By Adelaide Lang. Wedding Dresses. Published at Friday, June 28th, 2019 - 07:26:10 AM.
Know the importance of finding the right skirt style and dress shape for your body. Much like wedding dresses, brides come in different shapes and sizes. Take into consideration your physical assets, your overall body shape and your problem areas when making your choice of skirt style and dress shape. For example, if you’re shaped like an inverted triangle, with prominent shoulders and small hips, then a ball gown would balance your proportions creating the perfect silhouette and hourglass figure.
Look for the right fabric. A pure satin ball gown would not stand on its own without layers of tulle under it or hoops built into the dress. Your choice of fabric could directly affect your gown’s overall look. If you tend to be uncomfortable or if you tend to feel itchy when you’re wearing crisp and net-like fabrics, then go for the breezy and lightweight ones. There are so many different fabrics to choose from. A way to familiarize yourself with these fabrics is to ask your wedding planner or the bridal boutique owner to help you distinguish between the different fabric types available.
If you have prominent hips and a smaller bust area, then your wedding dress size will be based on your hip size. Once you get your wedding gown, you need to check if alterations need to be made for a perfect fit. Most brides find that alterations are necessary to get the size right. Ask the boutique or shop owner for estimates on how much you’re going to have to pay for dress alterations to determine if you’re getting a great bargain or a rotten deal.
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.
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