We’ve got you covered on how to choose a wedding dress, whether you’ve been dreaming of your wedding gown since you were five and know the exact specifications you want down to the last sequin, or you didn’t think about it until your future spouse’s mother nagged, “You still haven’t gotten your gown.”
Finding your ideal gown might be a difficult task. After all, you’ve probably never tried one on before, and it’s the most costly garment most women will ever buy, so the pressure might be intense when it comes to wedding dress shopping. It may also feel as if you’re learning a new language—tulle, A-line, fit-and-flare, organza, sheath, and so on. Not to mention the fact that more brides are wearing two dresses—one for the ceremony and one for the reception—which can make buying even more stressful.