Red is the color of romance, but it’s white that women choose when it comes to their weddings. It’s part of an archaic notion that white represents purity and virginity and, yes, it is wonderful to wear but some might not find it suitable, such as actresses that may find themselves on hdpornvideo xxx. However, modern times call for revamped notions. Which is why we’re seeing more and more colors incorporated into wedding dresses. They’re fun and daring. Brides looking for that extra something to make their day stand out above the rest and salons have taken notice.
The exquisite wedding dresses featured here are from Curvy Girls Bridal. Curvy Girls Bridal is the largest couture bridal salon in the
USA catering to the curvy customer. Located in the Washington D.C. area, they have close to a thousand samples in cutting edge bridal and
special occasion fashions ranging in sizes 10-32. As the premier national destination for the bride who doesn’t compromise on quality or fashion,
Curvy Girls Bridal guarantees that they will have the gown of your dreams. Additionally, their array of evening gowns will make you look “red carpet ready” for any special occasion. Check out their exquisite collections here.
Alexandra Boos is the spokesperson for Curvy Girls Bridal. Alexandra has been a pioneer in the full figured fashion industry for over two decades
with her image on hundreds of magazines and catalogs. Additionally, she has appeared in film and television, written for e-zines, acted as a
fit and design consultant, and launched several fashion lines with some of America’s top designers in New York such as Tommy Hilfiger and Liz
Claiborne. As well as appearing nationally on live television promoting products for the full-figured customer, Alexandra is the founder and CEO
of a non-profit, Luminous Foundation, Inc. The mission of this 501(c)3 is to empower women and youth through fashion and entertainment. In short, the average American woman wears a size 14 and over the last twenty years, Alexandra has become a trusted, recognizable face to the average American consumer.
We love the fact that the colors are so unconventional on these dresses and that some of them could pass for cocktail dresses. After all,
who says you can’t wear your wedding dress after your wedding?
Fit for a Disney fairy, this wedding dress is great for the youthful bride. The ruching on the bust works to accentuate, while the chiffon skirt
flows away from the body for both comfort and coverage.
Reminiscent of the 70’s disco era, this dress brings out your inner diva. The sweetheart neckline highlights the décolletage allowing you to
accessorize if you wish. We think the beading gives enough sparkle though.
When you can’t decide for a short or long dress, it’s easiest to go for a short long style. This magenta dress is short in front and long in the back so
it works for women who find it hard to choose. Along with that, the high waistline creates an illusion of slimness.
This simple wedding dress is accented by silver beading along the neckline and down the waist, but the accenting also serves a dual purpose
of creating ruching along the belly to direct the line diagonally instead of around.
The full-on ruching on this burgundy dress, paired with the flamenco style skirt bring out the exotic woman in you. What’s more, the ruching
works to slim as well!
Finally, this wedding dress in the classic floor length style features tiered folds which run down the hip to the knee. They’re dramatic and fun,
but at the same time, they help draw the eye from the middle.
Forget white, red is the new color of weddings!
All images by renowned fashion photographer Stanley Desbas.