Own the Aisle – 3 Tips for Getting a Custom-Made Wedding Gown

Category: Wedding

Every bride wants to look blissfully beautiful as she walks down the aisle. That’s why custom-made wedding gowns have become such a hit among most brides. These made-to-order outfits are measured, designed, and sewn with the bride’s specific preferences and size in mind. For that reason, they almost always look more elegant, sophisticated, and overall beautiful than any store-bought or rented gown.

Singapore wedding trends have placed the bride’s dress as one of the most – if not the most – important wedding detail of all. So if you’re on the hunt to get the best custom-made wedding gown in town, be sure to take these tips with you.

3 Tips for Getting the Best Tailor Made Wedding Dress

  1. Know the TrendsBefore you decide what you want, get inspiration from the latest wedding gown trends in your area

No one wants to walk down the aisle looking like they just popped out of a 90’s magazine. Before you decide what you want, get inspiration from the latest wedding gown trends in your area. In Singapore, wedding gowns in the past few years leverage sexy back details, give it a pop with a dropped shoulder, or experiment with nude colors to add a twist to a classic gown design.

  1. Choose Your Fabrics

Having an outdoor wedding? Choosing the right materials for your wedding could mean the difference between looking clean and pristine all throughout the event and looking like a sweaty mess. Light, breathable fabrics like tulle and satin will keep you feeling cool and fresh even without the convenience of an air conditioner.

  1. Understand Your Shapeyou have a unique body shape, and that specific cuts and silhouettes may or may not flatter your shape.

Yes, that beautiful, body-hugging gown design might look like a dream on the model, but will it look the same on you? Remember that you have a unique body shape, and that specific cuts and silhouettes may or may not flatter your shape.

For broad shoulders, choose a gown with more volume along the lower half to create an illusion of shoulder-hip proportion. For brides with wider hips, a gown that features an intricately designed neckline will draw attention away from the width of the hips. In any case, the goal is to accentuate what you love and play down what you might not like.

Are you ready to own the aisle? Exude the image of a beautifully blushing bride and bring tears to your groom’s eyes as you walk down the aisle by taking these tips with you when you set out to get a custom made wedding gown.