At least, it has according to Australian bridal label Grace Loves Lace, who have launched a brand new, ‘naked’ wedding dress design in response to demand. The ‘Alexandra’ design features white lace with a nude underlay to give a barely-there ‘naked’ effect.
“The nude-tone lining is definitely for the more adventurous and untraditional woman and also a great second dress option for the reception or after party,” Grace Loves Lace founder Meghan Ziems told Harper’s Bazaar UK.
For everyone else, she says “the women wanting a fresh and more minimal look will still lean toward the ivory/white linings.”
Truth be told, marie claire’s fashion writer Clare Press first forecast the rise of the naked wedding dress in 2016 – read her thoughts here.