Last updated on January 21st, 2018 at 11:35 am
When the brides walk down that aisle, all eyes are on them and the wedding gowns they have on. So, when planning your wedding, you will need to take adequate time in choosing the perfect wedding gown for your special day. Here are a few tips on how to choose a style of wedding gowns that will help you look your best.
Keep your options open. It is common for a bride to have her mind set on a particular style of wedding gown, only to try on something different, and find she likes the second gown better. Obviously, no matter the wedding gowns style you choose, the goal is to choose something that will play up your best features while hiding any flaws. For example, if you have larger hips but a nice bust line, the dress should minimize the hips while focusing more on the upper body.
The style of the wedding gowns should also coordinate with the type of wedding, the season, and even age of the bride. In this case, if you have a winter wedding, then a corseted, strapless gown would look out of place. Additionally, a strapless or heart-shaped neckline might be gorgeous on a younger bride but seem inappropriate for someone middle aged. Of course, this is your wedding and you should wear what you love but considering a variety of factors will help you achieve the princess look you desire.
Here are some lovely wedding gowns for your inspiration, one is maybe your favorite:
A gorgeous Galia Lahav fairy tale lace wedding dress. Photo of Confetti Day Dreams.
A wedding gown with long sleeves. Photo of In Style.
Taffeta strapless bridal gown with ruched bust line and an asymmetrical lace bodice with a corset back. Full bubble skirt accented at dropped waist with flower detail. Find more info here.
A floor length ivory wedding dress with ruflles. Photo of JLM Couture.
An ivory lace wedding gown with one floral shoulder. Photo of Hitched.
A sexy strapless ball gown wedding dress with gloves. Photo of DHgate.
A strapless lace wedding gown with floral sash. Photo of Glamour.
An elegant lace and tulle wedding gown with beaded straps by Vera Wang. Photo of David’s Bridal.
A ball gown ivory mermaid wedding dress with lace v-back and veil and chapel train by Stella York. Photo of Essense of Australia.
A ball gown ivory lace wedding gown with low back. Photo of Weddbook.