Nontraditional Black & White Wedding Dresses

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Nontraditional black and white wedding dresses are really making a comeback in a big way. Learn about nontraditional black and white wedding dresses with help from the director of Solutions Bridal in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Tali Gallo, director of Solutions Bridal in Orlando, Florida, here to show some nontraditional wedding gowns with black detail. While most brides dream of an all white wedding gown, others want something that will keep their guests talking. While searching for a nontraditional dress, keep in mind accessories will really create your unique look. Here are three nontraditional black and white wedding dresses that would give you a wow factor when you come down the aisle. The first dress is Camellia from Rivini. The dress is a satin faced silk organza with double layered black sash. This is ideal if you want the glamor of a wedding gown with trendy elements. The next dress is called Gobi by Watters. The full taffeta A-line dress would typically be called playing it safe dress but not when it's paired with a black bolero. It then becomes a one of a kind. Lastly is this dress by Rivini called Yasmine. While there is no black, there is definitely plenty of nontraditional features in the gown. The skirt has an art deco effect layered by tulle topped with a pleated dropped waist bodice and a ruffle at the neckline. This dress will keep guests talking long after the wedding. So whether it's an accessory in the dress or in your hair, there's definitely ways to take any wedding gown from traditional to nontraditional. Many brides get concerned over having a timeless dress. I think it's far more important to love the dress in the present moment. Thanks for watching. I'm Tali here at Solutions Bridal in Orlando reminding you to stay stylish.

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