Black Wedding Gown
But traditions and modernism side do not match too well one to another. It is either one side, either the opposite, a 360 ˚ turning. And so, from the white dress and impeccable look the brides get to colored ones, vivid nuances that take everyone’s eyes. And to be more daring, to continue with the same shocking line or just to take as reference the elegance of the dress and not its colors some of the fearless brides to be recur to black wedding gown.
At first sight and thought a back dress is appropriate to wear at any event, at weddings as well but no you in the bride’s posture- not forbidden by any religious dogmas but more like an unwritten rule and not in the priests’ agreement. Not about the pattern or the style chosen but the color is the one that horrifies when thinking about a bride in black dress.
It all starts with the symbolism, with the significance of the color. Black is the white opposite so it is representative for sadness, for funerals in general. Widows are the correlate image for brides in black. So, considering this, why is it that one thinks about this type of dress for its wedding day? Not even those brides that have passed through the second wedding do not think about a purely white gown but nor black. The answer will be the lack of care for any of these interpretations and old beliefs, for any of the superstitions.
So, apart from all these, there are superstitions as well. Not only all the things expressed so far but add the fact that black it is said that will influence your mood and mostly, it will remain as an imprint for your wedded life. Metaphorically speaking, this means that you are prone to unhappy life, to many problems to deal with and even failed marriage. Consequently, the black wedding gown could only bring bad luck and not reverse order. So, true or not many brides will take this as a leader aspect and will no want to assume such a risk.
But from all these perspectives no one seems to have taken into account the simple black as color and not such a deep meaning. The elegance, the imposing appearance in a black dress, the fact that it makes one look slimmer, the fact that it matches to any bride type as body shapes and whole figure look, with any wedding style and type, matching with any other nuance. But with the balance inclined more to those connotations it seems that others references are almost nonexistent.11