Talking about vintage dress for bridal, Victorian is definitely popular among the society. Most brides-to-be prefer to choose this Cinderella Gown style in their vintage themed bridal party. Similar with that, renaissance wedding dresses actually give the same atmosphere to feel during the classic wedding moment. This wedding dress is quite similar from the Victorian gown. The renaissance gown has little concept of Celtic or medieval and Victorian gown concept. Do you know the difference between the medieval and Victorian dress style. Once you have known it, you will understand what the renaissance wedding gown will look like.
Victorian is known as Cinderella gown style. It comes typically in ball gown dress cut. This dress cut is like A-line dress which has wider diameter to surround the wearer. The Victorian ball gown dress is usually completed by long or elbow-length trumpet sleeves. The wedding gown in Victorian accent is made by heavy fabric like taffeta and satin. And mostly, it involves lace as ornament or additional fabric among the heavier fabric. The renaissance wedding dresses apply this Victorian dress cut concept. It comes in ball gown concept with corset accent on the fit line waist. For the medieval or Celtic gown, sleeves style becomes the main character which can distinguish it from the Victorian dress. The medieval sleeves cut come in longer length than the Victorian dress sleeves. And it consists of two pieces of sleeves to be located on the top of another sleeve coat. In addition, the sleeves of medieval gown are sheer and quite transparent than the Victorian dress.
According to both Victorian and medieval dress styles, in conclusion, the renaissance wedding dresses may have a half concept of both classic dresses. If we have known that renaissance dress has the ball gown dress cut from the Victorian, then it applies the longer sleeves concept of medieval gown. Other related information about the renaissance dress for bridal is its dress length. Mostly, the renaissance dress for wedding is designed in floor-length style with very short chapel train. It looks even more similar with the Celtic gown rather than the Victorian dress when we see it generally.