Your wedding day is one of the most important- and busiest- days of your life. With many things going on, it’s easy to almost lose yourself in all the hysteria. However, if you follow the tips outlined below, you’ll be sure to turn heads at the end of the day with your alluring look. By Rachel Stinson
Select clothes according to your body
It is very important that you get clothes that fit you, and not clothes that seem to be in vogue. The truth is that what is in vogue might not always fit everyone, and you shouldn’t have to look awkward and feel uncomfortable just because you’re looking to satisfy certain trends. Make sure that your wedding dress was made for you, and that you look- and feel- great in it. Hey, it’s your wedding for God’s sake!
Whatever you do, maximize comfort
There’s no way I can possibly stress this enough. It’s your wedding, and your comfort should be your top priority. If you feel that something you’re wearing is too tight or that it will have a way of hampering your freedom, then it might be a sign for you not to wear it. Don’t force things; rather, let them flow organically, and you’ll be surprised at how well you’ll look on your wedding day.
Make sure to find a balance
The key to an awesome look is striking a perfect balance between allure and comfort.
Yes, you feel comfortable in Vans shoes and joggers. However, that doesn’t mean that they’re perfect for your wedding. You need to maximize your own comfort but also make sure that you keep the usual conventions in mind.
Accessories and makeup should ideally be on a minimal
It is a general wedding rule that makeup and the use of accessories and jewelry should be applied as minimal as possible. Let your natural beauty take center stage, and you’ll be surprised at the results.
However, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you shouldn’t try to conceal any imperfections if you have any. You can give yourself a simple face beat, or just use some nude makeup to act as a complement to your natural beauty.
Ditto for the accessories; you can use some beautiful stud earrings and a conservative necklace, but that’s just about as far as it should go. You sure don’t want to go out there glowing like a Christmas tree.
If you must wear heels, be sure to test them
Please know that heels are never compulsory for your wedding. However, if you feel like you need to wear them, you can have a fitting and see how they feel on your feet. Your choice of footwear is very important because there is no doubt that you will be doing a lot of moving around. To wit, make sure that certain shoes fit perfectly before you put them on.
About The Author
Rachel Stinson has always had a knack for writing, food, fashion, and places. Blogging has combined all four for her with an added bonus of enthusiastic audiences. She expertly analyzes real estates, restaurants and online fashion stores with respect to pricing and people involved and can express her opinions in an unhesitant, engaging manner for all matters.