Now this is a bridal gown whirlwind.
Fashion hub Mode Studios has made another video documenting 100 years of something sartorial, with this round dedicated solely to wedding dresses. Marie Claire first posted the 3 minute vid, which shows models donning wedding gowns-du-jour from 1915 to now. From the high-neck, long-sleeved styles of yore to the plunging, sheer illusion necklines ruling bridal runways right now, this clip shows exactly what fashion-savvy brides were rocking in their respective decades. Better believe there’s a poufy, bejeweled ’80s gown, which features a skirt almost as voluminous as the tea-length style most popular in 1955.
And the best part? At the end of the video the bride walks away with her “groom”—a woman. It is 2015, after all!
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