Now that you know what kind of dress you're looking for, it's time to try out some wedding gowns. Here are some things that you need to pay close attention to when you go for a dress fitting.
Who knew shopping could seem stressful?! We would imagine, since being engaged, you’ve been asked a dizzying array of wedding dress questions – what you like, when you’re shopping, who’s going, are you wearing sleeves, can they come, who’s your favorite designer, who’s buying?
But worry not, thanks to our bridal friends at Yenny Lee Bridal Couture, we have all the best wedding dress shopping tips!
Follow our guide and not only will shopping for gown be your favorite planning to-do, the whole process can be the one totally flawless wedding excursion.
Find your nearest retailer to schedule your appointment and start shopping!
Once you’ve taken a gander through our expert bridal tips, start your research with Yenny Lee’s new wedding dress collections. With three separate lines for brides of different style brides and budgets – Yenny Lee Custom Made Couture, Yenny Lee Bridal Shopping, and Yenny Lee Rent Collections – it would be hard not to find your dream dress.
Even for the shopping obsessed, that aforementioned complexity combined with a global pandemic creates a slew of challenges most planning small weddings in 2020, and larger events in 2021 and into 2022, weren't expecting.
The concept of wedding dress shopping is exciting, full of fantasy—yet no easy task. As a result, getting started can be daunting, and the process is (admittedly) not always glamorous. It's a moment most fashion lovers dream of, but it's a whole new world, different from off-the-rack shopping at brick-and-mortar stores and more detailed and labor-intensive than online shopping.
To help you seamlessly navigate this shopping process, we’re breaking down how to get started and when to shop, and flagging all the mistakes brides make on the hunt for their wedding gowns. This is an endeavor that requires expert advice; whether you hire a stylist well-versed in bridal, haute couture, and all things formal, or whether you go it alone with the help of a curated group of friends and family