1920s Vintage Inspired Wedding Dress
This 1920s vintage-inspired dress from designer Martina Liana is pure elegance. With a deep V neckline, the sheer bodice of this Lace and Bellagio Crepe vintage gown features soft, French lace detailing and beadwork that layer to create a unique pattern. This same unique, lace pattern continues down the hips, flowing to the back of the gown, leaving the front of the crepe skirt bare, allowing the details to truly pop. The back of the vintage bridal gown features a soft and romantic lace train and a lace and tulle back, giving the illusion that the V straps are floating. With a subtle nod to the 1920s, this vintage-inspired wedding dress zips up beneath fabric buttons.
Lace & Bellagio Crepe
Ivory Silver Beading and Embroidery
Fabric Colors Available:
Ivory Lace on Natural Bellagio Crepe with Ivory Tulle Illusion
Ivory Lace on Natural Bellagio Crepe with Porcelain Tulle Illusion
Ivory Lace on Natural Bellagio Crepe with Java Tulle Illusion
Zip Up with Fabric Buttons
Vintage Wedding Dresses
This vintage-inspired wedding dress is from a collection that takes timeless design elements and make each dress modern with thoughtful updates. Vintage wedding dresses combine luxe layered laces, Art Deco beading and traditional necklines in classic silhouettes that stand the test of time.
With simple nods to the past, these gowns are the perfect finishing touch to a wedding that represents your love story. Whether you love lace A-line gowns from the 1920s or a wedding dress inspired by the 1950s, there is a look to match your vintage vibe! And with so many ways to pull off vintage style, you can wear anything from a short wedding dress with a flouncy skirt to a wedding dress with a corset back and still look absolutely amazing. You’ll have timeless style when you wear one of these vintage designer wedding dresses.
For more information about vintage wedding dresses, see our Vintage Wedding Dresses trend page.
To see some of our favorite vintage wedding dresses, check out D1910, D1863, D1639, D1679, 6219, 6146, 5986 and 845, 847, Jude + Sander and don’t miss our post Hot Wedding Dress Trend: Vintage Wedding Dresses if you want to learn more about this trend.