Brides you know its all about the dress, right..!? ;)

It’s about experiencing the “that feelings, being a princess on your especial day” when walking down the aisle, and having all eyes glued on you, especially the grooms!

It’s not everyday you go out and buy a white, formal gown, made of expensive silks and lace that weighs 30 pounds or more. It’s not everyday you wear this dress, but this dress is the only dress you’ll ever care about.
So why does every bride worry excessively over this one particular dress? Well, most likely because it is the dress she will be wearing that will be photographed over and over again. It is the dress she’ll be wearing when her new husband sees her for the first time as his wife. it is the dress that she dreamt of and thought of since she was 3 year old.
Many thoughts go into choosing the right dress. You get an image first time as of what you like and how you want to look and feel. When a bride finds the right dress, she just “knows” it is the right dress because she’ll get an emotional flood that takes over all her senses.

if you are unsure about choosing the right dress here is a few ideas:

A)if your a full- figured woman the best silhouette is A line style. a line style lengthens the whole body without drawing attentions to our waistline.

b)The empire dress is unique for its raised waistline that sits just below the bust, from which the rest of the dress flows down. An empire dress works well on most body types but is specifically flattering for a bride looking to enhance her bust. On the flip side, ladies with large busts also like empire dresses because the traditional square can better cover larger breasts. This dress is also ideal for pear-shaped figures, as it is forgiving of the legs and hips. Because of the room in the stomach area, this is also an ideal dress for pregnant brides.

C) column dress has a narrow shape that flows straight down from the top to the bottom.
it’s typically not as forgiving as other styles and is best suited for lean brides. Petite brides can look taller and longer in a column dress, but there’s not much room for hiding problem areas. Also beware that some column dresses are very tight and may restrict movement on the dance floor!

D)Ball Gown: This is the style of dress that fairy tales are made of. While many brides will look beautiful in a ball gown, the cut is ideal for slender or pear-shaped figures as the full skirt helps to accentuate the waist and hide the lower body. Additionally, this style helps create the hourglass look because it emphasizes the waistline. If you’re shorter, beware that a skirt of this size can overpower a small frame.

E)Mermaid: This cut is a very sexy look that highlights a woman’s curves. one of the most flattering and my favorite dress, Because of its body-hugging cut, the mermaid is best worn by brides who are confident and comfortable in their skin. It is flattering on slender, short and tall figures, however, girls who love their curves can rock this dress as well.

ok Brides, now you learned some ideas on how to choose your perfect dress, but don’t forget the Sizing can be a bit tricky as pretty much every wedding dress manufacturer has its own sizing chart. If you find a dress you’re in love with, the first step to finding your perfect fit is to be properly measured with a vinyl measuring tape (cloth tapes can stretch) by a tailor at your bridal store. GOOD LUCK and remember weddings by t-amor will help you find you perfect need… 😉 here are some dresses i found along with my research for the wedding dresses.

much love,
weddings by t-amor

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