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A bride always seeks to be impeccable, from her shoes to her wedding hairstyle. But it is by thinking about the outfit she will wear that the biggest doubts arise, since the range of options is huge, as well as models and cuts. When you think about the pleated effect the first reference that usually comes to mind are dresses from the 20’s, 50’s and 60’s, when this style was consolidated.

This effect can also be applied to wedding dresses, leaving the models with an even more romantic look and a vintage touch. Learn more about this effect and get all the answers so you only need to choose the ideal bouquet of flowers for your C-day.

Fabrics

The word pleated comes from the French expression “plissé”, which means “pleated” in the case of fine and regular pleated dresses, usually made by machine or chemical process in a way that does not come apart. The technique came to life in the 1920s, being applied mainly in party dresses with fluid skirts, and now returns to street fashion and bridal fashion with great force.

The pleated models can be made with various fabrics, but there are some options that are more suitable. The ideals are organza, taffeta and satin. Thinner fabrics, such as cotton gauze, can also be used for pleating.

Harmony of necklines

A pleated skirt because it is harmonized with numerous types of wedding dress models, and this includes the types of necklines as well. It all depends on what style of bonding each bride wishes to have, and whether the whole style of the party is in tune as well. For relaxed, outdoor celebrations that feature rustic wedding decorations, a boho-chic atmosphere dress and all fluid is the best request. In this case, an empire-cut bridal gown with canoe neckline is ideal, and you can also play with a 3/4 sleeved dress model with neckline on the back.

V-necklined dresses are also widely used with this style of fabric, since it verticalizes the entire model. This effect is ideal for those who want to look taller and thinner and, with the V-neck, you can invest in more classic dresses, perfect for ties with simple and elegant wedding decoration.

Some care

Although the bride’s style and what she really wants to wear is the top priority, pleated skirt suits are more recommended when worn at low volume. Although it is a princess wedding dress, where the waist is well marked and the skirt has layers, it is possible to put a pleat with wider pleats and less volume, so that the effect is not lost. More fluid and straight skirts contribute to this.

Because it has a well marked structure, the pleat may give the impression of wider hips, but still nothing prevents women who have hips from using them. What you should bear in mind is that heavier fabrics make the skirt closer to the bodyso you’d better go for them.

A wedding dress should above all reflect the personality of its owner, and even if pleats have been among the trends of recent seasons and are still a success year after year, it is important to take into account their personal tastes. If you’ve already sent out your wedding invitations and already know what you want on your queen’s day, look at the gallery we’ve prepared and decide if the plissé will accompany you!

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