Malaysian brides opting for sleeker, more minimal wedding gowns amidst Covid-19

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  • Thursday, 17 Mar 2022

Model Shikin Gomez got married in Langkawi recently. She wore a sleek and pared-down Alia Bastamam dress, while walking barefoot down the "aisle". Photo: Bthology Studio

Weddings are predicted to make a big return in 2022 as Covid-19 restrictions ease. This then leads to the question of how much bridalwear trends have changed since the pandemic hit.

Can we still expect poufy Western-style dresses and elaborate, lacy designs to be a favourite among blushing brides? As weddings are scaled down in size and the number of guests, is classic glamour no longer warranted?

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