Why you want to wear a corset wedding dresses
So he finally asked you to marry him. You’ve said yes, and so now begins the hunt for your perfect wedding dress. You’ve been pinning this wedding onto Pintrest even before you met him, you’ve been scanning bridal magazines for years, and secretly watching those wedding shows about finding your perfect wedding dress knowing that if you were on that show you’d have your dress in under an hour.
But now that’s it’s you, and it’s your wedding, you’re not sure what you want. There are endless style options and if you don’t like classic silhouettes you can even have your gown custom made. This is all too many options, and you’re about to turn into a raging bridezilla if someone doesn’t help you narrow this down, like right now!
That is why I’m telling you, you want to wear a corset dress on your wedding day and here’s why:
Corset dresses are universally flattering.
Because you literally control how tight this dress is, there’s no chance of looking like you’re trying to squeeze into your own wedding dress. These dresses help hold in your tummy and support your chest, or if you’re on the itty bitty committee they can actually enhance your girls. If laced correctly corset dresses, can shrink your waist anywhere from two to seven inches giving you the uber desired hourglass figure. Not to mention that iconic V shape the lacing creates down your back; stunning every time.
Corset dresses give your wedding dress a timeless feel
One of the trends in wedding dresses that never seems to go away is that desire to have a timeless gown. This classic trend helps brides to achieve many looks on their wedding day such as the classic fairy tale princess look, an old Hollywood glamour look, and even a Titanic inspired true vintage look complete with vintage lace and opera gloves. If you’re wearing a corset dress on your wedding day, you’ll be able to look back your wedding album years from now and still be in fashion.
Corset dresses offer many style options
Corset bodices can be paired with any skirt, from ball gowns to sheaths and everything in between, so you can customize your wedding dress to fit and flatter you. They can also be altered to included sleeves if sleeveless isn’t your thing or if your wedding location requires sleeves. If you don’t want your corset bodice to be obvious, like a Pnina Tornai dress, then you can have the corset sewn under a fabric overlay so no one will now your instant hourglass secret.
If you chose to wear a corset dress on your wedding day let us how much you loved it with pictures or comments below!