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everytide (everytide) wrote,
@ 2012-03-19 14:10:00
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    Dos And Don'ts In Choosing A Right Bridesmaid Dress
    As the second leading role in a wedding party, bridesmaid is also important in not only the reception but also taking care of the guests. A right bridesmaid dress is in a great need, today the professional wedding designer will share the knowledge of all the dos and don’ts with you.

    Don’t choose the dresses too formal or too casual, choose a simple elegant dress and don’t dress your friends in something hideous so you’ll look better in comparison, add some bling bling elements in the detail.

    Don’t choose the dresses too short for the preparation of outdoor activities, Search for a style that flatters the sizes and shapes of all your friends . A-line skirts and empire waists tend to look good on all body types.

    Look for colors you like and think would look good on all of your friends (consider their complexions and hair colors). Brighter colors are generally more flattering, while pastel hues might look great on girls with fair complexions, but can be too distracting on friends with a darker complexion.

    Dark-colored dresses like navy, hunter green, and black look great on almost every maid and can be worn to formal events later.

    Remember to take everyone’s present financial situation into account.(A general price range for bridesmaid dresses is $100-300.) If you fall in love with a dress that’s a bit over their budgets, consider covering the difference yourself.

    Ask your bridesmaids to go dress shopping with you, but don’t bring them all at once if you have more than four. It will be way to hard to formulate your own opinion. Instead, you can search online for a good look and email info about bridesmaid dresses you like to your friends. Listen to their feedback.

    Don’t be a control freak and try to do everything on your own. Appoint your maid of honor or a highly responsible bridesmaid to be in charge of organizing gown purchases.

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