Choosing Your Bridesmaids Dress
Choosing a bridesmaid dress is much easier these days than those in 20 years ago. Today's bridesmaids dresses design are sleek and streamlined and many of which can still be worn again at some formal occasions after the wedding day. The choice of colors have also changed greatly. No more bright and vulgar colors, and embrace these elegant browns, sophisticated pinks, and fresh greens.
The bride generally chooses the style and color of the dress for her bridesmaids. But many times have already happened that the bride failed to select the ones that would look nice and flattering for all of the women. The bride may only think of the color and the style she wants to see on her wedding but without taking into consideration if the design would look good on all the ladies despite their skin color, body shape, and overall image. This situation can somehow affect their relationships later on. As much as you want to please everyone, it seems to be quite impossible to do so. So, if you want to be stiff enough to your decision of choosing the bridesmaids dress your self, try to take in to account to avoid the following styles of dresses that are thought to be disenchanting.
Puffy shoulder pads: Avoid choosing the dress that are heavily padded, as only a few women may look good in it. Larger framed women may look like linebackers, while petite women may seem lost in the extra material on the dress.
Large "butt" bows: Those were probably the style that you have seen from fairy tale movies when you were still young and more likely your most favorite design of dress to draw. But you have to accept the fact that gone are those days with this fashion style. Since the posterior part is the area most women do not wish to call attention to, try not to choose bridesmaids dress designs with large butt bows. A woman have to have a leaner posterior to rock the bow behind.
Pale Colors: Pale colors do not work well for all skin types. Although this may look good on the body frame, those who have very light skin color may seem achromatic. They would not even look good on pictures with it.
There is a stiff competition among wedding and bridesmaids dress designers these days. They offer very attractive packages that may surely be in line with your budget. But, it is important though that you think about this very well before you end up to a decision that you might later on regret. Try to research and gather suggestions from as many experts as you can who exactly know what they are doing until you have chosen the one that you think is more decent enough in terms of cost and quality.