Your Dream Wedding Dress
As a bride, you definitely want to steal the show on this Very Important Day. But it is impossible without the right wedding gown. Whether you are leaning toward traditional snowy apparel or toward a bold alternative outfit, your wedding dress should fit you perfectly and showcase your beauty. But with such a crazy variety of wedding dress styles and extremely varying prices, finding the ideal attire turns into a devastating and stressful experience. We highlighted several points which you should bear in mind while picking up a dress for your wedding. Follow them, and you will, without a doubt, shine on your Big Day.
It is the rule that has no exclusions. Get ready that your very first shopping for a wedding dress is much likely to be awful. Confusions over appointment times, disappointments that your dream wedding dress doesn’t fit your figure type, apathetic sales managers who seem to turn a deaf ear to your needs – these problems are practically inevitable when you first try to select a wedding dress. Way out: make sure you allow enough time for the wedding dress hunt and do not forget to break your shopping with the moments of fun, for instance, lunch in a cozy restaurant or meeting up with a bud to discuss your dress together. Do not hesitate to leave a bridal boutique if you do not like something. You are the master of the situation, and the boutique personnel should demonstrate their full readiness to pamper your every whim and guide throughout the whole process. When shopping for your wedding dress, always think about the theme of the celebration you want to have. In which season will it be? Do you want it to be a formal daytime affair or a noisy evening party by a swimming pool? Will you tight the knot in a lush garden or against a medieval castle backdrop? If you are planning a themed wedding, your dress should match it well.
• Surely, your wedding dress should flatter your figure and deflect attention away from the parts which are not very perfect. Here are some tips:
• Empire silhouette gowns can make your legs look visually longer.
• Drop waist dresses are ideal for short-waist body types.
• If the bust is the most prominent part of your body, showcase it with a V-neck wedding dress. It will also make you look much slimmer.
• If you cannot boast a large bust, opt for a dress where the breast line is generously decorated.
• Horizontal lines make you look plumper while vertical ones make you look slimmer.
If you are not very happy with some parts of your body, do not try to hide them under multiple layers of fabric or excessive decorations – it will only produce the opposite effect and draw everyone’s attention.
However, your wedding dress should not either be very revealing unless you do not have a goal to shock every guest of your wedding.
Stay yourself. Do not buy a wedding dress just because it is ultra-fashionable or some celebrity posted it on Instagram. Opt for the one that makes you look gorgeous and feel comfortable. Your wedding gown should emphasize, not outshine, your individuality, while extra accessories like shoes, jewelry, and a bouquet should only contribute to your overall shining wedding look.