As strapless wedding dresses dominated the wedding industry a couple of years ago, long sleeve wedding dresses are doing so right now. They can be found in many different gown shapes and styles. Read more about this in this blog, but first some more insight in the advantages of long sleeves.
Soft fabrics, fitted silhouettes and super elegant. Minimalistic wedding dresses are taking over the bridal fashion industry, and we see them more and more with long sleeves. By playing with the sleeves, designers are able to make a minimalistic gown a true statement piece. And we have a few in our collection!
Lace, lace, lace! Lace fabrics immediately give wedding dresses a romantic look. By combing these gowns with long lace sleeves, you can create an extra dreamy and whimsical look.
Bohemian wedding dresses are recognizable by their flowiness and statement lace fabrics. The long sleeves give the bohemian wedding dresses just that extra touch.
Glitter wedding dresses are very glamorous, sparkly and dazzling. They will truly capture everyones eye when you walk down the aisle. The long glitter sleeves make the pattern and fabric pop, making the gown really stand out on your skin.
En not to forget, the short wedding dresses. They are perfect for civil weddings, a reception or to change in for your party. The long sleeves can add that extra bridal vibe.
On our website you can find many more wedding dresses with long sleeves. Take a look at our entire collection we currently have in our showroom: https://keepitsfindbridal.nl/category/gowns/, here you can also find the prices and info on all the gowns.
We would love to meet you in our showroom!
Which wedding dresses matches which bodytypes? A question almost every bride asks herself, and one we get asked quite often. We have written out the basics for you in this blog.
But first things first…
‘I never expected this dress to look so good on me’,
‘I actually thought I wanted a complete different wedding dress’,
‘I would have never chosen this wedding dress myself’.
Many brides have a specific vision of what types and shapes of wedding dresses would look good on them and their bodytypes. Sometimes they believe certain gowns are off limits for them. The interesting thing is that many brides also say yes to a complete different dress than they had in mind, and one they never would have picked out of the racks themselves.
The reasons for this are the following:
Therefore we advice each bride to try on different styles and specifically shapes of wedding dresses with their bodytypes, they might surprise you.
There are some basic guidelines to which wedding dresses match well with certain bodytypes. But as each and every body is different (even if they have the same global bodytype), definitely try on different shapes as well.
Everyone knows the traditional princess ballgown dresses. A fitted top with a big and voluminous skirt.
An A-line wedding dress also has a fitted top with a loose and bigger skirt. The difference with an ballgown is that the A-line shape has a more delicate and less poofy skirt. They follow the shape of an A.
A Flit & Flare wedding dress is a subtle version of the A-Line shape. The Fit & Flare has a longer fitted top and flares out at your hips.
A sheath wedding dress is completely fitted and figure hugging.
A fitted silhouette with a flared skirt below your knee. Yes, those are called the Mermaid and the Trumput. The Mermaid has a voluminous skirt, while the Trumput has a more subtile flair. A shape that has been created to really accentuate your curves.
We hope we have been able to give the info you need to start your wedding dress search. If you have any questions related to wedding dresses and bodytypes, send us an email and we are happy to help you out.