wedding dresses

Every impor­tant event in life should be accom­pa­nied by an appro­pri­ate inner mood and, of course, appear­ance. After all, mood and self-con­fi­dence some­times depend on the lat­ter. And what can we say about the right choice of a wed­ding dress, when you want to be on top and so that this day goes more than per­fect­ly.

Choosing the right wedding dress for your wedding

In the reg­istry office, you can wear an out­fit of both red and blue. And the dec­o­ra­tion for the wed­ding has some rules. So, it should be snow-white, the per­son­i­fi­ca­tion of the girl’s chasti­ty. In addi­tion, open shoul­ders, back, and even more so the length of the mini are unac­cept­able. Recent­ly, the style with a corset is gain­ing more and more pop­u­lar­i­ty. Alas, nei­ther the Catholic nor the Ortho­dox Church wel­come this. Rit­u­als, as you know, should be fol­lowed. Despite this, a church wed­ding dress can still look styl­ish and trendy.

Col­or. Here it is allowed to wear a dress of light shades: the col­or of baked milk, cham­pagne, pale pink and oth­ers. If a goth­ic style dress was pur­chased, rem­i­nis­cent of one of the col­lec­tions of black wed­ding dress­es from Vera Wang, then you will have to wear it to cel­e­brate the cel­e­bra­tion in the restau­rant.

Style. A wed­ding dress must have long sleeves. As for the neck­line, a small cutout in the chest area is allowed. In gen­er­al, the sever­i­ty of style, above all.

Length. There is good news for brides: they can wear a puffy or tight dress to church, ele­gant­ly empha­siz­ing the curves. A train is also allowed, which undoubt­ed­ly adds roy­al charm and lux­u­ry to the image. Some­thing, and the length of a closed wed­ding dress should not be short — no less than a midi.

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What should be the wedding dress — the main alternative

I would like to simul­ta­ne­ous­ly keep pace with fash­ion trends and lis­ten to church tra­di­tions. To com­bine con­ser­vatism and inno­va­tion, the main thing is to sim­ply skill­ful­ly think through the details.

So, we should remem­ber the mag­nif­i­cent wed­ding dress of Kate Mid­dle­ton, which, by the way, was rec­og­nized as one of the best in the world. The clas­sic style with lace sleeves and a long train per­fect­ly empha­sized the beau­ty of the future duchess.

If the dress has an open back, shoul­ders or a deep neck­line, a snow-white cape or bolero will help to hide all this. Long gloves can hide bare hands. A def­i­nite plus in a long lush veil, under which no open areas will be vis­i­ble.