Wedding Dress Petticoats To Match Your Wedding Dress
There are a million things to think about before the wedding day, not to mention planning. Things that are usually insignificant can suddenly become of great significance.
People don’t usually give too much thought to slips under dresses or skirts, much less petticoats. But if you want to improve your look then the right undergarments are crucial.
The first choice you’re going to make is either to have hoops or no hoops under your dress. For hoops, a petticoat layer over it is advisable so that the hoops don’t show. Take into the consideration the material of the hoops. Weddings outdoors where weather is windy can be trouble if the material is too rigid, and can be troublesome when sitting down. Talk to your dressmaker to see if having a “Rigilene” hoop sewn into a regular petticoat is needed. It’s advisable since it’s lightweight and flexible enough that sitting and dancing close won’t be such a problem.
Hoops have other alternatives, these include layers of netting. However summer brides say that hoops are cooler than layers of netting. If the boutique or dress maker doesn’t have these, try searching the internet for “hoopless” wedding dress petticoats. Dressmakers may be able to make one for you. However, this is not advisable if the material of the dress is too heavy. Then, it may take hoops to obtain the proper effect with your dress. One notable advantage of hoops is that they keep the skirts of your dress and any wedding dress petticoats from going between your legs when walking. Try wearing wedding dress petticoats with and without hoops and see which one does, to make a sure conclusion of which one you want.
To choose the right wedding dress petticoat you’ll need to measure the circumference of your dress at the hem. Use a tape measure for the seams, and double this number. On hem circumferences of 94 to 125 inches an A-line petticoat would be preferable. Medium fullness of a petticoat is used for hem circumferences of 128 to 157 inches. 160 to 188 inches, use very full slips which work well in accentuating the bottom of the dress. A “mega” full petticoat is appropriate for circumferences up to 220 inches. Don’t choose a slip that’s fuller than your dress unless the fabric of your dress is heavy.
The look you want on your wedding day is greatly influenced by wedding dress petticoats. Wedding dress hoops and wedding dress slips give different effects, trying them both can help you reach a good conclusion. You may, however, be able to rent a petticoat with hoops. Luckily there are many options in wedding dress petticoats. Remember to consider the type of wedding dress undergarments that will work best. Try to search as early as possible so you’ll have plenty of time to obtain the perfect petticoat for your big day.
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