Ever Wondered Why Wedding Dresses Are Always White?

Ever Wondered Why Wedding Dresses Are Always White?
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Ever wondered why girls wear a white dress on their wedding? In February 1840, Queen Victoria married Prince Albert and wore a white dress. That was the day when the trend started and it continues till date. There are many connotations behind the white color, it symbolises purity and virginity but Queen Victoria wore it just because she loved white color.

Read on to know more!


An emblem of purity.

An emblem of purity.

Earlier, brides used to wear the best dress they had on their weddings. Rich ones used to purchase whereas poor brides used to wear the best church dress they had.

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Goldey's Lady Book.

Goldey's Lady Book.
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Goldey's Lady Book was a popular magazine in those days and it said White is the most fitting hue, whatever may be the material.

White can evolve and is fashionable always.

White can evolve and is fashionable always.
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White from the very beginning was worn on auspicious occasions.

White from the very beginning was worn on auspicious occasions.
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White is the most elegant color.

White is the most elegant color.
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White was often wore on special occasions as if it was meant to be special from the very beginning.

White symbolises warmth.

White symbolises warmth.
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To look different.

To look different.
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The Bride had to look different from other people and white solved the problem.

Queen Victoria set the trend.

Queen Victoria set the trend.
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The trend had been set up and no one or only a few dared to change the trend but couldn't change it. 

P S. According to me, wedding is about two people starting a new life, it symbolizes equality and color doesn't matter. 

So if you want to change the trend go ahead.