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How to Make a Statement With Your Wedding Dress

How to Make a Statement With Your Wedding Dress

There’s no doubt that choosing your wedding dress is a pivotal moment as you prepare for your big day. You want something that expresses your personal style, all while making an impression on your guests that turns heads and is unforgettable.

Making a statement with your wedding gown is a surefire way to achieve this, but you might be thinking it’s expensive. We’re here to tell you that couldn’t be farther from the truth!

You don’t need to spend beaucoup dollars for a dress that dazzles. Instead, get creative and focus on the little details! We tell you how in this blog post.

Subtle, yet sexy keyhole back

A keyhole back is as sultry as it gets, while the front of your dress maintains a more traditional style. Make your dress stand out even more by donning sheer sleeves or adding lace appliques and sequins to the bodice.

Say yes to the train

Nothing says “It’s MY day” like a sweeping train to keep eyes following you down the aisle. A train makes for a dramatic entrance, and you can up the antics by adding embellishments or a scalloped hem.

Off-the-shoulder sleeves

Are you set on a ball gown for your wedding dress? While this romantic and voluminous silhouette is already a lavish statement piece, take it further by showing off the curves of your collarbone with off-the-shoulder sleeves. Embroidered swoopy swag sleeves add a sexy touch, complemented by a sweetheart bodice. 

Beads, beads, and MORE beads

For a unique touch that transforms any gown into an artistic masterpiece, elaborate beadwork does the job. This is also a great budget option if you don’t want to spend big bucks on a dress that’s already embellished, but want to jazz up a simple gown yourself. 

Create an illusion

Illusion insets are a clever way to add a bit of sultry style to your wedding dress without going overboard. Plus, they’ve been on trend for the past few years due to the striking appliques and semi-sheer fabric in the bodice and skirt. It makes it look like you’re baring skin even though you’re not. Instead the the dress patterns are boldly on display.

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