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Trousseau that enchants heart!

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Jan '07
As the saying goes a beautiful bride makes a wedding all the more memorable.

Every woman wishes to appear picture perfect on her marriage day and so are brides-to-be in Malaysia.

The trends for bridal gowns are commanded by culture and traditions. They are seasonal with a variety from Victorian style to empire cuts.

Though the Malay brides are conservative as they restrain themselves from wearing bare shoulders or backs, they prefer sheer tops or sleeves or wear corsets with transparent tops. Three-quarter sleeves are becoming popular along with lots of layering to the skirt among the Malaysian brides-to-be.

Modern brides prefer to include colours in their gowns. The range from light pink, sky blue to stronger hues of maroon are the inclination of the brides.

Colours are incorporated through embroidery, beading in the gowns. A heavily beaded lace bodice, embroidered organza skirt or a colored sash has captured the heart of brides-to-be.

Eric Choong, one of the top 10 Malaysian fashion designers, creates gowns in a fashion that can be redesigned into more wearable attire for future use.

Recently the business of wedding gowns has become very competitive around the world.


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