Traditions have always been important for Central and South Americans, and Mexicans make no exception. Their wedding rituals are, most of the times, thoroughly respected, and we thought it would be helpful if we put together some information and suggestions regarding the Mexican wedding dress.
Before we proceed with the presentation of some models, we should mention that they are made from thin and not so valuable fabrics, but the fine embroideries that cover their surface make the dresses stand out. Simplicity is the word that dictates the texture and the cuts follow that rule, accordingly. In other words, they make impressive pieces of art and many of them are handmade.
The dress that has first caught our eye is made by hand, as the fabric and the cuts stand as proof. It features linear embroidery, a V neckline, and it ends right above the ankles.
The sleeves are medium sized and their aspect is wavy. The lower part of the dress features some good looking plisses and you can see quite clearly how wonderfully this simple type of dress embellishes the appearance of the bride
Similar to the previously presented model is this long dress with a V neckline and medium sized sleeves; the beautiful embroidery adorns the neckline border following the lines of the dress and up to the margins of the sleeves. The dress is, as already accustomed, wavy and you will surely feel comfortable wearing it, as the material allows you to move freely and the cuts are very generous, as well.
This particular model is mostly worn by the brides who have a spring or a summer wedding. Besides the white embroidery, there is also the colored one, as the dress in the below image indicates. This dress has a round neckline that goes from a shoulder to the other. The length of the sleeves is medium and there are both colored and white embroideries on the dress.
Apart from the handmade fabric and the details attached to the dress you can also apply some pieces of jewelry made in the same manner. Yes, you can apply for colored bracelets made of strings or leather, or you can go for a wooden medallion. Accessories always complete a bride’s aspect.
As for your hair, you can go for a traditional hairdo featuring a pony tail, or for some braids. Once you have settled this last detail, your Mexican bride image will be complete.