Colors in Wedding Dresses

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Now-a-days people prefer to wear dresses with different styles and colors that incorporate their personalities.  Costume designing is a creative field that demands lots of patience and ideas. You present your various ideas in a dress and this should perfectly match your clients. Different occasions demand for different themed dresses like wedding gowns, prom dresses, party wear or bridesmaids dresses.

These days wedding gowns are available in different colors. Hence, more and more brides are opting for the colored gowns than those of the traditional ones. White is still popular wedding dress color as it gives classic touch. Many girls imagine themselves in white wedding gowns as a bride. Or, you can even choose that color which reflects the season of your wedding. Whatever color you choose, every color has its own unique meaning. Here are some of the popular colors for your wedding gowns:

White

represents purity, innocence, wholeness and perfection. It gives the feeling of peace and comfort. White is traditional color making it the color of regality.

Ivory

a traditional color, is a softer version of white with a little touch of cream and brown giving it nickname tainted white. Ivory color flatters most skin tones thus, more popular in modern times for wedding dresses.

Red

is a bold color that represents confidence and optimism with lots of energy.

Blue

is a symbol of conservative and introvert personality. It represents not just calmness and peacefulness also conveys femininity, life, purity and also symbolizes stability, security and lifelong loyalty.

Pink

is associated with innocence, love, good health and life, purity and freshness. It is normally associated with women and femininity. Pink can represent flirtatious personality.

Silver

has a feminine energy; it is related to the moon and the ebb and flow of the tides – it is fluid, emotional, sensitive and mysterious, soothing, calming and purifying. Silver among your wedding colors will create a mood of elegance and femininity.

Purple

is a royal color. It is a color of magic, mystery, creativity and strength. People who love this color tend to be unconventional, witty, sensitive and dignified.

Each and every color represents certain feelings, emotions, and states of mind. Different colors have different meanings in different cultures. While choosing the color for your gowns, you may need to keep these things in mind. Every bride is different and so is the dress and the color. So choose color that best represents you and resembles you in your lifetime auspicious day—wedding.

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