Wedding Dress Guide Part 3: Neckline

Wedding Dress Guide Part 3: Neckline

There are more neckline options for a wedding dress than there are cuts/silhouettes: fact. The neckline you choose can dramatically alter the feel and glam-factor of the dress. It can spice up a relatively simple dress, or tone down something more dramatic, so this part of the Wedding Dress Guide will equip you with the knowledge you need to choose the right neckline for you. To help with dress cuts/silhouettes, our Wedding Dress Guide Part 2: Cut will be helpful. Sweetheart: A classic and popular neckline for those who are comfortable in strapless. Ladies with a bust that is large or very…

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Wedding Dress Guide Part 2: Cut

Wedding Dress Guide Part 2: Cut

In part 2 of this guide, we will be talking about the cut of the dress. This will help you decide on the overall basic cut of the dress, as well as help you think about things such as, whether you would like it to be long or short, tightly fitting or a looser fit. If you haven’t yet seen our introduction to the Wedding Dress Guide, check that out first. Broadly speaking, the cuts/silhouettes of the dresses fall into 5 main categories: Ball gown/princess: The classic princess cut, with its big, full skirting is a glamorous and fun option. The ball…

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The Wedding Dress Shopping Trip – 20/10/2013

Nobody said wedding dress shopping would be so exhausting! Phew! I spent yesterday on a wedding dress shopping trip in a very busy central London with two of my sisters. Having decided that I couldn’t see myself in a traditional big white wedding dress (despite how stunning some of them are), we started in the big shopping centres. We browsed the designer and evening gown sections of House of Fraser, Selfridges and John Lewis. I tried on two beautiful gowns in these shops: 1. Beaded Beauty: I tried on this gorgeous number from Phase Eight in House of Fraser on Oxford…

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The Wedding Dress Search Begins – 18/10/2013

The Wedding Dress Search Begins – 18/10/2013

The Dress: some would argue that it’s one of the most important factors of a wedding for the bride. And people often suggest that a bride is lying if she says she hasn’t started looking online for a dress or if she has absolutely no idea what she would like her dress to look like. So it falls to reason that I might be telling a lie if I said that I got engaged in March and by October I still hadn’t started searching for a dress. And indeed, I have been searching (online at least) for ‘the dress,’ probably since…

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