Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Wedding Dress Options for Unique Brides to Be

By Jone King

Your son getting married is a special day for any mom, after all, they say that you're not losing a son, but gaining a daughter.Once the wedding date is announced, you'll want to get shopping for the perfect dress for that special day.On a day when you'll want to be looking your best, it's important to feel confident in how you look. Being part of the bridal party you're going to be part of the focus of attention and proceedings, so getting the right outfit is essential.So, it's probably never too early to start shopping for your dream mother of the groom dress.

Kate's wedding dress reflected her own dress style as being simple and streamlined. There're no complicated, froufrou, or exaggerated feelings for the loved princess. Dressing in a pure white slimming flowing dress with lace sleeves, shiny tiara and long veil, Princess Kate showed colored wedding dressesoff her tasteful flavor. The simple manner was also applied to her makeup -- light foundation, blush, mascara and nude lip gloss - perfectly bringing out her natural beauty. Thus, avoid fussy designs and try simple wedding gowns for a practical and sophisticated style.

Tiara is typical for royal wedding ensemble. Luxurious, refined, classic or simple style, the tiara can be whatever you prefer. Yet it always gives a feeling of nobility and elegance that every bride wants to hold. A long veil produces a flowing look and matches well with any hairstyle like up-does, straight or curled long hair left down. You can even make your simple short hair unique on your big day by wearing a suitable tiara and a veil of any style. If you want a little mysterious touch, choose the birdcage veil worn by Princess Kate. The veil that merely covers your face makes your guests close to you.

When a bride selects a non-white dress, she often goes with something that complements her hair color or skin tone. Pink is the second most popular color and red gets the bronze. While it is true that some audacious brides do choose outre colors like black or blue, it is quite rare. It really does depend on the venue and the bride.

A bride who has planned an outdoor affair on the sands of a beach or in the grass is far more likely to choose an unconventional color. The appeal of pink has grown by leaps and bounds with beach brides. If you can't bring yourself to slip into non-white gown, but you want to do something different, consider adding some color with a red or pink sash, shoes or some polychromatic lace, beading or embroidery.

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