waistlines, and even flapper style dresses! Check this magical gown by Ellis Bridal.


  • The 30’s:  In the 1930s brides wore figure hugging gowns with long trains. Just like this glamorous Justin Alexander dress.


  • The 40’s:  The 1940s was a wartime, and brides dressed in long and narrow skirts. Once the war ended,  brides started wearing bridal gowns with V-shaped illusion necklines and squared-off shoulders.  This 40’s inspired dress is by Halfpenny London.


  • The 50’s: The hourglass silhouette was very popular in this era, skirts embroidered with lace,  some brides also liked to wear shorter ballerina-length dress. As for the necklines, sweetheart and bateau necklines were popular, as well as corseted waists. We love this dress by Dido Couture.


  • The 60’s: Brides started to opt for simpler styles and mini dresses, the more feminine designs were known as babydoll dress. Puffy sleeves and peter pan necklines were also very popular. Check out this adorable dress by Candy Anthony.


  • The 70’s: This era was all about flowing feminine dresses, brides embraced the boho-chic look, just like this chic Oscar de La Renta dress.


  • The 80’s: This era was all about glamour, ruffles, statement sleeves, think of Princess Diana’s look on her wedding day, the puffier the dress the better, just like this royal Katerina Bocci wedding dress.


  • The 90’s: Brides embraced minimalistic styles, and strapless or more revealing dresses became more popular.  Check out this elegant Vera Wang wedding dress.