It's Easy to Make a Statement with Your Sample Wedding Dress- Here's How!
Do you really want to make a statement with your sample wedding dress when you walk down the aisle? It’s all about attitude babe, and with a little bit of creativity and planning, you can certainly make a statement without spending a lot of money. The key is to focus on the details…in this blog post, we show you how!
The swan queen
Feathers are trending in the bridal world, and we love it because it’s the perfect way to make a statement! Flowing, light, and ethereal, a feathered skirt pairs nicely with long sheer sleeves and delicate lace appliques.
Another way to make your guests do a double-take is to go with the illusion bridal look. This is also a trendy style at the moment, using bold patterns and skin-colored, sheer fabric to create a “barely there” illusion. There are dresses that are completely patterned in this way, or you can choose a dress that sports an illusion neckline if you want to leave room to the imagination.
More and more brides are choosing colored gowns as opposed to traditional white, and one color that stands out in particular is silver. Not only is it glamorous and unique, but it’s a great choice if you’re planning an old Hollywood or 1920s themed wedding.
Similar to feathers, tulle is an excellent way to add volume to a skirt, especially if you are wearing a dramatic ballgown. The ruffles are gorgeous and flowy, adding a unique twist to a classic silhouette.
Show off those curves
Sometimes all you need to make a statement is to show off those beautiful curves! With the right silhouette, you can easily make it happen. A mermaid gown is just the ticket, hugging the body in all of the right places before cascading down from the legs like a waterfall. This is also a nice way to incorporate feathers or tulle for a truly striking ensemble.
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