If you are a bride to be looking for wedding dresses, one of the things you might be asking yourself is “Should I wear a short or long wedding dress?” You might even be considering a short front long back wedding dress. The answer to that would depend on your body type, your personal style and the venue of your wedding.
- First, consider your body type. What would look flattering for you? What would you like to flaunt or enhance? This could be your slim waist, your feminine curves or perhaps a sexy back. What about parts you wish to be less noticeable? This could be big arms, thick thighs or a bit of a belly. Long wedding dresses tend to highlight your upper body more, while short ones are good for showing off sexy legs and generally will take the attention off big arms.
- Second, think of your personal style when choosing a wedding dress. Long wedding gowns is generally more suited for a classy, formal personality. A short wedding dress is more for the cute, fun and sweet personality.
- Lastly, think of the venue. Is it going to take place in a formal place like a church or a fancy hotel? If so, the long wedding gowns will look quite regal in such places. This wouldn’t be practical though for beach weddings, garden weddings or outdoor weddings in general.
Keep these simple tips in mind and you’ll have an easier time deciding on what length your wedding gown should be.
Credits: image adapted from http://pixabay.com/en/black-lady-woman-wedding-bride-41208/ under Public Domain CC0 license
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