Would You Dare Wear a Colored Wedding Dress Like Cynthia Nixon?

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Congratulations to Cynthia Nixon and Christine Marinoni who got married in New York last Sunday! This is the wedding photo they released to the public and we are swooning all over the place:

Cynthia Nixon Christine Marinoni

No, that pale chartreuse Carolina Herrera gown isn’t Cynthia Nixon’s reception dress but is in fact her wedding dress. Christine matched it with an apple green tie she wore with her dark suit and both of them accessorized with white peonies.

How beautiful do they look in this photo with the New York skyline in the background? And well, we don’t need to ask you how beautiful Cynthia Nixon looks in her non-traditional colored wedding dress.

It looks downright amazing on Cynthia, it’s been exquisitely done by Vera Wang, yet colored wedding dresses remain an unpopular and sometimes even an offensive choice. It’s slowly becoming a viable wedding dress option though, as evidenced by the beautiful blushing brides below!

What about you, would you dare wear a colored wedding dress on your big day? There are just so many colors to choose from other than white…

Grey wedding dress

Green wedding dress


Green wedding dress

Orange wedding dress


Blue wedding dress


Pink wedding dress


Pink wedding dress

Black wedding dress

Gold wedding dress

Polka dot wedding dress

If these pictures have convinced you to consider it, check out these formal dresses fit for a bride that we found at Shopbop:


Temperley London long honeysuckle dress, $2,585.00; Reem Acra strapless tulle gown, $3,500.00

Marchesa Notte strapless gown with embroidered bodice, $1,045.00; Reem Acra strapless silk mermaid gown, $2,765.00 (was $3,950.00)

 

Credit: Wedding dresses photos via Cup of Jo

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