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Bridesmaid Dresses and gowns - Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. What color will look best with my skin tone?

Q2. What type of neckline will look most attractive on me?

Q3. What style of bridesmaid dress will best suit my figure?

Q4. What color will best suit the theme of the wedding?

Frequently Asked Questions


Q1. What color will look best with my skin tone?            
A1. As a general rule, the lighter your skin is, the lighter the color your dress should be. However, it is also important to consider your hair color. If your hair and skin are both extremely light, a light to medium colored dress will be best. If you choose a color that is too dark, your own coloring will appear washed out. If you have light skin and dark hair, a brighter colored dress is appropriate. The darker your skin is, the darker or brighter of a dress you can wear.




Q2. What type of neckline will look most attractive on me?            
A2. The neckline is often considered the most important part of a gown. Because of this, it is important to consider your own specific shape and size.

If you have a smaller bust, you can get away with just about any neckline. However, a neckline that is too low will make your breasts seem minimal, even if they are not.

If you have a medium or average sized bust, a moderately low cut bust will suit you best. For many women, a sweetheart neckline or a scoop neck is a very attractive choice.

If your bust is larger, it is best to consider your bra line. The depth of your bra will tell a lot about the depth of a neckline that you should consider. If your bust is very large, it is best to choose a neckline that will sit no deeper than your deepest full-support bra. Otherwise you may have to deal with the unattractive problem of your breasts spilling ove the edge of the dress.

Also, the formality of the wedding must be taken into consideration. The more formal the wedding is, the higher your neckline should be.




Q3. What style of bridesmaid dress will best suit my figure?            
A3. This is highly dependant on the individual! While there are many beautiful styles of bridesmaid dresses that will suit each figure, it is important to chose the one that is best suited to you. First, examine your body type.

If you are tall and thin, a dress that adds curves to your figure is probably preferable. This often means a dress that is long and sleek. A dress style and fabric that skims over your figure will draw attention to your height, and show off your shape.

Is you are short and are ether slender or have smaller curves, a floor length dress will lengthen your figure. Also, it is important to consider the waistline. An empire waist, for example, will make most short women seem stumpy. A dress with a longer waistline, such as a bodice waist, will add length and definition to your figure.

Finally, if you are heavyset, it is best to wear a dress that is flowy, and catches around your best features. It is also often best to wear a dress that is knee length or slightly longer, rather than floor length. This will slim out your figure and highlight your most attractive areas.

Also, it is important to consider the type of wedding you are attending. Is it formal? Informal? Indoors? Outdoors? You should take these questions into consideration when choosing your dress. If the wedding is formal, you will want to go with a higher, more modest neckline. If the wedding is informal, or formal but outdoors, a lower neckline will most likely be considered appropriate and will give a fun vibe to the wedding part as a whole. Along the same lines, if the wedding is formal, a long gown will be most appropriate, whereas a shorter dress will work better for a casual wedding to kep you from appearing over dressed.


Q4. What color will best suit the theme of the wedding?             
A4. The theme or style of the wedding has a lot to do with our selection of a dress. If it is a themed wedding, your dress selection will most likely be coming from a custom dress maker. However, if the wedding is not themed, you are in the right place!

Take into consideration the time, place, and style of the wedding. If the wedding is in the evening, darker or brighter colors will be most appropriate. A morning or midday wedding will most likely feature lighter, softer colors. It is important to not only talk to the bride about her color selection, but also to consider the time, place, andd weather- if the wedding is outdoors- since this will effect the tone of color you should wear.

When choosing your bridesmaid dress, it is important that all of the bridesmaids come to a consensus. The best option would be for you to answer these questions among yourselves, and then begin looking through the pictures in the gallery for dresses that best fit your body type, as well as the requirements of the wedding.