Chic wedding dresses

Wedding Dresses | August 18 2019 | by Jenny | 4 Comments

Contemporary brides have lots of options when it comes to choosing a superb modern wedding dress that can fit and flatter their silhouette and their personality perfectly! In this article we are going to talk about chic wedding dresses and present you a few samples made by famous fashion designers, hopefully you will find something suitable. The chic style is not hard to describe, but it’s never easy to find a proper definition that can embody all the qualities or the main features that we can refer to.

If we are to find a few words that can somehow speak of the real chic style we would mention: boldness, high class, refinement, dynamic and unpredictable lines, ultra-elegance, natural sophistication, coquetry, unconventionality, modern beauty, excellence, exquisiteness, nonchalance, sensuality, glamour, femininity, creativity and artistry. The list can continue, but we’re sure that you can imagine for yourself the rest of the defining characteristics.

Not all brides of today are ready or willing to assume a different type of look for the big day – one that’s rather extravagant, dramatic, unforeseeable and original than standard and plain. What you should know about the chic style is that the most important feature that stands at the base of all voguish couture wedding dresses is the simplicity. Behind the intricate asymmetrical cuts and patterns, the lines and the stitches are simplistic.

You can browse through many innovative and vanguardist types of chic wedding dresses where the overall design is extremely simple, natural and flowing. This is exactly where all the drama and the sophistication come from. Isn’t it paradoxical? Of course it is, but it’s the truth and the secret or most wedding dress designers who are creating such phenomenal masterpieces especially for the contemporary independent bride to wear on the big day.

The main purpose of a chic wedding dress is to provide the bride with more uniqueness, dazzling elegance and a glamorous coquette silhouette. All modern brides dream of wearing a gorgeous wedding dress that can help them differentiate from the rest of contemporary brides who may also wear a beautiful white wedding gown. There’s no better or faster way of obtaining this distinguished look than by opting for a truly spectacular modern chic wedding dress.

The dresses in the pictures below can be worn on both formal and informal wedding ceremonies, depending on the preferences of each bride in part and the way one decides to wear it. For a couture wedding dress to look attractive and one of a kind the happy bride must know how to wear it. The bridal attitude is even more important than the dress’s chic design! If you don’t feel confident in an unconventional chic wedding dress perhaps you should not opt for this style.11

4 Comments

  1. Jillian

    November 11, 2010 at 1:25 am

    Hi!

    Who is the designer of the third “chic” wedding dress, and where can I find it?

    Thanks,
    Jillian

  2. Anna

    November 11, 2010 at 5:28 am

    Hi Jillia! The third dress is made by Joaquim Verdú for his 2010 Bridal Collection

    Try on his website:
    http://www.joaquimverdu.es/

    Regards,
    i-weddingdresses.com

  3. quirshy

    November 13, 2010 at 11:33 pm

    These dresses make me want to quab out and set everyone on feken fire..QUIRSHY out

  4. Colette

    March 29, 2011 at 4:03 am

    I agree with everything that you are saying about how a chic dress should look like. I would add femininity and a certain type of comfort. I can’t imagine a chic dress i wouldn’t be able to walk in just because it goes in the other categories. As for these wedding dresses you put here… wow and wow again. they are not only chic, they are …just wow. I think they are the image of the modern and sophisticated bride that wants to look feminine at the same time. And the last dress is just magnificent, while I like the hat of the second dress. I find the first dress chic as well, but dresses the body just too much for my taste. the last one though is indescribable, it’s… wow.

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