Watch 100 Years of Wedding Dress Trends in Just a Few Minutes

Wedding dresses have changed a lot in the past few years -- imagine how they've changed over the last century. Watch 100 years of wedding dress trends!

October 05, 2015
By: Mara Betsch

Photo by: Mode

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Wedding trends change a lot. Case in point: My mother's bridesmaids wore lavender, off-the-shoulder gowns with matching floppy hats (aka things millennials wouldn't be caught dead in today). Sure, some gowns stand the test of time, but most embody the hemline, neckline, sleeve, embellishment, and accessory trends of the time (RIP, puffy '80s sleeves). The evolution is pretty impressive, to say the least, and Modemade a video beautifully showcasing wedding dress trends over the past 100 years. Watch bridal gowns transform before your very eyes:

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