Showcasing how soon-to-be wives everywhere can personalize their bridal dresses is artist Taylor Ann that recently dip dyed the base of her gown with an array of technicolor hues to create a customized gradient design. The added pop of color brings an element of contemporary styling to traditional white or cream gowns that are seen as customary staple in the wedding culture.
The gown was designed by the artist herself, utilizing the original white dress and personalizing it further using DIY dip dye techniques. The gown featured a long trail that was accented by dipping the fabric first into yellow, then red and lastly blue. The colors are faded into one another to give a ombré effect.
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