From Queen Diana’s frosting to Kate Middleton’s elegant lace number, anybody has their ideal wedding dress. So it is no amazement that a video delineate 100 years of bridal fashion has sparked adoration and disgust in equal measure. The clip filmed by Mode.com, shows model Lolly Howie trying on an array of gowns dating from 1915 to 2015, to determine just how fashion comes full circle. Read more: Bright behind the scenes shot shows stark reality of wedding account The 1915 one, with its long veil, high sheer neck and short sleeves, is not too antithetical from the modern lacy number. Elegant lace: The video has been viewed more than 3million times In between the hem lines get shorter, and then badly longer, and the veils appear and abandon, until it cap in the truly hideous train and puff ball sleeves of the 1985 offering. Flapper: A dress from the roaring 20s On the way, there is the elegant dropped waist of the 1925 dress that could have been could have been worn by a flapper, while the 1975 number exhale hippy chick. The video has been watched 3367402, times on YouTube with people arguing about which decade is best. But the message of the video is one that anybody can agree on – Love is never out of fashion. But which would you wear to your special day?