If you're in the process of organising your wedding, chances are you've googled 'wedding day style' at least once. Its a tough one to know, because unless you've been married before, you probably haven't thought about what your wedding day style would be (or what it even is).
Everyone's personal everyday style varies, but it can always be categorised in some way. You might be the type of girl who lives in denim, or the girl who's always updating her look with accessories, or the girl who only wears bright colour—whatever way you define your style, those are the pieces you gravitate towards for your every day dressing. The same goes for your wedding day style.
I recently attended a Vera Wang bridal showcase, and during the presentation, we were told that the designer creates her gowns for seven different types of brides (and supposedly everyone falls into one of these categories). Keep scrolling to discover what they are, and find your bridal day vibes.
When you think of the 'traditionalist bride', she's the girl in the 'classic' bridal dress. Think full skirt, a veil, and tulle.
The Vera Wang traditionalist bride? Ivanka Trump.
The modernist bride favours clean lines and simple shapes—think one shoulder dresses, and structural cut-outs.
The Vera Wang modernist bride? Alicia Keys.
The individualist bride will always have a point of difference to her look—something unexpected. Think along the lines of—an intricate neckline or unique fabric.
The Vera Wang individualist bride? Victoria Beckham.
The romanticist bride will usually opt for a sweetheart neckline, and beautiful lace detailing.
The Vera Wang romanticist bride? Jessica Simpson.
The minimalist bride opts for simple and classic. Think column dresses, simple silk, and minimal detailing.
The Vera Wang minimalist bride? Kate Waterhouse.
The exhibitionist bride will make sure all eyes are on her. How? A long train, or a mini length, or OTT embellishments.
The Vera Wang exhibitionist bride? Mariah Carey.