When it comes to Evening wear for any party ““ formal or casual, you want to look at your best. Evening dresses are the right way to get dressed for them and to look stunning. But its easy to get confused with so many dresses choices around. So, the first step in finding your dream wedding dress is to lookout for fabric. Here are some tips to guide you.
Not all styles and designs look good on a certain fabric. Usually, embellishments are best partnered with light to medium soft fabrics, while plain but beautiful structured designs are only achieved with fabrics that are crisp and stiff.
An evening gown in full lacework goes best with lightweight chiffons and satins. Dazzling embellishments such as sequins and beadings are woven over sheer organza and tulle layers.
Fabrics that are stiff are best plain but structurally designed, such as taffeta, duchess satin, and silk mikado. Brocade is also a great bodied fabric that has interwoven designs called jacquard. No matter what you are looking for in an evening dress, DressFirst is the best place to shop for yours with a wide variety of dresses to choose from.
Pick out fabrics that are flattering to your body.
The fabric you choose can be your magic charm for strutting your enhanced figure, or your lifesaver for successfully concealing your trouble areas.
Drape fabrics such as charmeuse and chiffon are perfect for hourglass figures who can confidently wear mermaid, sheath, and column silhouettes.
Bodied fabrics such as taffeta and stiff silks can be effective tricks for improving the shape of the tummy and buttocks. You can also choose fabrics that can create A-line, princess, empire and peplum, or multi-layered ball-gown dresses.
Once you have carefully done your own selection process as suggested above, there is no doubt that you will achieve that perfectly ravishing look in your smartly chosen evening dress.
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