This is the kind of dress that would be number one on plenty of brides’ lists if we were back a few decades, but all the poof has fallen out of favor. The wide skirt that ends above the knee goes well with thick stockings and simple shoes.
One of the biggest notes about this dress is the odd headpiece, which eschews the traditional veil and instead goes with a design that makes it look like she’s late, she’s late, she’s very, very late.
Layers Upon Layers
Tailors have tough jobs sometimes. A lot of times, their hard work creates amazing pieces of fanciful party gear that look lovely, but this dress is not one of those times. There are loops and rolls of fabric on the skirt, which doesn't look all that bad, though it might be pretty heavy and hard to move around in.
On the other hand, the upper part of the dress looks like it's been sewn together as if a simple office shirt was in mind. Try again, tailors.
A Bit of a Mess
We're sure that when the model slipped into this wedding dress, it looked pretty normal apart from the different layers and the different cuffs. She then walked right behind a jetliner, which got her entire outfit all rearranged. It's a shame, but we think it would have looked pretty good before it got ruined.
If you're after a wedding dress that will have people talking about it long after the wedding is over, this is the choice for you. The veil is a minimalist deal, not even covering the nose. Busting a move on the dance floor might be tough, but isn't it worth it?
Ready for a Taste of Sushi
Here's another dress that is more or less traditional but has a couple of changes to it that really help it stand out. It's designed as a skiing wedding dress, so you can get married and ski at the same time if you wish.
This was taken way back in 1965 when time and money were precious and you couldn't have everything you wanted. You had to choose. This young bride had it all, though. She married the man of her dreams while sliding down the snowy slopes.
The Bride Is in Bloom
The bride is the most beautiful woman at a wedding, no matter what she's wearing, what her hair looks like, or who did her makeup. It might be a bit hard to say she's beautiful if she's wearing this dress, but it's still quite an interesting design.
While, for the most part, it's pretty traditional, with wide straps and a veil, the main thrust of the dress is a huge poof of fabric that turns her into an egg. It could be used to hide a pregnancy or an unflattering belly while also getting the guests talking about your sense of style.