Tell us: have you re-thought your wedding dress during the pandemic?

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<span>Photograph: Teresa Crawford/AP</span>
Photograph: Teresa Crawford/AP

For couples who decided to get married during the last 18 months, wedding plans have often had to be altered. Pandemic restrictions sparked a rise in pared-back micro-weddings and virtual ceremonies. Perhaps unsurprisingly, this has also has an impact on the day’s dress code, with many brides (in particular) opting for a more relaxed look over a formal wedding dress.

With this in mind, we’d love to hear from those who re-thought their wedding attire during the pandemic. Perhaps you decided to go for a cocktail dress, rather than a floor-skimming evening gown? Or maybe you decided not to wear a dress at all? Tell us about it, and share your photos, here.

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