Graphic: 100 years of wedding dresses
From the ruffles and petticoats to Kim K-inspired cut outs, our wedding dresses have come a long way. Have a look at how much we’ve changed our wedding gown tastes – and in which ways we haven’t changed at all.
The story of the wedding dress starts somewhere around the 1900s, when people decided that it should be a) white and b) special.
Since then, we haven’t quite lost sight of the white and special parts, but we’ve certainly added a few chapters. From full, frothy bustles to the sleekest sheath styles, the designs have been chopped and changed, spun and spruced but the dress itself has remained a central character of any wedding day.
If you’re interested in seeing just how much our style in dresses has changed over the last hundred years, have a look at our brand new graphic.
Which one does your dress look most like?