By Arend Vogel. Wedding Dresses. Published at Friday, May 17th, 2019 - 15:55:13 PM.
It is often the hardest part of the wedding for the Bride to organise, agonising over the look, style, price, colour, shape and fit. The most important thing to remember when looking for a wedding dress is to focus on the features of the dress that are most important to you as the bride. This will allow you to narrow down your search to find to the dress that suits you best, and of course in these financially difficult times one that suits your budget.
Some brides are also quite conscious of the name of the designer and dresses with ’designer labels’ are viewed by many as a status symbol, hence attracting a lot interest from those who value couture clothing.
Think out of the box – Do not restrict yourself to a wedding gown for your beach wedding. Tea length dresses will be a better option when compared to a full flowing skirt as it will look better in the beach environment and you need not worry about the hem, which can come in your way often. Other options that will look good for a beach wedding are column style dresses and princess style gowns.
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.
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