Friday, 11 September 2009

2-Piece or not 2-Piece?

The style of your dress is the single most important factor in creating your overall look on your wedding day. Dresses can range from sleek and simple to grand and elaborate. It depends on your taste and how dramatic you wish to be on your big day. The outline of you in your wedding dress is the first image that your groom will see when you begin your walk down the aisle, so it's important to make sure that your first impression will be a lasting one.
There is no golden rule to chosing your dress, so be adventurous when tying on gowns. You won't know what you look like in certain styles if you don't try them on. Quite often the style that you think would look the worst on your body type might just be the one you end up choosing.
A 2-piece gown offers a less traditional look. It also allows for a bride to choose two different sizes for the top or bottom.
There are two different approaches to this style. A simple bustier could be the perfect topper to a full or ornate skirt while a simple long skirt could elegantly showcase a delicately embroidered bustier.
Keep the colours the same such as ivory for that traditional look. But, team the ivory corset with a coloured skirt and the gown suddenly becomes dramatic and individual.

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