Saturday , December 10 2016

Choosing your wedding dress

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Brides are the most stressed women, too much pressure for a perfect wedding and a flattering dress. If you are feeling crushed by the pressure to find the wedding dress of your dreams, don’t worry, here are some tips to help you.

DON’T schedule your wedding dress appointment late in the day.
Go to the store early in the morning. If you get the first appointment of the morning, the store will likely be less crowded, and you’ll get the full attention of your consultant
Details are important

A long row of pearl buttons and a well-placed ruffle or two can mean the difference between a good wedding dress and a stunningly perfect one. But before paying your full attention to the details make sure that the style works best for your figure. Don’t get caught in the trap of the trends of the latest fashion.

DON’T forget about the top of your wedding dress
A long, gorgeous wedding dress with a fancy hem is the dream of every young girl. Just remember that the top of your dress is what people will notice most and it will show up in most wedding pictures.

DO try on as many wedding dresses as you need to
Almost any dress can look gorgeous on a hanger (or it can look terrible). Once a dress is on a woman’s body, it takes on a different shape and look, try the dresses yourself.

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Just remember that no matter what, you should never buy in a hurry. Most of the time wedding dresses cannot be returned back to the store, nor can they be exchanged for a different one.

Choosing your wedding dress

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