There are so many things you should consider when plan your wedding, and the wedding dress must be one of the most important things you should consider. If you don’t like the traditional long dress, take the short one also be Okay. Here we collect some tips for choosing short wedding gowns, read on and find your dream dress.
Consider the setting and atmosphere you’re hoping to create on your wedding day. Short wedding dresses are fun and flirty. They are a great choice if you’re getting in a more casual setting. Planning an outdoor or beach wedding? A short wedding dress eliminates any worry about dirtying the bottom of your dress. Vintage lover? A tea-length lace wedding dress looks sweet and retro.
Find the right style. The most universally flattering and versatile length for a hem hits just around the middle of the knee cap. Tea length or longer usually looks best on taller brides. If you’re planning to wear a mini dress, be mindful of how much leg is exposed and make sure you can comfortably walk, sit and dance without worrying about a wardrobe malfunction.
Make sure the dress can emphasize your features. If you’re self-conscious about your arms but love your décolletage, a dress with sleeves and V-neck or sweetheart neckline covers just where you need it. A short, swingy shift dress can camouflage trouble areas around the middle while showing off lean limbs. Go sleeves or strapless to show off a toned upper body. Select a style with a nipped in waist to show off a feminine figure.
Take the season and weather in mind. While short wedding dresses work year-round, in warmer seasons (or climates), a short wedding dress can keep you from overheating. Winter brides should consider adding a pretty cover-up and other layers for extra warmth.
At last but not least, don’t forget the accessories. A veil is the ultimate bridal accessory, and if you’re planning to wear one with your short wedding dress, opt for a blusher or a style that hits at your elbow or higher. A short veil will complement – not compete with – your dress. You can also skip the veil altogether and add a special hair accessory instead.