Puffy wedding dresses 2013

On the wed­ding day, every girl wants to feel like a queen (or at least a princess). There­fore, many peo­ple choose puffy dress­es as their wed­ding attire. This is not sur­pris­ing, because it was in such clothes that all the crowned heads got mar­ried since the 19th cen­tu­ry. More­over, this tra­di­tion in roy­al fam­i­lies has been pre­served until our days — remem­ber at least the dress that the wife of British Prince William Kate Mid­dle­ton chose for the wed­ding. With her mag­nif­i­cent white wed­ding dress, she charmed the whole world and for­ev­er inscribed her name in the his­to­ry of wed­ding fash­ion.

The most magnificent wedding dresses in the world

In the choice of mag­nif­i­cent wed­ding dress­es, girls from Ire­land, more pre­cise­ly from the eth­nic group of the so-called “Irish nomads”, go fur­ther than mile­stones today. Rep­re­sen­ta­tives of the beau­ti­ful half of this peo­ple are gen­er­al­ly dis­tin­guished by a pas­sion for hyper­boliza­tion — they wear huge ear­rings, they like to sun­bathe “to a gold­en crust.” They also love very puffy wed­ding dress­es. Under the hems of Irish brides, the whole fam­i­ly, includ­ing cousins, can some­times fit — such huge skirts they have. In order for the bride to move nor­mal­ly dur­ing the cel­e­bra­tion, rel­a­tives and guests active­ly help her, but you can’t wait for help from the brides­maids — it is also cus­tom­ary to dress them up in very mag­nif­i­cent dress­es, only of a dif­fer­ent col­or.

Of course, when choos­ing a wed­ding dress, you should not take an exam­ple from these girls. But it’s quite pos­si­ble to look at fun­ny pho­tos from their wed­dings and laugh at your own bach­e­lorette par­ty.

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autumn wedding

Varieties of magnificent dresses for brides

The wed­ding sea­son of 2013 is about to begin, so wed­ding dress­es (includ­ing puffy ones) have already filled the win­dows of themed stores. But how not to miss the choice of the most impor­tant attribute of the bride? After all, only mag­nif­i­cent wed­ding dress­es are with­out rings and with rings, lace and tulle, with rhine­stones and with­out any addi­tion­al dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments. In order not to get lost in all this diver­si­ty, care­ful­ly exam­ine your­self in the mir­ror and give your­self an extreme­ly hon­est answer to the ques­tion: “Is my whole body per­fect?”. If yes, then con­grat­u­la­tions — any type of puffy wed­ding dress will suit you. But the fol­low­ing mod­els look most advan­ta­geous on thin and tall girls:

Wed­ding puffy dress­es with straps

The straps will favor­ably empha­size the thin and grace­ful line of the shoul­der and in this out­fit you will look like a fairy princess.

Puffy wed­ding dress­es with a slit

If you have slen­der legs, you can safe­ly brag about them at your own wed­ding. The style of this dress can be based on the famous out­fit of Angeli­na Jolie from the Oscars in 2012.

Puffy wed­ding dress­es with a bow

If this ele­ment is placed on the back, then it favor­ably empha­sizes a thin waist, but if the bow is on the front side, then thanks to it, you can suc­cess­ful­ly “dis­guise” small breasts — a com­mon prob­lem for thin girls.

Suit­able for almost every­one!

Lush wed­ding dress­es are also suit­able for full girls. A dis­tinc­tive fea­ture of these styles is that all puffy wed­ding dress­es are sewn with a corset, thanks to which you can hide a cou­ple of extra pounds. In addi­tion, a fluffy skirt will suc­cess­ful­ly hide the prob­lem­at­ic “low­er zones”. In order to cov­er your arms, you can stop at options for puffy dress­es with trans­par­ent lace sleeves. But boleros and capes will not fit this style — they will “cut” the sil­hou­ette.

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Bachelorette party before wedding
What acces­sories to choose for a mag­nif­i­cent dress?

Puffy wed­ding dress­es are ide­al­ly com­bined with a clas­sic veil, but hats and crowns are rarely suit­able for them. As for jew­el­ry, then stop your choice on:

  • thin chains with small pen­dants (if the dress is exten­sive­ly dec­o­rat­ed);
  • ear­rings of medi­um size;
  • one or two nar­row bracelets.

If your dress is not dec­o­rat­ed with any addi­tion­al ele­ments, you can choose more mas­sive jew­el­ry. How­ev­er, most often a puffy dress is already very impres­sive in itself and there is no need to divert atten­tion from it to acces­sories.