So apparently this is a thing: “Naked” wedding gowns

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From Yahoo: Some brides-to-be envision their wedding gown as their one chance to go for abundant layers of giant skirts and undergarments, enjoying the frills of an old-time princess. Others are eyeing the exact opposite, particularly if they plan on taking inspiration from Bridal Fashion Week 2017, during which Israeli designer Alon Livné White sent a model down the runway in a bejeweled nude bodysuit and a wide-open hint of a skirt. Some compare the look to that of a Las Vegas showgirl, but it’s also completely in line with the trends of the past two years.

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“I wanted to make something that is very showstopper, very unique, but still feminine and soft,” Livné told Cosmopolitan.com of the dress, called “Heaven,” which he said would be sold with a more substantial overskirt. “For the dancing, she can take off the overskirt and be more sexy.”
Much was made of the naked-wedding-dress trend during bridal shows last year. “I think the days of the bride wearing her mother’s old wedding dress are over,” Kleinfeld Bridal fashion director Terry Hall told Stylecaster. “Brides really want their own red carpet moments.”
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And that means literally taking a cue from Kim Kardashian and Rihanna for their wedding gowns. Other barely there creations shown for fall 2017 include a golden lace gown by Isabelle Armstrong, but for the really skin-revealing gowns, you need to rewind to the spring 2017 collections, such as Mira Zwillinger’s, which is almost completely made up of sheer styles.
As the New York Times pointed out last year, most brides who choose these gowns also opt for opaque, nude-colored panels or undergarments to wear underneath them.
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Dr. Eowyn
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And yet all the “naked” wedding gowns are in white! — as in white, for virginity. LOL

harpertwo
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LOL I noticed that too Dr. Eowyn. This is just a reminder to all you Muslim women on here that matching Hijabs can be purchased separately, I heard this is the rage in Saudi Arabia, or was that enrage.

TPR
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TPR

Right! For purity. Arggh. They can’t even wait to get on a honeymoon to get naked, they have to ruin the wedding instead, with no regard for their guests, either. Sickos.
Next will be see-through tuxedos for the men so they can “all hang out,” too. :-/
Most couples will NOT have model-shaped-bodies, but all the skinnies of the world & especially the celebs will jump all over it. Just. Watch.

Auntie Lulu
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Auntie Lulu

TPR . . . not only are these styles the height of vulgarity for a wedding. You have alluded to not everyone being in the physical shape of a model; case in point, look at the very last picture shown–the woman to the right in blue pants. It is quite apparent after looking at her thighs that she is packing extra baggage . . . can’t you just imagine her flouncing around in this kind of get-up. Just so that none can think I am throwing mud at this woman, I am 70, and certainly not in any kind of… Read more »

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MA in MO
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That was my thought TPR, when are we going to see the barely-there-tuxedo? So gross on so many levels.

Bramble
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Bramble

Wow! This reminds me of an interview many years ago with famous Anglo-French chef Marco Pierre White, who confessed that he was so horrified when he saw his British bride walking down the aisle toward him in the latest wedding fashion, a tight white sheath dress with both sides cut out like a swimsuit, revealing her bare midriff, that his heart sank. He said he suddenly realized their marriage was doomed, because she didn’t take it seriously as the French tend to do. She ruined the sanctity of the wedding, the whole point of getting married, and deeply embarrassed her… Read more »

Bramble
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Bramble

I reckon one of the loveliest wedding dresses is the one in that “Signing the Register” painting by Edmund Blair Leighton. The bridegroom and all the others are also beautifully done.

Steven Broiles
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EVERYTHING from our “Establishment” is an attack on human dignity. But that’s the Illuminati for you: Left is right, down is up, sick is healthy. They INVERT everything, with the intent to destroy what God Almighty has Done.
“Behold, I am Jehovah God. Those who love Me love Life, and those who hate Me love Death,” He says. We’re in a Culture of Death, all right. Question Is, WHO is telling us how to DEFEAT IT??? WHO is helping us to DEFEAT IT???

harpertwo
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Steven it seems to me the vast majority of Americans including professing Christians think that people like you and I are just right wing conspiracy nut-cases, that there is no justification in what we believe. Yet I can justify my belief from what Satanists have written themselves, America’s connection with the Biblical goddess Ishtar, who has many names; Queen of Heaven, Mother of Harlots and many other names, this goddess is a high ranking fallen angel, a Kosmokrator angel, the sme angel that the prophet Zechariah was shown moving away from her base which is known as Iraq today, nowhere… Read more »

Mistears Mom
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Hey I used to be a Las Vegas Showgirl and I worn more clothes than that stupid dress with the detachable skirt in many numbers! What a bunch of morons these designers are. These ‘nude’ look bridal dresses will be the exception not the norm worn by a select few who don’t care about anything except themselves. The epitome of narcissism and self centeredness would be to show up at your wedding in a see through dress showing everything. Can you imagine how horrified your guests would be…esh The dresses that are completely lined that do not show anything and… Read more »

marblenecltr
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Of the weddings I photographed, the Roman Catholic weddings including communion were consistently a great joy to do. I cannot imagine some of those gowns appearing anywhere near the church. If a bride has to wear such a gown, get married in Las Vegas by an Elvis impersonator, but if he asks for you to take an oath of fidelity, don’t be surprised if he whispers that you say, “I don’t, I don’t,” and then gives you his phone number and asks to privately meet you after the reception.

marblenecltr
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Reblogged this on necltr and commented:
Don’t t start the honeymoon until you get out of the church parking lot.

Glenn47
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Glenn47

I find this about as tasteful as the male models with their ding dongs hanging out. Yuck.

MomOfIV
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MomOfIV

marriage has been made into a mockery today and this is just icing on the proverbial wedding cake…pure misogyny.

Youghn
Guest

Why don’t we just change marriage completely? Make the license renewable every 4 years? God knows, most couples today are getting used models (both or all 47 sexes). Lying is the national pastime and by the age of 15 most are exposed to more violence, sex and dishonesty that someone of 100 years ago knew in a lifetime. With no fault divorce the theorem nothing is forever is verified. Maybe had a game to every ceremony betting on how long it lasts before the bride and grooms self centered attitudes wipe it out.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Anything that serves to destroy Western Culture will do, I suppose. Just like marriage being a “civil” institution. Remember the group weddings in the old USSR? Of course, even there they were clothed.