The Do’s and Don’ts of Choosing Your Dress
Don’t schedule your appointment late in the day.
The early bird gets the worm, or in this case an fresh and ready bridal store that has not already dealt with the concerns of many other clients. Another perk to arriving early is that the store will likely be less crowded than later in the day.
Do focus on the best dress silhouette for you.
A long row of small pearl buttons and a well-placed ruffle can mean the difference between a good wedding dress and a great one and will impact the look of the dress’s silhouette on you. Well renowned designers recommend not getting caught up in the current trend but instead focusing on your personal style and what flatters you most.
Don’t forget about the top of your wedding dress.
While a long, gorgeous wedding dress may be spectacular it is important to remember that the top of the dress is what people will notice most.
Don’t choose a trendy dress.
Trendy dresses won’t stand the test of time! Pick up your closest family members wedding album and you will more than likely see this. When choosing your dress, instead of full on trendy, try to choose something with modern and traditional elements as this will help it stand that test of time.
Do bring your camera.
A camera can be a great tool in selecting your dress. Snapping a picture can enable you to do back to back comparison later on and you can also get a sneak peak at what you will look like in your wedding day photos.