If you want to be a star on your wedding day, it’s best to shine with a silver (or gold) wedding dress. This collection of metallic wedding dresses is all about sparkling glamour, in tiny boxes and big statements.
The first way to wear a metallic wedding dress is to find one that contains a beautiful pattern. At the top, this silver dress uses an intricate lace pattern to provide an allover sheen.
Below, the silver floral pattern on this one-shoulder champagne dress provides a measured amount of metallics. And if you have a wedding in the Art Deco style, you really can not get past the shimmer of this golden dress.
Depending on the fabric of your dress, your metallic pattern can be subtle or really appear on the background. You can really see every detail of these silver steel swirls on this light blue-gray fabric (below).
Another way to effortlessly wear a metallic wedding dress is to use texture. Above, this dress offers all-out glitter power with large champagne tinted sequins.
At the bottom, the flat but wavy texture of this metallic knit dress adds to her slender figure. Wouldn’t it be amazing at a sunset beach wedding?
If you’re a little more reserved and an all-out glitterfest just isn’t for you, there are subtler ways to wear that trend. Find a dress with a fabric sprinkled with super fine sequins to just give a little shine. Or you can use a deep champagne shade in a slightly iridescent finish. These give the illusion of silver and gold wedding dresses without overwhelming your simpler style.
And finally, there are those of you who, when they experience a little shimmering greatness, the sky is the limit. For those of you who love powerful glam, a metallic wedding dress means using your Serena van der Woodsen interior and wearing one of these last three dresses: