15+ Compilation Of Unique Bridal Looks From Around the World

This's Can Flip Your Perception of Wedding Attire on Its Head


15+ Compilation Of Unique Bridal Looks From Around the World

A white wedding dress, a veil, and a bridal bouquet — nowadays, these are an integral part of a wedding almost everywhere in the world. Despite this, there are some couples that choose a more traditional wedding look over a plain, white dress.

Here at Apegeowe’ve prepared a compilation of unique, traditional wedding attire from different parts of the world that will surely make you gasp.

1. A bride in Yemen usually wears a golden ceremonial dress with a lot of traditional gold and silver jewelry.

20+ Bridal Looks From Around the World That Can Flip Your Perception of Wedding Attire on Its Head


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2. Japanese brides often wear a pure white kimono which stands for purity and maidenhood.

4. In Kazakhstan, a bride traditionally has a wedding headpiece called a saukele, symbolizing the beginning of a new life as a legitimate spouse.

5. Mongolian brides wear a patterned dress called a “deel” that has been worn for centuries by Mongols in Central Asia.

6. Brides in Kenya wear a heavy, beaded wedding collar, a headdress, bracelets, beaded cowhide shawls, and around 20 individual necklaces.

20+ Bridal Looks From Around the World That Can Flip Your Perception of Wedding Attire on Its Head
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10. The brides in Turkmenistan are covered from head to toe in capes and coats which drive away evil spirits and act as amulets.

 

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