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FASHION: Blush-Toned Wedding Dresses

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Pink gowns have been getting a lot of attention of late. Of course, we're all for wearing any color wedding dress you like—it's your big day! But a true pink, even something relatively pale (think Bazooka bubble gum) might strike most as a bit too much. Consider, then, a blush-toned wedding gown. We've been seeing more of them, perhaps thanks to these facts: 1) anything not white or ivory is itself a little surprise for your ceremony, and 2) there's a shade to flatter every complexion. To this second point, when shopping for a blush-hued gown, if your bridal consultant proposes a dress shape you like, but the shade seems off, our advice is, keep an open mind and try it on. How it looks on the rack is one thing, but it might look completely gorgeous once you've slipped into it. Below are four blush-toned gowns we've seen and loved, and we're excited to see if the trend continues during the upcoming Bridal Markets ...

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Clockwise, from top left: Jenny PackhamReem AcraRiviniPeter Som for BHLDN.

Find more blushy gowns—as well as blue, yellow, grey, purple, and, yes, even pink dresses—in our "Colored Wedding Dresses, Fall 2013" Runway Report!

Comments (3)

  • Going ahead and trying a dress on before deciding against it is great advice -- whether in blush tones or the more standard white and ivory. Trying it on can make all the difference in the world, can't it?

  • very unique beige wedding dresses, want to have one like that

  • very elegant bridal gowns. The ivory and white may be better. Like it.

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