Naked bridal jumpsuits are replacing traditional gowns, and they are really something special

Naked bridal jumpsuits are replacing traditional gowns, and they are really something special

Although life is full of little ups and downs, disappointments and tiny victories, one day that most people can look forward to is their wedding day.

You might not be one for ceremonies or lavish occasions, but you're celebrating getting to spend your life with somebody special, and that's got to count for something, right?

But while men traditionally plump for their finest tuxedo, the bride often has a lot more choice with their outfit choices, and it's not always an easy decision to make.

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The program Say Yes To The Dress has made compelling television out of a bride picking a gown for her wedding, and if this latest trend is anything to go by, that show is about to get a whole lot more interesting.

Ladies, do you ever feel as if bridal gowns have too much... material? As if you don't have any space to manoeuvre on your big day? Well, do I have the bridal gown for you.

Forget about sashes and low cuts, forget about detailed trains or double hoops (full disclosure: I've watched a fair bit of Say Yes To The Dress); naked bridal jumpsuits are here for maximum flexibility, and maximum style. Naked dresses have been a thing for a while, but naked jumpsuits?

That's a whole different kettle of fish.

Check it, bridal fashionistas. This comes from bridal designer Pronovias, which saw the likes of Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid and more models rock the naked look at some points during the last couple of fashion years.

Barcelona-based fashion brand Pronovias recruited Spanish model Cristi Pedroche to help them display the look, and this dress took as much work to put together as you might expect.

Beaded with 200 crystals, the brand's creative director Moreau Herve says the naked jumpsuit took his team over 244 hours to make, and it's definitely worth the wait, don't you think?

Now, Pedroche didn't wear this to a wedding (instead going to a New Year's party), but I think it would make for an amazing wedding jumpsuit, don't you?

You don't even have to be engaged, this single woman's already planning for her wedding:

So there you have it, folks. Looking for something different for your wedding? You could probably do a lot worse than this naked bridal jumpsuit. Looks like quite the blast, and once the dancing starts off at the reception, you'll be well-equipped to bust out the shapes.