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If you are getting married in Asia, then you may look for some traditional international Wedding Dresses. Here are some tips for you:

Want to look like you belong? There is a wide selection of colors.

Red is a popular color in Asian weddings; it symbolizes happiness. Especially in China, brides traditionally dress in bright red cheongsam.

The Kimono is the traditional wedding dress worn by Japanese brides. Some Japanese brides have worn white in the past – not to demonstrate purity but to symbolize a break from their birth family — however,
that’s not always the case today.

In Korea, they model their wedding attire after the clothing of royalty. Korean weddings inspire the bride to wear a red skirt, yellow jacket, pantaloons, and a slip. On top of that is a red robe with
rainbow colored sleeves-no demure white puffy dresses here!

Getting married in India? Whether you’re wearing a saree, a gaghra choli, or a shalwar chameez, I am sure that you’ll be sparkling and wearing plenty of color. Even the fabric shines.

If you’re trying for a Moroccan wedding, expect to wear a white kaftan that’s heavily decorated – on top of loads of opulent jewelry and plenty of eye kohl.

Some Asian brides even change quite a few times over the course of the weddings. You can also do that.

Well, if you have a dreamy wedding dress, no matter it is of a picture or conception; you can send the picture to our custom made service, more details and your measurement are also needed.

Then a new fashionable, stunning and charming wedding dress will in your wardrobe and on you.

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