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Wedding Dress Guide

Most women have dreamt about their wedding day since they were little girls. Aside from figuring out the location, theme, and event details, the biggest challenge brides face is finding the perfect dress. 


Fortunately, there is such a wide range of styles to select from, which makes narrowing down choices a little easier. This wedding dress guide gives you some ideas that exemplify the different types of looks you can achieve on your special day, from old world romance to vintage elegance, glamour and sophistication, and even Old Hollywood starlet style.



Perfectly constructed to accentuate your body, this romantic wedding dress features crisp silk taffeta stripes individually set to create an elegant mermaid-style silhouette that breaks at the thigh for a beautifully dramatic sweep. The dress features padded floating bodice with boning and a small train for added drama.



Shimmering sequin patterns, dreamy plum detailing, strapless heart-shaped neckline and jaw-dropping body-sculpting boning make this wedding dress glamorous and memorable. This spectacular and sophisticated dress will highlight all your curves, making you the center of attention on your special day.



Go for a classic and utterly lovely look in this vintage inspired wedding dress, featuring exquisite re-embroidered lace overlay, French bustle design, fully-constructed padded corset with gorgeous plunging V-neckline, and finished with satin ribbon detailing at the waist, the skirt is constructed from high-shine silk and decorated with a floor-sweeping train for heightened drama.



You will surely be a stunning vision in hand-beaded charms and shiny soft silk with a heavy drape, this spectacular bias cut wedding gown evokes the image of an alluring Old Hollywood starlet with its 40s-inspired column silhouette, jeweled trim neckline, waist and back, floor kissing skirt, and plunging neckline. 

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