Published at Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019 - 13:55:29 PM. Wedding Decoration. By Amott Lorenz.
Before you store a wedding dress, make sure that it is in the best possible condition so that it will remain that way until you are ready to take it out of storage. Check the gown for any small holes, tears, or other signs of damage, and make sure that its free of stains or discoloration. Take the time to inspect the seams and any beadwork or decorations that are on the gown, as these are the most likely locations for unraveling and holes to appear. Take the dress in for cleaning or repairs if necessary, and allow it to hang for at least one to two days after a cleaning before placing it into storage. That way, you can ensure that there are no residual chemicals in the dress material.
This is also referred to as the column style. It gently highlights or contours the entire body. This is a great option for petite brides who are looking for that elongated effect. If you have a large lower body, this gown style may not be for you. Full and boxy figures will need to highlight their waist further to make this dress flattery. If you are looking for a dramatic skirt, the ballgown is ideal. If features a well fitted bodice and a very full skirt. For brides who are pear-shaped, this is the right way to hide some flaws. However, it works very well with slimmer figures as well. Those who have full busts will find that this gown creates an hour glass figure. There is great emphasis on the waistline.
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