By Adalicia Schmitz. Wedding Dresses. Published at Friday, June 28th, 2019 - 19:28:28 PM.
Be Wary of wedding gown sizing and necessary alterations. You’ll find out more about this when you actually head to the bridal boutique to be measured. You may already know your actual size, but don’t be too surprised if they tell you that you’re a size or two bigger than you thought. This is not to say that they have faulty sizing charts; it only means that wedding dress boutiques and high street shops have a different way of determining your dress size. Your dress size is based on your body’s largest dimension.
If you think your dress needs that extra sparkle and glam then go for some decorations and embellishments. Wedding dress embellishments and decorations have one special purpose, and that’s to bring something extra to your gown. Additional decorations and embellishments are a great way of making your dress even more unique and fashionable.
Don’t be afraid of a black wedding dress! Black is a sophisticated and classic colour for a dress, especially if you are having a clean-cut, contemporary wedding, or a black tie affair. Black is a strong, authoritative colour, and of course pairs excellently with white for a twist on the traditional.
Browns and beiges are becoming more popular as wedding dress colours, especially when choosing a vintage wedding dress. Brown is an earthy, traditional and organic colour, giving a feeling of wholesomeness and stability. Vintage wedding gowns are often made in subtle, delicate tones of brown, beige and peach, and you can accessories wonderfully with this colour by using lace, pearls and wooden beads.
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