Many brides-to-be like the ball gown style when considering their wedding dress, if you are one member of them, the below tips of choosing ball gown would give you some help when start your shopping.
Don’t Freak Out: Don’t worry about tripping! Although a ball gown has a full silhouette, it shouldn’t be excessively long. The front of the skirt should just brush the top of your toes, says Hall.
Bustle It Up: To make dancing and moving around easier after your ceremony, request a bustle during alterations, Hall says. This helpful alteration will bring your train up to the length of your gown and make walking, dancing and using the restroom much easier.
Don’t ‘Over-Crinolize’: The biggest, most dramatic option can be tempting, but adding too much crinoline can make the gown heavy, hot and even scratchy. Instead, opt for softer fabric and fewer layers for a ball gown silhouette that’s more comfortable and has more movement to it, Hall advises.