Wedding swag in essence means a cool confident wedding look. It can be as simple as "That groom's got swag." With the help of our accessories, that is a peace of cake.
But did you know that swag had a completely different meaning in the past?
DEFINITION OF SWAG BY THE URBAN DICTIONARY:1) The new generation's alternative word for "cool".
The new generation originally used swag to describe anyone thought to carry themselves in a way considered by some to be sexy/cool.
Note: considered to be retarded by many others.
Now it is used to describe anything thought to be cool, initiating the irk of previous generations and members of the new generation that disagree with new words.
A similar upset arose with "Groovy" vs "cool". Groovy disappeared in the majority of vocabularies within 10 years, foreshadowing the fate of swag.
2) Used by previous generations acronym to make fun of the new phenomenon. S.W.A.G. "Secretly We Are Gay"
"I have 10x more swagthan you do"
"I just fell down, lol. Swag."
Here's a few of the older meanings of the word.
Swag today means cool, it notes someone that carries themselves with confidence. However, in the past it meant goods or even money. What we can take from this is that with a little help of Nevestica bling and self-confidence, anyone can look swag.