Long or Short wedding dress?



We know that for many women, the thought of finally finding that special dress to tie the knot in conjures images of grand ball gowns, while for other women it means elegant tea length dresses and box cut knee grazers. In this case, we're talking about the classic that is the short wedding dress.

Short Wedding Dress

Many famous women, such as Natalie Portman and Yoko Ono wore short Wedding dresses. From modern silhouettes to allover lace minis, these leg-baring beauties are undeniably statement-making. No matter where you're tying the knot there's a short wedding dress out there that matches both your venue and your bridal style. Whether you're considering wearing it for your ceremony or afterparty, a little white dress is always a stylish addition to any bridal wardrobe. Plus, the cropped length makes them a versatile part of your wardrobe, meaning, you definitely won't wear this dress just once! When you have a lively and active character, a short dress is the perfect choice because it is more comfortable and much easier to move in, especially if you plan to throw some shapes on the dancefloor. Not to mention, that you get to show off your amazing shoes and legs.

Long Wedding Dress

Long dresses for weddings are traditional. The majority of brides choose them as long gowns are beautiful and festive and allow to feel like a real princess. Unbeknown to most, long sleeved wedding gowns have an elongating effect, which is beneficial for brides with shorter statures. Long sleeved wedding dresses come in a wide range of styles, colours and materials. Ballgown wedding dress, A-line gown, slim and curve-hugging Mermaid dress are some of the best ideas for a fairy tale dress. Dresses with long sleeves are also a great option for if you’re not very confident with your hips and thighs. Regardless of the season, a sleeved gown can make you look elegant. The theme of the wedding, the season and your personal preference are some factors that you should take into account when you are about to choose your wedding dress. The final choice is of course yours!

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