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Postby Banning » September 17th, 2020, 1:20 am

The sheath or volume dress is a form-fitting gown that features a straight and narrow shape from top to bottom which hugs the body. It showcases your waist and hip and would look especially stunning on tall and lean brides. The sheath gown often features a split to make walking in the fitted dress easier. This silhouette would be perfect for hourglass shapes as well, but you might want to avoid it if you’re on the petite side as it can be overwhelm you.

Winter is here! And by winter I mean GOT last season. Game of Throne’s weddings are famous to be mostly sad and super violent (coff coff red wedding), but that can’t stop us from taking a moment to appreciate their wedding gowns. The costumes made for the earrings show are always spot on and gorgeously made (the show has been nominated for the “Outstanding Costumes” Emmy Award on many occasions). So for the sake of all the soon to be brides fandom out there, we have put together a retrospective look of Game of Thrones wedding dresses.

Regardless of which style of wedding dress you chose, at the end of the day, your wedding day is about you and your partner getting to celebrate with friends and family so enjoy the process!

There are so many misconceptions about shopping for your wedding gown; you must bring an entourage, you must try on an exhaustive number to avoid missing out, you must spill over with emotion with ‘the one,’ you must wear ‘wedding white.’ Those beliefs are not only intimidating but also completely antiquated – there’s no rulebook you have to adhere to. Every bride’s journey is unique. After working with brides for 10+ years, I’m happy to bust a few of these myths to help you feel confident and enjoy this process to the fullest.

Wedding Dress Shopping Myth #1: You need to bring your entire bridal party and family with you
Truth: You’ll want to invite those closest to you, who will champion your instincts and support your vision – not try and influence your decisions. From best friends to grandparents and cousins, chose a small group of 3 people or less to accompany you, whose style and sensibility you admire. Keep things as intimate as possible so you have an opportunity to tap into your natural sense about each unique gown.

Wedding Dress Shopping Myth #2: You shouldn’t buy from the first shop you visit
Truth: If you’re struggling with the thought that you’ve only been to one store, or that you haven’t looked around for long enough, let that go. This isn’t a numbers game, but rather one driven by your true intuition. Your first shopping experience may be your only one if you’re fortunate enough to find your dream gown. Don’t force the process to be longer than it needs to be just because you may feel obligated to visit a laundry list of boutiques. You’ll likely handbags come back to a vision of that one gown in your mind, comparing it to other gowns. Lead with your gut – when you feel your most confident and beautiful self, you’ll know you’ve found your dream dress! It could be the first day you’ve shopped, and that’s wonderful.

Wedding Dress Shopping Myth #3: You will cry when you find “the” dress
Truth: Don’t let the “Say Yes to the Dress” marathons heighten unrealistic expectations for your wedding dress shopping experience. Not everyone cries when they find the dress and that’s okay! The entire process is deeply emotional and it might not hit you until you have a chance to sit back, breathe, and reflect on the entire process. Some brides have a quiet moment of peace when standing in front of the mirror, envisioning how their partner will see them. Others have a big, bold moment of enthusiasm, wedding flowers jumping for joy. Whatever your response, embrace your instincts and permit yourself to enjoy that moment in your way.
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