A bride like a princess
With no exception all women dream about their wedding day. And it is the splendor of the purely white wedding gown that makes them so delighted about this. They all would like to be, to feel, to be treated and even to look like a real princess. From the fairly tales to reality is only one step, until choosing the princess wedding gown to make this dream come true.
First of all, the concept about princess dresses means much more than the exact copy of the dresses we know from the stories. Generally speaking, when referring to this, many think to sparkles, to precious, embellished dresses, others think to a design of an elaborated work, to a decked out dress type and so on. But strictly referring to princess wedding gowns not to its metaphorically meaning they are the image of the sweet ladies in the stories, with decent dresses but attention catcher because of the design.
Second of all, even though the princess dress type as wedding bridal gown is in fact a single pattern the idea can be adjusted to each and every case, as to suit the bride’s personal look, to her body shapes and measurements. It is about the tight corset, continuing with a full large skirt. Usually it has crinoline /hoop skirt under as to make it look more bouffant. The waist is accentuated; the skirt is not a simple one but embellished either with lace above, with fine models, flowers as well.
From this general pattern several others princess wedding gowns can be created. Adjusted to each and everyone’s references it all can gain a distinctive modern view. For example, the waist is not a strict rule to be the middle line of the body. For a person with enviable silhouette the dropped waist can be the method to put more value on to this part, with an impressive tight part of the dress until the knees. But if for one such an idea is a femininity accent for another one it is in its disadvantage: a petite lady with dropped waist will create the illusion for even shorter state high, so an inconvenient for her.
Going further, some others parts of the dress can be modified but still preserving that princess aspect. For example, the corset can be sweetheart neckline, with strings at the back, with straps or without, backless, or halter type, high neckline as a modernism view about the cleavage part.
This pompous look, this pretentious style, the clear image of a formal wedding, creates not only a diaphanous look, but it gives the bride the opportunity to be exactly as a princess. Just adding some others accessories, a tiara on your head and your dream becomes reality- just precious. And the end of the stories and fairy tales say: “And they lived happily ever after”.