Author Topic: We Asked,You Told:4 Readers' Wedding Dresses That Are Better From the Back  (Read 710 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline miumiubridal

  • Posting For Fun!
  • **
  • Posts: 5
    • View Profile
For many wedding dresses these days, they are often better from the back! Whether you choose a gown with a statement back or just happen to like its buttons or skin-baring neckline, giving your guests something to look at while you recite your vows at the altar is never a bad idea. We see so many gorgeous dresses from all different angles, but we thought it would be extra fun to reach out to our Facebook followers to see what kind of photos you had captured from the flip side! Here are four girls wedding dresses of our favorites:

We loved bride Deena Decker's beautiful wedding dresses, seen above. The keyhole back is having a big moment right now, and this is total evidence why. Especially striking is the way the scalloped lace trimming her veil accents the back. It's romantic and daring at the same time.

Photo From: MiuMiuBridal Wedding Dresses

Bride Courtney Gabelbauer's ivory wedding dresses is the epitome of ladylike — Audrey Hepburn would absolutely approve! Brides planning a sophisticated, uptown affair with retro touches should consider a similar bow-adorned look.

We're utterly obsessed with bride Jessi Dodson's boho look. Her low-backed lace look was completed with a simple bow and a trendy flower crown.

Maybe we're just taken with this sweet photo, but bride Danielle Joy Cole's princess wedding dresses couldn't be more lovely. The back of it benefits from the way the graphic lace straps frame her shoulders.

Love what you see here? For more wedding dresses,click here:

Some related information is below:

Offline Perfect

  • Cokoye
  • *****
  • Posts: 8237
  • Gender: Male
    • View Profile
    • Africa Online Forums Nigeria | Ghana forum| Kenya Communites| Uganda
As a man I understand that this is wedding dresses, after wedding what can these dresses be used for again? What is your thought?


With Quick-Reply you can write a post when viewing a topic without loading a new page. You can still use bulletin board code and smileys as you would in a normal post.

Name: Email:
How many character is in the word "COKOYE":

Related Topics