How to Choose the Wedding Dress Perfectly (Part 2)

by Avid Thinker February 15, 2013

How’s your dress hunting so far ladies? Are you having a bit of a challenge with the various gorgeous dresses available online? We’ve already talked about getting advice from someone impartial on the first post along with not involving family members with the big decision. On this second part, we will be delving more on the right style of dress that will fit you better as well as tricks to help you decide if a certain design is the best for you.

Here’s now the second part of selecting your dress properly.

Sit while your wedding dress is on

The usual way to gauge if a wedding dress is perfect for your body is by standing in front of a mirror. Well aside from that, you should also take a seat in the dresses that you try on and walk around to see if you are comfortable with it. You will likely spend a lot of time sitting and walking around with your dress during the ceremony of course, so being sure that your body is at ease with it should be a priority.

Get the right length

If you prefer to wear a long bridal gown, you have to get the perfect length – not too long and not too short either. A lot of brides-to-be think that long gowns should scrape the floor, but they will just end up kicking the front part. Or worse, this is the main cause why brides trip over. Moreover, you wouldn’t want to hold part of your dress throughout the whole ceremony, don’t you? And your maid-of-honour shouldn’t be following you around just because your dress is overly long! Thus, ask your wedding dress vendor about the right length and practice walking, sitting and standing while you try it on.

To be continued next post…




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