If you’re in the process of wedding dress shopping, then congratulations is in order! We know that this is a time-consuming and often stressful process, so we’ve made it a little bit simpler for you. This blog will give you a few pointers on what to wear when going wedding dress shopping, help you understand how to find your perfect dress, and provide some questions to ask designers during the fitting. Read on to learn more about what to wear when wedding dress shopping in the UK.
What to Wear
If you’re just browsing, then a top with a pair of jeans or pants is a good idea. That way you’ll be comfortable, and you won’t have to worry about spilling anything on your clothes. It’s also recommended to wear comfortable shoes for this process. When it comes to trying on dresses, it’s imperative that you make sure you’re wearing the appropriate undergarments. You want to make sure that any bra straps or panty lines are hidden. And most importantly, if the dress has spaghetti straps, then you’ll need strapless bra and nude-colored undergarments.
Dress for the weather
Before you head out to find your perfect dress, make sure that you’re dressed for the weather. Typically, the UK has colder temperatures during winter months (December through February), so dressing in layers is a good idea.
Additionally, remember that it’s important to wear comfortable shoes. You’ll be standing for hours and trying on many dresses, so it’s important to make sure your feet are comfortable!
Dress for your body type
The first thing you should know about when going wedding dress shopping is what type of body you have. This will help the designer better understand your needs and figure out the best style for you. For example, if you have a petite build, then a ball gown with a fitted top and fuller skirt would be ideal.
You’ll also want to consider your breast size, cup size, and bustline when looking for a dress. The larger the breast size, the more support you’ll need in your dress. You may even want a full-cup or demi-cup bra with a corset to wear under your dress during fittings before deciding on your final gown.
It’s also important to make sure that the gown isn’t too tight or too loose in certain areas of your body. If it’s too tight in an area where you typically carry weight, then it will be uncomfortable throughout the whole fitting process. You’ll probably not be able to get into it without having someone else zip up the back for you either—which defeats the purpose of going alone!
Dress for the occasion
When it comes to what to wear when wedding shopping, it’s important to dress for the occasion. You want to make sure that you’re comfortable and that you’re not going to be out of place or look too overdressed.
Here are some guidelines on what to wear:
Wear clothing that’s appropriate for the weather. For example, if it’s winter, wear a coat over your outfit so you won’t feel too cold.
Wear clothing that isn’t too formal or casual. You don’t want to go to the dress shop in jeans and sneakers because this will make it difficult for designers to take your measurements properly.
Wear clothing with minimal zippers, buttons, and other closures so they don’t get caught in the machinery at the dress shop.
Wedding dress shopping attire in the UK
What should you wear when going dress shopping?
To find the perfect dress, it’s best to wear comfortable clothing that is easy to move in. For fittings, a pencil skirt and blouse will do the trick. If you’re going dress shopping during the day or an early evening, a sundress or a summer dress may be appropriate as well!
How to Find Your Perfect Dress
Finding your perfect wedding dress can be a tedious and exhausting process. That’s why we’ve created this article to give you some pointers on what to wear while shopping so that you’ll come out of the experience feeling great and confident about your dress choice!
First, we recommend wearing clothes that fit well and are comfortable for you. You should also avoid wearing dresses with a tight waistband; these dresses will only make the fitting process more difficult for you. We suggest wearing shoes that won’t fall off or get stuck in the dress, like wedges or flats. Finally, we recommend bringing a friend or family member with you when you go wedding dress. They can help to take notes on which styles you like and which ones don’t look good on you.
What to Ask During a Fitting
When you go to a fitting, it’s important that you know what to ask the designer. It may be hard to stay focused on what you want when you’re in the midst of wedding dress shopping. You’re likely going for a bunch of fittings, trying on different dresses and finding yourself overwhelmed with information about various designers.
To make this process easier for you, we’ve compiled a list of questions for designers during your fitting. These questions will help with the inevitable decision-making process and ensure that no stone is left unturned when it comes to your perfect dress.
- What is your favorite part about this dress?
- Can I try any other styles on top of this one?
- Can I see it in another color or fabric?
- Does this dress have a matching veil or headpiece?
- How long does a typical fitting take?
- Are there any other dresses in my price range that I might like?
Questions To Ask the Designer
Make sure to ask the designer what alterations they will be making to your dress. This way, you can make a decision about whether or not it is a good idea for them to make these changes before you buy the dress.
Ask if they provide alterations services after the purchase of your dress, and make sure that you get a quote on how much the alteration would cost. If alterations are out of your budget, then you may want to look at another dress.
If the dress is not in stock and needs to be ordered, ask how long it will take for them to get it from their manufacturer. You may also want to inquire about the current availability of that style in case something goes wrong with your order.
Where is the dress made?
The first question to ask is where the dress is made. If it’s from a local designer, you might be able to go back and forth for fittings. If not, then you’ll need to schedule a fitting around your travel plans.
Additionally, a good designer will be familiar with the fabric and know what will look best on you. If they’re not local, then it’s best if they have a close understanding of your body shape so that they can alter the dress accordingly after the first fitting.
Choosing the perfect dress for your wedding day can be a daunting task. There are so many factors to consider and it’s easy to get stuck with indecision. The dress you wear will be a focal point and it can make or break your day. So, here are some helpful tips and questions to ask the designer about your dress.