Black Bridesmaid Dresses

Thinking of Wearing a Black Bridesmaid Dress?

A black bridesmaid dress sighting always portrays an image of elegance. Whether they are short, long, or some other custom fit, elegant and sophisticated is the first word that will come to your mind when you see black bridesmaid dresses. You can never go wrong with a black dress for it never goes out of style. It goes well with almost all colors.

It goes without saying that accessories of any color look perfect on a black bridesmaid dress. This means that you can wear the black dress on other occasions. Kristin Davis’ character in the movie “Sex and the City” showcased the style and sophistication of the black bridesmaid dress in her best friend’s wedding. [Continue reading..]

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Today black bridesmaid dresses are a popular choice for weddings. But this choice of color wasn’t some modern statement from the likes of Vera Wang, who currently reigns supreme as one of the most recognized a renown designers of wedding dresses. If you have not heard of Vera Wang, you have definitely seen her work in creating bridal wear for the likes of celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Lopez just to name a few. The shade is classic and could never be boring. Bridesmaid dresses in black complement the whiteness of the bridal gown. The color is nothing but elegant and fitting for all wedding seasons.

Black Bridesmaid Dress History

The fact is that black bridesmaid dresses have been worn centuries ago by many different cultures. Historically black dresses were worn in weddings where the bride had recently lost a loved family member. In contrast, Spanish and Roman Catholic weddings, the black dress was used to signify the bride’s commitment to the groom and till death do us part.

During the late 19th century, black dresses began to lose their appeal due to the morbid association of mourning, loss and death. It even developed into taboo for the groom’s mother and the bride to be if black was worn at the wedding since it signified sorrow to choice of spouse for marriage.

Black Bridesmaid Dresses for Todays Weddings

From mourning and mystery, the black color evolved to find a niche in art and fashion. The insanity came to an end and black became one of the most popular colors, and flattering as a bridesmaid dress choice. Today, wearing black makes a bridesmaid appear slimmer and elegant. The mystery linked to the color only adds up to its allure.

Because black signifies a lack of color, the wearer comes across as authoritative and powerful. It is a favorite color of artists, fashion designers, penitents and priests. Also, it is the preferred color of people who want to appear thinner and elegant. Most fashion experts agree that a woman should have a little black dress on her closet. The versatility of the color allows it to be used on various occasions.

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