Thankfully, you won't have to do it my way (you know, visiting every single bridal shop I could find in town). You can leverage the tools of the internet with shops like Rosa Novias. Finding your ideal dress can take minutes and at the comfort of your own home. To help you find your bridal style, I've included a few options for wedding dresses to choose from:
Vintage Wedding Dresses
|Half-Sleeve A-Line Tulle Wedding Dress|
|Spaghetti Strap A-Line Tulle Wedding Dress|
|A-Line Sweepbrush Train Lace and Chiffon V-Neck Wedding Dress|
There is a wide array of characteristics that define a vintage wedding dress. Most of them, though, feature ethereal elements with a maiden quality to them. Victorian styles, in particular, have a high neckline. Other vintage dresses have a flow-y and romantic silhouette.
Modern Wedding Dresses
|Strapless Beaded Lace Mermaid Dress|
|One-Shoulder A-Line Tulle Wedding Dress|
|Satin A-Line Beaded Crystal Bateau Wedding Dress|
Personally, I consider myself an old soul so I definitely do lean towards the vintage pieces. But for my own wedding gown, I decided to go for a modern dress (a sweetheart neckline lace mermaid tail dress) but with lots of vintage touches to retain that timeless appeal. That is the beauty with fashion, particularly bridal fashion, as lines have been blurred and the different elements are incorporated together as one.
Disclaimer: I was compensated for writing this post; however, the opinion expressed are my own.