Asnjë fustan nuk është i njëjtë

Asnjë fustan nuk është i njëjtë

Për nuset në çdo cep të botës, pjesa më e veçantë është ajo për të gjetur një fustan të bukur me të cilin do martohen.

Në disa kultura, është zakon që nusja të ndërrojë disa fustane përgjatë ceremonisë së dasmës, përcjell rtv21.tv

Mirëpo, jo çdo nuse përcjell rregullat dhe zakonet e shtetit, kulturës apo familjes, ato zgjedhin të kenë një ceremoni siç dëshirojnë vetë.

“Insider” ka renditur 17 fustanet e mahnitshme të nusërisë rreth botës dhe asnjëri nuk është i njëjtë me tjetrin./21Media

Fustani i nusërisë në Filipine

This Filipino bride wears an intricate, two-piece gown that resembles the national dress of the Philippines. Here, friends take a selfie before the bride's special day.

Fustani i nusërisë në Japoni

In Japan, the customary Shinto style of wedding calls for several bridal gowns worn over the course of the ceremony day.

Fustani i nusërisë në Pakistan

In Pakistani culture, brides traditionally wear gold jewelry and dresses in rich colors with gorgeous woven designs.

Fustani i nusërisë në Uzbekistan

In Uzbekistan, the wedding dress is traditionally a gift to the bride. After the wedding, the dress is hung in the home of the bride and her family so guests and friends can admire it.

Fustani i nusërisë në Korenë e Jugut

Many modern South Korean weddings are a blend of Western and traditional influences. Here, the bride wears a floor-length gown after being married at the Unification Church in South Korea.

Fustani i nusërisë në Cambodia

In Cambodia, the bride traditionally wears a silk dress called a sampot, often in a bold color with woven detail that has been passed down from generation to generation.

Fustani i nusërisë në Khakas

The traditional bride's costume among the Khakas people, who live in Russia, features a wool hat and heavy petticoat to keep brides warm in below-freezing temperatures. 

Fustani i nusërisë në Indi

In Indian culture, brides wear colorful, ornate gowns called lehengas. It's customary for the bride to wear one lehenga for the ceremony and another one for the reception.

Fustani i nusërisë në Nigeri

In Nigeria, the attire of family members of the bride and groom is just as important as the wedding party. Parents, siblings, and other family members wear

Fustani i nusërisë në Morocco

One dress is just the beginning for the traditional Moroccan bride. A customary Moroccan wedding ceremony can include three to seven changes for the bride, but she traditionally begins the wedding wearing a long white gown with layers of ornate gold jewelry.

Fustani i nusërisë në Tajlandë

A Thai bride may wear a traditional silk dress in one of six styles, depending on the customs of her and her family.

Fustani i nusërisë në Maqedoni 

The bride in Macedonia typically wears an intricately embroidered smock in red, white, and gold.

Fustani i nusërisë në Ballkanin Perëndimor

Though white is perhaps the most common wedding dress color in Western culture, it wasn't always the go-to choice. During the 19th century, women in the US simply wore what they considered their best dress, which typically happened to be white.

Fustani i nusërisë në Peru

In a mountain village in Peru, the bride wears a dress that combines beautiful layers, colors and textures.

Fustani i nusërisë në Algeria

The Algerian bride traditionally wears a velvet kaftan, or long robe, with a hand-woven headscarf designed with detailed silk fringes.

Fustani i nusërisë në Rusi

The Russian bride's veil is the centerpiece of the ensemble and is traditionally made of pearls and flowers and a delicate netting. It's also customary for the bride to wear white, which represents joy and purity in Russian culture.

Fustani i nusërisë në Malajzi

Inspired by kebaya, which are garments customary of Malaysia and the surrounding regions, the Malaysian bride wears a floor-length gown covered in jewels and gorgeous embroidery.

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