Thursday, November 18, 2010

Wedding dress fabrics - choose wisely

"When a woman is about to walk down the aisle, she spends much time deciding on her wedding dress' cut and style. Still, brides shouldn't forget about one important facet of their wedding gown - fabric.

When a woman is about to walk down the aisle, she spends much time deciding on her wedding dress' cut and style. Still, brides shouldn't forget about one important facet of their wedding gown - fabric.

Luckily, Glamour.com gave brides-to-be some inside scoop on choosing material. As expected, the key is to make sure it fits a woman's personality and tastes.

"If you're a girly-girl looking for an uber-femme gown, you'll probably want to stick with one of the floatier fabrics, like tulle or organza," according to the news source. The publication goes on to remind girls that wedding dresses are usually made from silk, satin, chiffon and tulle.

While this is a great idea, brides should make sure to plan ahead. Some women want to exude femininity on their special day, but surprisingly wind up rocking something cutting-edge.

No matter what, brides-to-be should pay attention to the feeling certain materials convey.

"Lace is a girly fabric too but it's more old-school and has more of an antique vibe," the publication reports, adding that "taffeta's great if you're searching for some structure."

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