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Black Bridal Dresses Are Starting To Have A Moment! | KOKO Brides
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    Black Bridal Dresses Are Starting To Have A Moment!

    As opposed to tradition, some audacious brides have decided to tweak wedding dress stereotypes, presenting a more different and fascinating style that has dazzled some and left some puzzled as to whether or not they would opt for such style.

    Traditionally speaking, the black dress is seen as a taboo and inappropriate for a bride to wear on her wedding day because it symbolizes bad luck, evil and it is a sign of mourning.

    But recently, the black dress is seen as a conventional fabric material with no underlying meanings or symbolism.

    And for the fact that the fashion world is more lenient and open to new trends, a black wedding dress is now considered permissible for the bride to slay on her big day.

    However, as the Bride-to-be, your decision on whether or not to slay a black dress on your big day is dependent on some factors. Perhaps religious factors or family values. Regardless, having fun and slaying in all glitz and glam with so much pride and confidence is key.

    And should in case you want to join this train of new bridal trend, here are some Black Bridal dresses we think you’d love;

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