Tartan wedding gown
Of course that the wedding dress must also match with the wedding concept, style and theme and so if you choose a different and unusual pattern for your dress, the whole wedding must keep this plan. In other words, you must match these aspects.
Different options are available, each and every one with its charm. But as much as you think about something original as crazy look your dress will have. Like the tartan wedding gown.
Tartan is a material with a crisscross design: horizontal lines in multiple colors. It is corralled with Scotland as it is their traditional outfit material. But not only Scottish people appreciate this and as you can see even the weeding gowns are made out of this.
If you plan a Scottish wedding or an imitation of this because you like it so much then you should know that the wedding dress has an established pattern. It is a dress inspired form ancient period. The above part has a tight corset that reveals a sexy cleavage, sleeveless but it depends as well on the season when the wedding takes place, while the bottom part is a large skirt, long, with hoop skirt under. The design represents a mixture of tartan with white and part of the above material in pick up style.
To be honest a tartan wedding gown ruins the visual image of a tradition bride, except of course from the Scottish people and culture. As I was saying a bride is represented by that diaphanous purely white dress. It is your only day in life when you have the chance to wear it. But if you consider Scotland influence of such importance for you, if you are the romantic type and what to combine both styles then make the combination of tartar with silk for example. Add a sash, a ribbon or just a drawstring at the waist or at the corset. This way you combine an original style with a touch of history and the desirable white dress. Another useful idea would be to have the simple bridal dress and a tartan cape.
All in all, tartan wedding dresses have their own magic effect. They are special, unique pattern, representing a specific culture and hardly to fall into a common ell with this. So, what are you waiting for?11