|HAIR HISTORY - Brides Revisited|
of two people in what we call matrimony has been a celebration
in almost every culture since recorded time. Up until the middle
1800s, this event was recorded either in commentary or in paintings
and drawings. The invention of photography in the 1830s changed
all of that.
Wedding hairstyles tended to be elaborate at the turn of the century, especially during the Edwardian time. During the 1920s, when the flapper emerged, wedding looks changed dramatically. Since women cut their hair short, into a bob, they focused on their headdresses instead.
Below are some wonderful pictures of vintage brides preserved forever by the new invention "photography". Gazing at these women make us realize that we still hold some of the same wedding traditions.
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