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homecoming dresses
09-18-2020, 06:33 AM,
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homecoming dresses
Mixed Preferences: Style and body shape are incredibly important when looking for any outfit – let alone one so important. It is highly unlikely you will have a group of bridesmaids with identical body types, so the chances of finding one dress that will look great on all of them are slim to none. By choosing matching dresses, you might be setting yourself up for some tough disagreements among your bridal party.

‘Prop’ Syndrome: There is a tendency for matching bridesmaids to two piece homecoming dresses be used as ‘props’ for your wedding day. Matching dresses signify unity, but they also represent uniforms, and cramming several people with different tastes, styles and body shapes into the same dress is essentially just creating a nice background for your day. Your bridesmaids might not mind this – or it might make them miserable and uncomfortable on your special day.

Budget Problems: Of course, choosing one dress for all of your bridesmaids can be risky. If your bridesmaids come from different financial backgrounds, what is affordable for one might be completely out of scope for another. As weddings are already quite expensive for bridesmaids, this can cause real problems. Giving your bridesmaids a general style or colour and allowing them to choose their own dresses means they can pick something within their budget, and not petticoats struggle to afford your ideal dress for the day.

Ultimately, brides should try to keep their bridesmaids happy while conforming to the bride’s wishes. For many bridesmaids, the bride’s wishes are paramount, and many will be glad to comply. In fact, many bridesmaids love the concept of matching bridesmaids’ dresses. The difference is whether they have any say in the style and type of dress they will be wearing. For more wedding tips and ideas, or to find your ideal wedding party look, get in touch with us today.

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