The Big Day is ahead. Every time you wave your hand you see the twinkling engagement ring on your finger and it is the best reminder of that is going to happen very soon. Mr. Right is by your side, but you have one more thing to decide – your wedding outfit. And it is a mammoth task because you have to pick the perfect cut, the ideal color and the best fabric.
There is no time to waste, so let's start with the color. As it is the brightest day in your life you have to shine and sparkle. In this case you can't find anything better than white. Don't be afraid, you won't necessarily have to use white in its pure type. In fact there are more than a thousand shades of white: ivory, diamond white, eggshell white, pearl, coconut, snow, champagne. Just choose the color that best complement your skin. If you are radiant in pink, then don't hesitate and pick that one.
However, choosing the fabric is as important as choosing color. What should it be: silk – soft and royal, batiste – light and thin, organza – extremely sheer and crisp? Should it be embroidered or beaded? Lots of questions. But before you start looking for the answers, think about one more thing. Have you ever seen a queen in a wrinkled dress? No, never. And on your wedding you are the queen. So be wise and choose the fabric thoroughly. One more thing – if you have something you'd like to conceal never choose the fabric that can cling to the body. And of course you shouldn't separate the fabric and the silhouette of your wedding outfit.
Traditionally wedding dresses are made in several silhouettes. It can be elegantly simple mermaid cut, strapless gowns, ball gowns with its very full, sheath, A-Line which is considered to be the most popular one. Just remember you should choose the dress that flatters your figure the best. It's up to you to decide what kind of bride you'd like to be: romantic, classic or modern.
Follow your heart and all these three components – color, fabric and silhouette will make a perfect match. After all there are no impossible things when you are going to tie the knot.