Best Wedding Dress Shopping Tips
A girl’s dream is to one day wear the world’s most beautiful wedding gown, walk down the aisle and into the arms of her Prince Charming. Shopping for that perfect gown is stressful and we are here to make sure that you have a wonderful experience shopping for that gorgeous wedding gown.
Do Your Research
Instead of going into shop after shop, brands after brands for the perfect gown, do your research on the wedding dresses designs that you like and select no more than 3 gown studios to visit.
Limit Each Visit
Limit each visit to the bridal studio for no more than 2 hours per day. Anything more than that, you will be confused with the wide massive selection they have.
Try on Different Gown
Yes, you may have your mind set on a mermaid lace dress designs, but it is no harm to try other gown styles and you may have a pleasant surprise at how different gowns bring out the different look in you!
Call in Advance
If you are lucky, you probably can walked into a bridal studio and asked to try a few dresses off the rack but do remember, studio staff and helpers do appreciate if you can call in advance so they can avoid you walking into another bride-to-be’s private time with them.
Fill Your Tummy First
No point looking slim during your first fitting, in fact, you should eat first because gown shopping is very tiring and can be taxing on your mind. If you are grumpy, all gowns will not look right in your eyes. Best to go gown shopping in one of your happier mood.
Listening to the Expert
Do keep an open mind and listen to the studio staff are saying. You can sift out the fluff and the sales talk but when comes to style and accessories matches, it is best to seek their opinions.
Wear Appropriate Undergarment
It is best to wear your nude half cup bra and a nude underwear. You don’t want the bra straps to be peeking out from the heart shaped neckline of that gorgeous gown as you are parading the dress up and down the shop for your entourage to appraise.
Skip the Entourage
Instead of bringing your sister, your best friend, your mother, your mother-in-law and your sister-in-law, keep to just two of the closest people in your life. Too many opinions will create confusion.