Choosing your dress length may sound like an easy thing, but it's not always that straightforward. Gowns that scrape the ground are usually the most prevalent forms of wedding gowns, but they are surely not the only alternative available. Distinct lengths of gowns will suit different brides, and therefore, it's all about picking the dress with the length that allows your charisma to sparkle through. So what are the various types of dress lengths? And how do you choose a dress length that will suit you? The following are some of the various dress lengths available to brides.
Floor-length. These are the ordinary wedding gowns which are normally full-length and are essentially selected for formal wedding services due to their splendor and theatrics. This type of gowns usually gives the impression that the bride is hovering since their hem touch the floor.
The next type is the ballerina-length gown. This is a dress with an edge that rests just above the ankles. The dress also has a full skirt that is regularly made of tulle. One of the advantages of this dress is that the bride does not have to keep being bothered by guests accidentally stepping on her gown.
Tea-length is the other type of wedding dresses length. The edge of this dress checks into the base of the calf drawing attention to the bride's legs and shoes. It is usually a polished look that is preferred by many brides as a second gown meant for the reception.
The other type is an asymmetrical-length dress. The edge of this type of dress is found at the knee, deliberately becoming elongated at the back.
Ankle-length. The edge of this dress is at the ankles giving the bride the sophistication of the floor-length dress without bothered by the possibility of somebody stepping on your gown or tripping over your own hem.
Street-length. The hem of this dress is usually just below the knee making the gown shorter than intermission-length.
Thigh-length. This look is usually good for beach wedding and destination bridal celebrations since it is a mini-skirt length dress.
After considering all the above types, factor in the time of the year or the season. For example, shorter gowns made from lighter materials are best for summer while long gowns made of the heavy material are perfect for winter. Also, consider the venue where your wedding will be held. If your wedding is held in a house of worship, for example, the dress will require a simple and decent. Another factor to take into account is your individuality as the gown you will wear at your wedding should suit your personal sense of style. In general, keep in mind that the length of your gown will play a primary role in how complimenting your wedding dress will be. Make sure to try as many dress types as possible to find out the one that looks dazzling and feels cozy for your big day.
Published on: Tuesday, 19 June 2018 Modified on: Friday, 07 June 2019