When choosing a wedding gown, it is important to consider the 360 degree view. Wedding guests spend quite a bit of time looking at a bride’s back and bum – during the ceremony, as she dances with her dad and as she dances with the groom, and while she and her new husband jog to the getaway car once the cake has been cut.
That’ s part of the reason why I am so fascinated by this satin strapless pseudo-corset-top gown from Impression Bridal. Instead of the usual bows or bustles, it has a wonderfully unique star-shaped gathering of fabric held together with what appears to be a bejeweled brooch. And, as that brooch is situated around the knee area, it serves to draw attention away from the bride’s posterior. The gown itself is available in various shades of white and (my favorite) a cool ice blue.
The tan, buff naked man is unfortunately not included in the purchase price of the gown.