Bride's dress

A mag­nif­i­cent wed­ding and a chic brides­maid dress are what young girls draw in their imag­i­na­tion in great detail long before the offi­cial mar­riage pro­pos­al. But when the moment “X” comes, it often hap­pens that the image invent­ed ear­li­er no longer cor­re­sponds to the mod­ern canons of fash­ion; cir­cum­stances have changed or even the tastes of the hero of the occa­sion her­self. And again, the ques­tion aris­es of which wed­ding dress to choose for the bride, and how not to get lost in the count­less exist­ing options. The fol­low­ing tips are designed to help new­ly-made brides choose the right wed­ding dress.

What style to choose?

The choice of dress style large­ly depends on the fea­tures of the bride’s fig­ure. Not all mod­els will look equal­ly good on girls of dif­fer­ent builds. There­fore, first of all, it is nec­es­sary to objec­tive­ly assess your strengths and weak­ness­es, and only then start search­ing for the per­fect wed­ding dress.

  1. Own­ers of a chis­eled fig­ure are ide­al­ly suit­ed for a clas­sic wed­ding out­fit, con­sist­ing of a cor­sage and a fluffy mul­ti-lay­ered skirt. “Ball gown”, as this style is also called, will also look good on slight­ly over­weight girls who want to hide over­ly mas­sive hips and empha­size the waist.
  2. A‑line wed­ding dress­es are suit­able for short brides. This style is con­sid­ered uni­ver­sal and suits almost every­one. The roman­tic image of a bride in a lace dress with a tight-fit­ting “top” and a skirt smooth­ly expand­ing down­wards has been and remains rel­e­vant at all times.
  3. A long nar­row dress with a train (or with­out it) can only be afford­ed by girls with an ide­al fig­ure, prefer­ably tall. Expen­sive fab­ric (usu­al­ly nat­ur­al silk or satin) com­pen­sates for the sim­plic­i­ty of the cut, as a result of which the bride in such a dress looks like a true queen.
  4. Quite often, on the day of the wed­ding, the bride is already in an “inter­est­ing posi­tion”. In this case, the above options are not suit­able here, espe­cial­ly if the tum­my has already notice­ably round­ed. If you do not know what a dress for a preg­nant bride should look like, we advise you to pay atten­tion to Greek dress­es with a high waist. Mod­els in the Empire style look espe­cial­ly touch­ing on expec­tant moth­ers, but they are also per­fect for girls who can­not boast of a pro­nounced waist.
  5. The Mer­maid sil­hou­ette is ide­al for girls who love to be the cen­ter of atten­tion and catch admir­ing glances. How­ev­er, this option is not suit­able for every­one. To look stun­ning in such a dress, you must have a tru­ly lux­u­ri­ous body with­out a sin­gle flaw. The mer­maid style dress is tight-fit­ting and seduc­tive­ly empha­sizes the charm­ing curves of the per­fect female body.
See also
styling tips and examples
Which col­or?

A white dress is no longer an oblig­a­tory attribute of a wed­ding cel­e­bra­tion. Today, brides, espe­cial­ly those remar­ry­ing, are choos­ing alter­na­tive and some­times unex­pect­ed shades. After all, if the bride is 40 years old, a snow-white dress will look at least ridicu­lous. Instead of the tra­di­tion­al white, which, by the way, is not yet suit­able for every­one, the fol­low­ing col­ors of wed­ding dress­es for adult brides are most pop­u­lar:

  • ivory (ivory);
  • cham­pagne;
  • cream;
  • pink;
  • blue.

If the wed­ding is themed, the out­fits of the new­ly­weds can be made in the appro­pri­ate col­ors. Turquoise, pur­ple, blue, green, red and even black and white brides­maid dress­es have long been no sur­prise. Nev­er­the­less, choos­ing bright extrav­a­gant col­ors, it should be under­stood that fash­ion is fleet­ing, and the bride is ini­tial­ly a gen­tle and bright image, a sym­bol of puri­ty and puri­ty.