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Wedding dresses embroidered with phrases like Hailey Baldwin’s ‘Till death do us part’ veil might be the next big bridal trend


Newly married in town, Justin Bieber and Hailey Bieber are living in the marital bliss. The couple just got married formally last week, and they posted a bunch of photos on their social media. Fans can’t keep their eyes off these adorable wedding photos posted by them. Their wedding photos were one of the most anticipated ones after Justin Bieber jokingly posted five tuxedos asking his fans to choose one from it. It was a hilarious prank by the Canadian singer and songwriter.

However, fans were more thrilled to see the wedding gown of Hailey Bieber. Her wedding gown’s veil featured a vow embroidered on the hem. This could be the next new fashion statement in the wedding gown line. Moreover, Vera Wang’s Fall 2020 Bridal Collection is full of dresses adorned with love-related phrases. Hailey Bieber’s veil — as well as her dress — was designed by Virgil Abloh and Off-White, a brand know for featuring simple phrases on fashion. This is a new trendsetter nowadays.


Apparently, Vera Wang was inspired by modern wedding gowns for her latest collection. “No flowers, no beads, no bouquets,” Wang said in a press release. “This is my idea of a pared-down, modern, youthful interpretation of wedding gowns. Wang’s pieces focus on rumpled details, contrasting colors, and embroidered phrases that add an individualistic touch to each design. For instance, one dress from the collection features the words “I Do” embroidered with black thread at the back of its skirt. “Love” and “Forever” were also embroidered on the sleeves and skirts of other gowns in the collection.

Some designs are more subtle — like a long-sleeved dress that has the word “love” embroidered in small letters on the back. Its only time that will tell if this trend actually takes off. But with both an iconic fashion designer and world-famous model favoring the style, we may see similar designs heading into 2020.

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