One small detail is of a high importance at your wedding dress- the hemline
There are so many questions a bride to be has before the big day and please consider that no one was born a knower. It is absolutely normal to feel this way, to be in dilemmas but on your way of the wedding planning you get to meet the problems but solutions too. And today we bring into discussion a subject that interests brides to be even though at first it seems just a detail the seamstress should know about to tell you: the wedding dress hemlines.
Defined to be the line of the dress measured from the floor to the lower edge of the fabric it can vary in length and in style. This actually will influence your overall look so factors that stand at the base of this decision are related to the height, too as properly way to get dressed. Since there are so many options I should put you in theme with these.
When it comes about the length the wedding dress hemlines are a long list options from floor length, tea length, short, middle length-cocktail style, below or above knee. But let’s not forget about the modern style, asymmetric or in front short and at the back long, also called the high-low hem. What’s best for you?
A floor length dress is for a formal event, something shorter can be for the party time to have more space as to move, to dance and as a tip to those that are short statue height there shouldn’t be half of measures here so for example choosing tea length as it creates the illusion of shorter legs.
At the wedding dress hemlines regarding the style category you can opt to have a simple line cut, to have it pulled back- how the bubble style selvage is and which looks good for short dresses, a wavy line, a complementing design with lace or a beaded line so actually a continued design as the corset or the skirt has.