Everything you want to know about finding your perfect modest wedding dress, from picking out the perfect style, to your style of veil and of course the perfect accessories and shoes!
Recently we discovered Blush Fashion out of Tel Aviv, Israel, and what can we say? We're in love with their beautiful designs that are as a stunning as they well made and easy to wear!
With Covid (mostly) in the rearview we know lots of you who have been waiting to tie the knot are finally ready to take the plunge! Here are our newest modest wedding dress designs to help inspire you down the aisle.
Anyone who's worn uncomfortable shoes can tell you that good shoes are essential to enjoying your big day - whether it's senior prom or your wedding day. Sure, certain shoes may look beautiful, but if they make you secretly kick them off underneath the table or make you feel like you're walking on knives they're just not worth it! Read on for ten tips that will help your big day be both glamorous and comfortable.
While we at Virtuous Prom would love to supply all of your modest wedding dress needs, we understand that sometimes you need to find a dress last minute. To help you in your quest, here are some of our favorite options for last minute dress shopping.
At Virtuous Prom, it's our number one goal to ensure that each and every one of our customers has the dress of their dreams that makes them feel like a million bucks. Whether you need a dress for Senior Prom or your wedding day, it is our ultimate goal to make sure your dress is everything you've hoped for.
In the Western World, white or ivory has been the color of choice for modest wedding dresses since Queen Victoria popularized the trend in 1840. However, in cultures around the world, marriage is often celebrated with colored gowns, from red to black and everything in between. Read on to see how brides across the world dress for their big day!
Ever since Queen Victoria made white wedding gowns all the rage, white gowns have taken on the symbolic meaning of purity to the extent that in some religious traditions even ivory is frowned on and may raise an eyebrow of suspicion regarding the bride's virtue.