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    Dresses That Make You Look Taller

    There’s nothing wrong with being petite, but most brides would like to look as statuesque as possible on their wedding day. While the right hairstyle and heels can add a few inches to your height, choosing the right wedding gown can do wonders for your frame. Read on for tips on selecting a wedding gown that will make the most of your small size. Creating the Illusion A smooth, long line along your body will create the illusion of height, so stick with dresses in long lengths and form-fitting silhouettes. To look as long as possible from head to toe, avoid styles that break your body into visual sections, such…

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    Wedding Dresses – Stylish and Comfortable

    There’s always been a battle between style and comfort when it comes to the clothes that we slip ourselves into and wedding dresses are no exception. Brides-to-be sometimes find themselves picking a gorgeous gown but hardly being able to breathe or even walk properly. Either that or they may find themselves picking something comfy but not so pleasant for the eyes. What if we tell you that you can definitely have both? Well you can and all you have to do is make little tweaks and adjustments to some of the many things that make up a wedding gown. Train Long trains are stylish and they exude an air of…

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    Wedding Dresses to Stay Cool

    Just because we are in the throes of cold weather doesn’t mean that we can’t think ahead to next year. We must realize that even though we love dresses with sleeves, spring and summer weddings are still the most popular times to get married. Which means, you need to find a dress that is stylish and cool. Thankfully, we have sorted out which features your dress should possess in order to keep you cool and looking fantastic on your wedding day. Show Some Leg One easy way to stay cool on your wedding day is to find a dress with a little leg room. You don’t have to go full…

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    The Giselle Gown

    In 2012, we saw a lot of asymmetrical dresses, and our designer whipped out a few ballerina-inspired wedding gowns. We love the Giselle Gown so much that we just had to showcase it! It has a asymmetrical hem, which gives the gown just enough edge to offset the romance of its sweetheart neckline. The silhouette is interesting and modern, especially fro the side and the back, and the short hem will really make your shoe pop! We recommend a formal or modern hairstyle and simple jewelry, but modern brides have come up with some crazy combinations that work! Appropriately, we had to name it after a ballet. Skipping over the…

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    The Snow Bride

    While the last of the leaves fall from the trees and green turns to brown we begin bundling up in our warm wool sweaters and hats and drinking mulled cider in our cozy homes. The views outside your window might be that of falling snow sparkling under the moonlight bringing out the feelings of romance in all of us. Perhaps this is why more and more couples are opting to have a winter wedding. We have seen a significant increase in the past couple of years so it’s no wonder that the latest wedding trends are fabric drenched skirts. Winter weddings offer more options for the bride who wants to…

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    Black Wedding Dresses

    There’s an old saying, “Dress in black wish yourself back,” but since it’s the day before Halloween, what better chance to write about black wedding dresses? Most brides these days steer towards the different shades of white when picking a wedding dress due to the characteristic of purity that the color white has been associated with, and while some do go for bridal dresses in colors such as yellow or blue, the color black rarely sees the light of day on a bride on her wedding day. But, with wedding dress designer extraordinaire Vera Wang having had produced and showcased a line of wedding gowns largely dominated by dramatic black…

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    Wedding Dresses- What should you do with it after the big event?

    With your big day quickly coming to a close, one last decision needs to be made…sell, trash or keep your dress. For the very sentimental, the thought of one day passing on your wedding gown encourages you to keep the dress while others either don’t have the means or desire to store it and prefer to recoup some of the costs and sell the dress. At the end of the day, you will do what’s best for you. In more recent times, it is found that instead of selling/renting or storing the dress for possible future usage, many brides enjoy their dress to the fullest. The stage is usually filled…

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    Wedding Dresses and What They Say About You

    The things we choose to wear can say so much about ourselves from our moods to our jobs to even our personalities. Women, for example, don wedding dresses on their big day to signify the fact that they are, of course, the bride. Unless you’ve chosen to go down the unconventional road and walk down the aisle in something that isn’t quite the norm for a bride-to-be, the different types of wedding dresses that are out there can also let people in a little on who you are as a person. The ball gown, for one, is a dress made fit for a queen which is why those who love…

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    The Cecilia Gown

    Cecilia, you’re breaking my heart. – Simon and Garfunkel Like the titled character in the song, the Cecilia gown is gorgeous, sexy, and fearless. This sleeveless satin gown has a plunging V-neckline that dips almost to the waist and is just restrained with strips of crystals. It has a mermaid silhouette is fantastic for hourglass figures, and the chapel train balances the sexiness with a touch of elegance. The cut also has a slight vintage flair. If you choose to wear a veil, a long simple veil or a short birdcage veil are equally fitting. Although, it might be appropriate for more conservative weddings, it is stunning for evening indoor…