Alternative Bridal Dresses

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Alternative bridal dresses are a great way to put a unique spin on a big day. Learn about alternative bridal dresses with help from an experienced fashion stylist in this free video clip.

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Hello, I'm Jessica De Vault and I'm a fashion stylist and CEO of The Jessica De Vault Agency. Today, I am at An Affair to Remember Bridal and Formal Wear Boutique in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Now are you one of those brides who is not traditional and is looking for something different for your wedding gown? You're not alone, gone are the days of big white ballgowns that you see in the movies of princesses getting married. These days it's all about expressing yourself and being an alternative bride. Today I'm going to give you a few options for an alternative bridal dress. For starters we have this adorable dress that this model, this is Crystal Elise is wearing. It is in a blush color and I understand that you are a little nervous because it's kind of short. I totally get that. Dresses don't have to be this short but this color blush is very trendy and very in fashion right now. Definitely one to consider. If you want to try a shorter hemline then check out this dress at our model, Lindsay Arazmendi is wearing. This is an adorable dress that comes a little above the knee and it has a lovely lace overlay and it's still traditional but has a twist because it is shorter. Also if these two options aren't really your fit but you want to do something more bold and more out there, try experimenting with your color. Try red, red is a very huge trend this season for wedding dresses. Don't be surprised. Also you can try playing around with different silhouettes as well and don't think you have to buy a wedding dress, look at different evening gown for a few options. I'm Jessica De Vault and you can find me at


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