|Best mexican wedding dress|
If you’re interested in wearing a Mexican wedding dress on your wedding day, there’s a variety of beautiful styles that you can choose from. Mexico provides this variety because of its rich diversity of civilizations that influenced its development. The Mayans, Aztecs, and other ancient Mexico’s indigenous women wore brightly colored blouses and skirts made of cactus-based or cotton textiles. These traditional colors and fabrics can still be seen in current Mexican clothing styles, with their use of color, bright embroidery, knotted details, and use of cool, natural fabrics.
Today the leading Mexican wedding dresses include the Huipil wedding dress and the Pajaritos Del Amor wedding dress. In the former, knotting detail and all-cotton fabrics are used reflecting the traditional Mexican styles. It goes for about $170, which can be fair enough and will not break your budget. The Huipil wedding dress is custom made to fit when you order it and it would look great on the sand or at a casual backyard wedding.
The Pajaritos Del Amor wedding dress has bright colors just like the traditional Mexican wedding dresses, and it would look great at an outdoor wedding. It is hand embroidered and has multi-colored flowers that gives it a bohemian look. It comes in sizes medium through extra large and has a lovely lace addition to the skirt with ruffles at the hemline.
The styles of traditional Mexican wedding dresses have been influenced by the Spanish over the centuries. Dresses derived from Spanish influence often contain matador, salsa, and flamenco, style-features. Wedding dresses with bolero jackets and layered ruffles reflect Spanish traditional clothing styles. They are perfect for a luxurious or an elaborate wedding.