Few Things Must Know About Finding Your Dream Wedding Dress - Acton Principals


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Saturday, 18 March 2017

Few Things Must Know About Finding Your Dream Wedding Dress

Whether you've been dreaming of your Wedding dress since you were five and know the exact specifications you want for it down to the last sequin, or you've never thought about your dress until the groom's mother nagged, "You still haven't gotten your gown?" — we've got you covered.

Finding your dream gown can be stressful. After all, you've likely never even tried one on before, and it's the most expensive garment many women will ever own, so it can feel like the pressure is definitely on. Plus, your dress sets the tone for the wedding as a whole, whether it's a grand ballroom affair or a casual beach bash. It may also feel like there's a whole new language to decode — tulle, A-line, fit and flare, organza, sheath. Plus, more brides than ever are doing multiple dresses, a more formal one for the ceremony and a party-centric (danceable or more blingy and outrageous) one for the reception, which can doubling the task of shopping.

With all eyes on you, not to mention photos you'll keep forever, of course you want to look perfect on your big day. But what does perfect mean to you? For some brides, a dream dress is a regal ballgown fit for a princess. For others, a dream look is a sexy, va-va-voom mermaid gown that makes everyone appreciate her curves; to other brides, the best dress is one that allows her enough movement to be able to re-enact the choreography from "Thriller" on the dance floor.

The choices can seem overwhelming for sure. No matter your budget, your personal style, or your timeline, here are our top tips for finding the dress of your dreams — the one you'll love today, on the big day, and in 30 years from now when you look back at your wedding photos.

You Must Know Wedding dress shopping tips

1. Do Research to Find What You Like
2. Be Open
3. Brace Yourself for Bridal Sizing
4. Shop Early
5. Figure out Your Budget
6. Plan Non-Obvious Costs Into the Budget
7. Find a Great Bridal Salon
8. Make an Appointment
9. Start Inexpensive and Work Your Way Up
10. Shop on a Weekday
11. Make Shopping a Whole-Day Affair
12. Choose Your Crew Wisely for Appointments
13. Bring the Right Undergarments
14. Pick Your Silhouette
15. Consider Less Traditional Lengths
16. Pay Attention to Fabric
17. Wear Heels to the Appointment
18. Bring Scene-Setting Photos
19. Believe Your Consultant that a Gown Looks Better "On"
20. Shop Trunk Shows for Savings
21. Hit Sample Sales
22. Know That Embellishments Add Big Bucks
23. Don't Try on Gowns Above Your Budget
24. Consider Shopping Online
25. If You're Plus-Size, Call Ahead
26. Decide if You're More Traditional or Trendy
27. Take Inspiration From Celebrity Styles
28. Stay True to What You Love
29. Try on a Non-White Gown
30. Target Salons in Your Budget
31. Be 100 Percent Sure Before You Say Yes
32. Walk Away if You Feel Pressure
33. Order Early to Avoid Rush Fees
34. Have a Professional Take Your Measurements
35. Order Too Big Rather Than Too Small
36. Test to Make Sure You Can Move
37. Be Sure You Love It Before You Buy
38. But Don't Take It as a Sign If You Don't Cry
39. Personalize With a Tailor You Trust
40. Try a Local Bridal Boutique
41. Or Try a Bridal Superstore
42. Book Early if You Prefer a Destination Bridal Shop
43. Keep the Season in Mind
44. Throw Out the "Rules"
45. Tweak a Gown in Tailoring, Don't Re-design It
46. If You Don't Love It, Don't Panic — You Can Salvage It
47. If You Must Start Over, Save Some Cash
48. Decide Your Dress Preview Policy in Advance
49. Keep the Dress Away From Home
50. Relax and Stop Looking

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