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Super Chic Wedding Dress Separates

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that the ’90s are back. The ’90s aren’t just back in mainstream fashion, though. Bridal is full of 90s trends right now. One of the most popular is separates. I must admit that I was very skeptical of separates when they came back into bridal recently. However, I have been pleasantly surprised with the trend. Separates give you the unique ability to customize your dress without having to break the bank.

There are three ways to wear separates when it comes to wedding gowns.

1. Matching Separates

Matching separates tend to look more like a traditional wedding dress, but they are easier to wear than a traditional wedding dress. You have the comfort of separates with a beautiful bridal look. Matching separates are also very on-trend right now.


2. Mixed Separates

For a more casual look, mixed separates are perfect. You can mix patterns, fabrics, and colors. I’ve even seen brides put a casual T-shirt with a tulle skirt. Mixed separates are fun and fresh. They are definitely for the bride who wants to look beautiful and relaxed at the same time.


3. Cropped Separates

Cropped separates are the sexiest of the three looks. They create a young, hip, and nontraditional look. Cropped separates look great for summer and destination weddings. A really fun way to wear a cropped separates wedding dress is by mixing the fabrics of the cropped top and the skirt.


It can be scary to try out a new trend on your wedding day, but these descriptions and pictures will hopefully reassure you that separates are a great way to go. They are comfortable, beautiful, fresh, and trendy. Separates are a great way to incorporate the latest fashion trends into your bridal look without going too crazy. They are a beautiful choice for any bride.

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