Black wedding dresses could now be a thing thanks to this Pilipino soap opera

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Are you an ABC’s Revenge fan? Well, thanks to the shows re-form in the Pilipino soap opera Wildflower, you may be more in tune with the show than you think. Wildflower star Maja Salvador took the internet by storm when she shared her character Ivy Aguas’ black, Swarovski bedazzled ball gown.

Arnaldo and Ivy #WildflowerWildestWedding #TheBrideInBlack AUGUST 9 2017

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Stylist Regi Cruz shared with Filipino website Preview, that the Val Taguba designed black wedding dress was sure to encourage viewer’s to believe that bigger “thought-provoking” things were to come – and let us tell you, it definitely got us intrigued!

Intrigued enough to trek down the path of celebrities who also wowed their audiences and the entire fashion community with their real-life wedding dress choices! Namely to begin with, Sarah Jessica Parker, who stunned a simply elegant black Morgane Le Fay dress when marrying husband, Matthew Broderick.

sarah jessica parker

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How can we forget the unforgettable and desperately awaited wedding of Blair Waldorf and Chuck Bass? Although Gossip Girl had us in suspense for a thrilling six seasons, nothing could prepare us for designer Elie Saab’s blue lace gown from the spring 2012 couture collection.

Blair Waldorf

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On the other hand, Serena van der Woodsen’s gold embellished Georges Chakra couture gown left us wanting a gold wedding dress of our own!

serena van der woodsen

Which leads us to the question, could this lavishly extravagant gown set the trend for new and upcoming brides? Considering black bridesmaid dresses are a continually growing trend, are brides looking for an ‘unconventional’ path?

 

 

 

 

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