Buy Great Gatsby Inspired Wedding Dresses for Your Retro Art Deco Wedding

by AbbyFitz

Whether you are having a Great Gatsby themed wedding or just want a glamorous and unique bridal gown, these 1920's style wedding gowns will leave you breathless.

Everything old is new again.

With movies like the Great Gatsby and television dramas such as Boardwalk Empire and Downton Abbey, anything that represents the Roaring Twenties is hot.

It's even filtered into the world of weddings.

And it's not a bad thing.

1920's fashion is a perfect choice for a bride who is looking for a wedding dress with a little something special.

Whether you prefer the sassy and fun flapper dresses, or the sleek, sexy Art Deco gowns, 1920's style bridal dresses have a lot to offer a modern bride.

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1920's Flapper Style Wedding Dresses

A Unique Short Wedding Dress

The dress we most associate with the Roaring Twenties is the flapper dress.

Bucking against the confining Edwardian corsets and impractical dress length, young flappers showed their individuality by wearing knee and tea length dresses, and possibly showing a fair amount of cleavage.

For a modern bride who wants to be non-traditional, a 20's style flapper gown is a perfect choice.

Not overdone and too over the top with beading and fringe, these three wedding dresses are simple and elegant.

All three gowns are made from chiffon, which will create dramatic movement as you walk down the aisle.

The 1920's style of dress evokes scenes of garden parties and polo matches. So if your wedding will be outdoors, this style of bridal dress is a perfect choice. 

These dresses are so easy to wear, you can go straight from the ceremony to your reception, all without the need to change.

These whimsical dresses give a bride a soft, romantic Bohemian look as well.

The 20's look is created by wearing a straight, column style gown. Whether you're curvy or not, these dresses will compliment almost any figure.

To complete your Gatsby look, you can wear any of these dresses with vintage high heels and lots and lots of pearls.

For your headpiece, try a 20's style cloche birdcage veil and your chic retro look will be complete.

1920's Glamour Wedding Dress

Sleek, Sexy Wedding Dresses

The latter half of the decade was influenced by the Art Deco Movement.

Old fashioned architecture with frilly ornamentation which represented the Victorian and Edwardian eras, gave way to the sleek, geometric modern look of the Art Deco period.

Art Deco even influenced fashion. Sleek, slim-lined dresses in silky fabrics were the height of fashion.

 

Gone was the boyish look of the early 1920's. Women now wanted to show off their sexuality by wearing dresses that accentuated their curves.

This style is for the sexy, sophisticated bride who wants a glamorous, classy wedding gown that will make everyone say wow.

Made from luxurious satin, the dress to the right exudes 20's sophistication.

This dress brilliantly combines Art Deco and contemporary fashion.

The result is an elegant gown that gives a definite nod to the decadent era of Gatsby. 

 

These Art Deco gowns conjure up images of midnight rendezvous in posh nightclubs.

Floor length and elegant, they would complement any evening wedding.

In keeping with the period's smooth lines, this floor-length fit and flare gown makes a simple dress luxurious. 

 The 20's silhouette is created by the dropped waist and plunging neckline in this gown. It's a lovely modern spin on an Art Deco wedding dress.

To complete your glamorous look, pair any of these gowns with sexy high heels and diamond jewelry.

Chic Gatsby Wedding Gowns

Low Cut Wedding Gowns

The Glamour of a Great Gatsby Dress

Wedding Dresses with Timeless Appeal

Gatsby dresses are glamorous because they are simple and timeless.

They are popular because they are refreshingly modern, yet evoke a feeling of a time gone by.

Whether you prefer the soft, Bohemian look of the early flappers, or the chic modern look of the socialites, any Art Deco gown you choose will leave your groom breathless when he sees you step into the aisle.

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Updated: 05/10/2014, AbbyFitz
 
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AbbyFitz on 05/27/2013

Lol. Go for it!

BrendaReeves on 05/27/2013

I love the slinky long gowns. They almost make me want to get married again. lol!

AbbyFitz on 05/23/2013

Thank you! They are lovely

katiem2 on 05/23/2013

They are so pretty I can imagine how it would feel to wear one, like dress up when a child, wonderful, and adventure. Nice page!

AbbyFitz on 05/16/2013

Thank you. The flapper style always looked so comfortable to me, plus they're really pretty

katiem2 on 05/16/2013

I love this style and in fact think I could incorporate some of the dresses into my daily life. What a wonderful time, love the Great Gatsby Gowns and what a great wedding theme.

AbbyFitz on 05/14/2013

Thanks!

Mira on 05/14/2013

Nice idea for an article, with some great wedding gowns :)

AbbyFitz on 05/13/2013

Thank you!

sheilamarie on 05/13/2013

Gorgeous dresses, Abby! They'd be fun to wear.


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