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Wedding Dress Guide - FAQs

Wedding Dress Guide - FAQs

This page contains the frequently asked questions from our previous brides about their wedding dresses. Scheme through to find the most appropriate answers from our bridal experts. You can also send us your personalized question in the contact form.

How far in advance should I buy my wedding dress?

We recommend shopping for your wedding dress at least 9-12 months before your wedding date. This will give you enough time to find the perfect dress, place your order, and alter it to fit you perfectly.

What style of wedding dress should I choose?

The style of wedding dress you should choose depends on your taste, body shape, and the wedding theme. Some popular styles include A-line, ball gowns, mermaid, and sheath dresses.

What type of fabric is best for a wedding dress?

The type of fabric you choose for your wedding dress will depend on your preference, budget, and wedding theme. Some popular fabric options include lace, tulle, chiffon, and satin.

When should I schedule my wedding dress alterations?

We recommend scheduling your wedding dress alterations 2-3 months before your wedding date. This will give you enough time to make any necessary adjustments and ensure that your dress fits perfectly on your big day.

Can I wear a colored wedding dress?

Definitely, it is a "YES," you can wear a colored wedding dress if that's what you prefer. Some popular colors include blush, champagne, and light blue.

Should I bring accessories to my wedding dress fitting?

Yes, bringing any accessories you plan on wearing with your wedding dress to your fitting appointment is a good idea. In addition, you may bring things like shoes, jewelry, and a veil.

What is the most popular wedding gown style?

A-line is one of the most popular wedding gown styles to consider. It is a classic and versatile style that is fitted at the waist and flares gently towards the hemline, creating a shape resembling the letter "A." However, many other famous styles include Ball gowns, Mermaid/trumpet, Sheath/column, etc.

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