Your wedding day is undoubtedly one of the most important days of your life, and the need to look gorgeous is at an all-time high. As opposed to your fiancé who will most probably just have to pick out a swanky suit and look nice, you have a lot to cover and pull off a stunning wedding look as the bride.
To wit, let’s see if we can help you pull off that killer look.
Your Wedding Dress
A lot of women tend to miss it when it comes to wedding clothes.
Without a doubt, your wedding dress should fit your body perfectly. You need to make sure that you maximize comfort and you’re able to move well in your wedding dress, but also keep the following in mind:
- If you’re feeling a tad adventurous and daring, the feel free to show off some cleavage. Be careful, though; no need to show too much. If you’re the type to cover up completely as well, the world is your oyster.
- If you can’t handle it, please don’t pick a wedding dress that’s too long. Whether what you can handle is a tad short or not, go for it. You won want to walk on eggshells on your wedding day.
- Remember; your dress should it like a glove, but you’ll also need a little space to help you move well.
- Don’t let the “strapless craze” infect you. Comfort is important and you shouldn’t go for a strapless wedding gown because a lot of people are wearing them. Imagine having to pull your gown up every minute to keep it from slipping off.
Regarding shoes, there really isn’t anything to say except that you should watch for comfort. Please, don’t wear heels if you don’t have enough practice or if you’re not used to them originally. Also remember that you’ll most probably be wearing these shoes for hours (you could also be standing for long as well; some Churches take their time with wedding vow and even make the couple stand during the minister’s address). All this is to say that your shoe choice is very important to how comfortable you feel.
Again, heels are not compulsory!
When it comes to jewelry, one thing you should know that too much is bad. It’s your wedding day, and your natural beauty should take center stage as much as possible. Regardless, if you’ll still like to go with some jewelry, then the two biggest factors to be considered are:
Quality: Make sure that your jewelry is original. You should also ensure that it lasts long and is able to complement your skin tone (As well as what you’re wearing).
Price: Price is also another determinant of jewelry. Make sure to set a budget, and adhere strictly to that budget. Regarding budgets for jewelry, ask yourself:
- Will your budget be able to cover the cost of jewelry without affecting other things you need to buy?
- Can you get a cheaper- yet original- alternative elsewhere?