Wedding always be the most important thing during your life, of course, but there are so many things you should consider for the big day. It’s the time to consider your wedding gown after your engagement, if you are a plus size women, take the below suggestions in mind when buying your wedding gown.
Choose the dress which can flatter you. Finding the perfect dress is more than just choosing what’s slimming: Plus-size brides are usually steered toward an A-line dress, and that works for some but not for all. A good consultant will take into consideration the bride’s style, shape, and comfort level to find a look that fits her vision. Bottom line: Let your dress reflect your personality, and don’t submit to a curvy-girl stereotype.
Don’t delay. You may be hoping to lose weight before you start looking, but the longer you wait, the less options you’ll have. I may be your fairy godmother, but I’m not a miracle worker. Gowns take six to eight months to come in, so if you wait too long you’ll be limited to what’s in stock. Dresses can be altered to accommodate weight loss, but trying to find the One from the back-room stock is a plus-size bummer, so go as you are, because that’s how your groom likes you!
Remember that it’s your experience. Not your mom’s, not your aunt’s, and not the sales consultant’s. Don’t buy a dress just because you’ve been there for hours, you’ve tried on tons of options, or everyone around you is urging you toward something you don’t love. Buy the dress that makes you feel so beautiful and happy that the only thing that could top it is meeting the love of your life at the end of an aisle and saying “I do.”
There are so many things you should do before your wedding day, one of the most important and also thrilling things is to choose your wedding gown. How to pick out the right wedding dress? Don’t worry, here are some fashion suggestions you should know, read on and hope these would help you.
Make a appintment in advance. Almost every single bridal shop require an appointment. This might be shock to you but once you realize that you will have a bridal shop attendant who is working closely with you to help you select styles and sizes you will see why appointments are needed. Saturdays are of course the most popular day for brides-to-be to shop so if you want to have a little less busy of a shopping experience try to make an appointment from Tuesday- Thursday.
Know when to shop. Many brides forget to build in a timeline to their wedding dress shopping. If you are looking for a dress that will be made only after you purchase it you will need anywhere between 4-7 months for the dress to arrive. If you are buying “off the rack” meaning you buy the actual dress you try and then get it tailored you don’t need to budget as much time but don’t forget that tailoring can take anywhere between 1-3 months. It works best if you know your wedding date before you shop since that way you will know when you need the dress.
Try to know the difference of the styles. Wedding dress shopping is unlike any other form of shopping and comes with its own set language. Take a few minutes to get familiar with wedding dress terms that you might not have otherwise know. Words like silhouette, neckline and waistline along with trains and bustles will be just a few of the words will need to know! Head over to our Wedding Dress Styles & Silhouette page for more information.