Our size chart is independent. To choose the best size for you, please check the size chart on the product page, and refer to the measurements below each size. You can also refer to our measuring guide to see how to measure yourself. To ensure the dress fits you well, we also suggest you choose custom size, which means that we make the dress based on your exact measurements.
Our color charts online have been adjusted to display color as close as possible to the color of the actual fabrics. However, camera resolution and computer monitors can mean the color may vary slightly between the photos and the actual fabric. Colors are subject to the actual dresses you get. We suggest you order Color Swatches to view colors in person.
Don't tell on your own "I'll offer the old outfit as well as choose a new one." This old saw of the Two-Dress New bride just won't function. You'll never obtain greater than a fraction of what you spent for your initial gown if you bought it brand-new.
If you have actually purchased "The One" and also can't stop buying, get a second opinion. Show your 2nd and initial choices to various other new brides. Be sincere-- tell them you've already remortgaged your condominium for the initial dress, however you think this 2nd dress could be It. They'll be honest, too-- the initial one was much better. You'll feel comforted.
Years ago, bows used to be popular, whether you were wearing them on your head or on your clothing. They were one of the biggest trends of 2011. Seven years later, bows are back in style. They either compliment the back of the gown as an accessory or the front of the dress as an accent bow. Bows are more commonly seen on the back of the wedding dress to bring attention to a long dress tail as the bride is walks down the aisle. With bows, you can use them with a simple look, such as small delicate bows, or you can really get noticed with large decadent bows. A statement bow will get noticed and may spark many fashion-related conversations at your wedding.