Light wedding dresses

Wed­ding… What girl does not dream about it? Every­one wants her cel­e­bra­tion to be per­fect and to be remem­bered for a long time not only by the bride and groom, but also by the guests who will be present at it, and even bystanders. The key to this, first of all, is the wed­ding suits of the new­ly­weds.

Light wedding dresses for the sea

Nowa­days, it has become very fash­ion­able to hold wed­ding cer­e­monies at sea, on islands, in exot­ic coun­tries. In such con­di­tions, ordi­nary puffy dress­es are very inap­pro­pri­ate and uncom­fort­able. They will over­heat the body and ham­per move­ment. But do not be dis­cour­aged, for this there are many mod­els of light wed­ding dress­es espe­cial­ly for the beach in the salons.

Since the beach is a very hot place, and some­times with a rag­ing wind that rais­es waves and scat­ters sand in all direc­tions, the choice of a wed­ding dress must be tak­en respon­si­bly. It should not con­sist of corsets, long puffy skirts, and, of course, heavy coarse fab­rics.

Sum­mer wed­ding dress­es should be light. For them, fab­rics such as guipure, gas, chif­fon, organ­za are ide­al. The trim of the hem or sleeves with lace, satin or bro­cade looks very nice. Depend­ing on your taste and pref­er­ences, col­or, length and style may be dif­fer­ent.

For girls in the body, we rec­om­mend loose-fit­ting dress­es. With mas­sive hips, a flared or trapeze hem is ide­al. We rec­om­mend open­work sleeves for girls with broad shoul­ders. Not an ide­al waist will hide a bell dress. And short legs can be visu­al­ly length­ened with high-waist­ed mod­els.

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Wedding dresses to wear after the wedding

Dress­es in warm pas­tel col­ors with one har­ness are very pop­u­lar among girls. Do not for­get that the bride should look har­mo­nious, so the hair­style should be cho­sen as care­ful­ly as the out­fit itself. Devel­op­ing curls or curls will look very roman­tic. But you shouldn’t com­plete­ly let your hair down, it’s bet­ter to pin up the strands falling on your face with a hair­pin and dec­o­rate with nat­ur­al flow­ers or shells.