Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Why Shouldn't You Wear a Traditional Wedding Dress at Your Beach Wedding

By John Jones

Have you ever had that nostalgic feeling towards a certain era? Maybe you were too young to remember the 70s, but that never stopped you from listening to the old records on your turntables and yearning for that hippie chic look. Or maybe, you are mesmerized by the glamorous style of the 50s and you are searching for the classics at every clothing store you enter.

Traditional dresses are very heavy, there is a great deal of fabric used to create on and this fabric is usually quite heavy especially if it's quality satin. They are also usually bulky too with the different layers and embellishments. The Informal Wedding Dressesyou find in bridal shops tend to need either a net underskirt or a hooped underskirt to give the skirt of the dress shape and don't have the same effect if you don't wear one.

The V-neckline is back and in full force this season. The fabric often complementing this style of wedding dress is soft and flowing. This look is very romantic and elegant as it billows with movement. Many different types of women can pull off this style. The deep V is also being modeled in a variety of different hues.

Another wedding dresses 2011 style -- old-Hollywood glamour is being pushed to the max. Think over the top draping and large asymmetrical bows. This look is stunning on a full figured bride. This style can be belted, with ruffles, and even a bustier. If you have the assets on top, then this style might just be the thing for you.

The ball gown look is back for wedding dresses 2011, drawing inspiration from the fifties. This full skirted style is romantic and very fairytale. This is often the type of dress that many women have pictured themselves in, since they were young girl. This look works well on a bride who is not afraid to show some cleavage.

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