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Wedding Dress Myths

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Wedding Dress Myths This is a short account of some popular, interesting and peculiar myths regarding wedding dresses that I have heard about and come across many a time and I want to share some of the very interesting ones with you.

Whether there is any truth in any of these myths is unknown to me and I would suggest you read the following if you have some time to kill and or if your Sunday afternoon is dragging on relentlessly.

According to popular belief you can only exclusively wear a white dress when you're tying the knot for the first time. Well, I think that's just bizarre because suddenly you have no other choice of color. You are forced to forego exciting colors like plum, fuchsia, mint, bushing pink and a whole palette of other shades.

All the mentioned colors would add to the bride being the center of attention and further add to her presence. It wasn't until after the marriage of Queen Victoria to Albert in 1840 when the white wedding dress actually became hugely famous.

Contrary to popular belief the color white wasn't necessarily meant to portray purity, innocence and virginity.

Actually the color that symbolized purity was supposed to be blue. It was only when the churches started using the color white to signify purity and chasteness that it became a symbol of innocence and everything pure. Ever wondered why angels are always shown dressed in white?

There are even some arguments that state that it is not a good idea to wear a Blusher veil or a long train if it is your second time on the aisle.

I don't think that's such a big deal because the new mantra of the fashion world is simple, chic and elegant. But a veil and long flowing train always are showstoppers at a wedding nevertheless.

In a nutshell, do not let your wedding dress alone define your big day.

Concentrating on having a happy and healthy wedded life is something you should put the all your energy on rather than fretting over all the myths and misconceptions about wedding dresses.

By FW Editor


Tags: women, wedding, myth



Category: Women  - ( Women Archive)

Date Added: 05 March '10


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