Trendy wedding gowns for Brides: Polka-Dotted Wedding Dresses
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Polka dots first became common on clothing in the late nineteenth century in Britain. Until now this kind of pattern has appeared in many things such as toys, furniture, accessories and especially in clothing.
What I love about this polka-dotted pattern on women’ clothing is that it is fun, whimsical, retro, funky and feminine all at the same time. It suites all ages and all tastes. I don’t see why wedding dresses shouldn’t have polka dots on them.
This polka-dotted wedding dress by Caroline Herrera can be as romantic and feminine as any other dress
Tea-length wedding dresses by Michelle Roth; Candy Anthony are totally fit for young & modern bride
This white polka dot dress from J.Crew will make you become an elegant bride
Ball-gown dress with tulle overlay designed by Maggie Sottero for a 'Princess bride'
Dreamy Cinderella-inspired tutu wedding dress by Christos
Maggie Sotterro’s Rasharna wedding dress has a full dotted organza skirt in blush – a subtle complement to the ivory and champagne bust.
J. Crew’s wedding dresses with polka dots are lovely, breezy-looking dress that would be perfect for a garden wedding or beach wedding