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In Vogue: Wedding Gown with Detachable Wedding Train
2 August 2011

The image of a bride walking down the aisle is somehow not complete without a long wedding gown train trailing behind her.

However, a long wedding train may not really be appropriate if you will have an outdoor wedding reception where your pristine wedding gown will be susceptible to grass and even mud stains. A long wedding train also limits the bride's movement to freely mingle with her wedding guests and may look out of place in an informal wedding program.

How to have the best of both worlds? Popular bridal gown designer Edward Teng suggests a wedding gown with a detachable wedding train.

Wedding couturier Edward Teng shares, "very much in vogue, this fashionable yet sensible wedding gown idea allows brides to have the romance of formal wedding gowns and the practicality and modernity once the wedding train is detached."

You may put the wedding train for your walk down the aisle or for your wedding photo shoots, then remove it for an outdoor wedding reception or when the party starts.

Best of all, without the wedding train, you can actually reuse your wedding gown for other formal functions or engagements. Just add embellishments or accessories and you can transform your wedding gown into another fashionable formal attire.

The exact date of their wedding is yet to be announced. They already have a wedding month in mind but they do not want to mention it to the public yet. She shared though that it is possible that she will choose Monique Lhuiller to make her wedding dress.

Visit Edward Teng's bridal shop for more design ideas on wedding gowns with detachable wedding trains.