When shopping for a wedding dress, there are many factors to consider, such as the silhouette, fabric, color, lace, length, price point, and so many more that we’ve barely scratched the surface. Here we collect some effective tips for the brides-to-be, read on and hope these would help you.
Know which style can flatter you. It’s important to feel like “you” on your wedding day, but remember, “you” are a beautiful and idiosyncratic bride-to-be. If you find yourself drawn to glitzier embellishments or edgier details than your day-job-self is accustomed to, indulge your curiosity. After all, getting married is an extraordinary thing.
Set your budget and insist in it. Trying on a thrice-your-price wedding gown can sabotage your “Yes!” moment later on. Stick to your real budget, and don’t forget to factor in the cost of alterations.
Embrace the feels. Sometimes it’s better to feel, not think. There’s a reason a dress “just feels right”—you’re meant to hustle around in it for eight or nine hours and be sent off like royalty.