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More often than not, your wedding gown will be the most expensive piece of clothing you will ever purchase in your entire life. The moment you feel the fabric on your skin and see the cut of the gowns on your body and you realize this is the one; you will beam with a glow of beauty that is indescribable. I encourage you to study the diversity of designers, styles, cuts and fabric before you begin your adventure of finding that one special gown. It will guide you in the correct direction so you’re not overwhelmed by crowded bridal shops and packed fill racks of endless gowns.
When looking for a wedding gown, it is crucial to understand the structure and the quality of the fit and style of the dress that is best for your body type. Depending on what fabric, satin, lace or tulle, is used in the design will drastically add cost to the final price. As a side note, silk is the gold standard in the wedding dress industry and is more flattering than some alternative fabrics. Because it is not a man-made fabric it allows the fabric to drape and the body wears it nicer, not to mention it’s absolutely soft and luscious and it will feel delicious on your skin. If you find your self clueless when it comes to the world of fabric, I am here to assure you this is absolutely normal for a bride that is in the beginning stages of searching for “the dress”. Stay tuned for more posts on the variety of fabric and cuts…