A bride needs to look her best on her wedding day, and finding the perfect wedding dress is crucial to this. Her wedding dress must not only be elegant and magical, but it must also show off the bride’s figure and highlight her assets — an ample bosom, hourglass figure, or a regal neck. However, those who have been there before know that finding a wedding dress is easier said than done.
Here are two valuable tips to help out brides choosing a wedding dress:
Find a Figure-Flattering Dress
The cut and style of your wedding dress can flatter even your most unwanted parts. If your curves are in all the right places, you can flaunt it with a figure-hugging mermaid dress and go as low on the neckline as you wish. Those who are self-conscious about the lack or overabundance of curves need to try out different styles and cuts to see what fits.
For example, busty women can carry a dress with a sweetheart neckline and fitted waist, while plus-size brides will do well with an A-line dress that offers a trim silhouette. Always try on several wedding dresses when you go out for a fitting.
Decide on a Budget and Stick to It
For some brides, money is not an object when it comes to their wedding dress. However, it is still wise to set a budget for the cost of the gown. If you want to go the high-end route, it is easy to find designer wedding dresses in the U.K. and other parts of the world. There’s Vera Wang, Marchesa, and Monique Lhuillier just to name a few. While these are exclusive names in formal wear, they do sell ready-to-wear pieces at their boutiques. What sets them apart from everyone else though is that brides with very deep pockets can have one custom-made for them months in advance.
On the other hand, if you’re happy choosing a less expensive gown, there’s still plenty of options to explore both online and at actual boutiques and dress shops. Always shop with friends or family who can give you honest opinions and constructive feedback on how the dresses look on you.