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The Custom Tailor & Brand Name Designer by Petersen Cerruti
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Getting A Custom Made Wedding Dress
Tips For Having A Bridal Gown Made
Brides who choose a custom wedding dress can get exactly what they always envisioned: the perfect wedding dress for them. However, choosing the dress and the dressmaker can be overwhelming. Brides who want the process to go smoothly should consider these tips:
Try On Some Dresses
Many dresses that look fantastic on bridal magazine models may be less than impressive in the dressing room. Brides considering a custom wedding dress should try on some gowns at a bridal salon to get a feel for what styles are most comfortable and flattering. Brides can also look in their own closet for inspiration-- is there a cocktail dress that always makes her feel sexy and beautiful? What silhouettes and necklines does she feel best in? Brides who are confident in what looks best on them will have an easier time discussing design with their dressmaker.
Find A Dressmaker
Designers who make custom wedding dresses can be found in several ways: many will have advertisements in magazines or in online classifieds. Brides can also ask friends and family if they know of anyone who had a dress made, and if they would recommend the dressmaker. Brides should never be afraid to interview potential dressmakers to get a feel for if they will be able to work well together, and to have a chance to see the dressmaker's portfolio.
Designers tend to be very visual people, and having photographic examples of what the bride likes and wants is very helpful when designing a wedding dress. Having pictures will also give the dressmaker a chance to discuss potential costs, and how a design might be altered to be more flattering to the bride.
Ask for References
If possible, brides should talk to the wedding dress designer's previous clients, look through his or her portfolio, and see some of his or her work up close. Does the dress look finished and professional? Are there loose threads, buckling and stitches? Is the trim carefully applied, or is there a sloppy look about it? When talking to previous clients, questions to consider might be:
* what was the designer like to work with?
* was their estimate of costs accurate?
* did he/she have trouble meeting deadlines?
* were you able to reach the designer easily, or did he/she return phone calls and emails in a reasonable amount of time?
Some people have the impression that having a wedding dress custom made should be equal to or even cheaper than the price of the gowns in bridal salons. In fact, quite the opposite can be true. The benefits to a custom gown are numerous: the bride gets exactly the dress she wanted, tailored to her body type. However, making a wedding dress requires many hours of painstaking attention, and brides should not be surprised when labor costs begin to add up.
Brides should be honest about their wedding dress budget with their dressmaker, to see what is and is not possible for the money they want to spend. Fabric choice, amount of lace and trim, and the type of dress can all have an impact on price, and the designer may have many helpful suggestions on how the dress may be made more cheaply.
Get Sketches and Fabric Samples
Brides having someone design their wedding dress should expect to see some sketches of ideas, and fabric samples to choose from. Fabric not only has an impact on cost, but on the drape and overall feel of the dress, and brides should discuss any concerns they have with their designer.
Have The Dressmaker Make a Prototype to Try On
After taking measurements, most dressmakers will make a muslin prototype of the dress for the bride to try on. This allows the designer to adjust for fit, and gives the bride a chance to see the general shape of the dress.
Consider Having Someone Make An Existing Pattern
Brides who want a custom wedding dress on a small budget should consider having a dressmaker make an existing wedding dress pattern for them. There are many beautiful dress patterns available in fabric stores, and some small adjustments to the design may be made without proving as costly as making a pattern and a dress from scratch.
Having a wedding dress custom made can be a long, but ultimately rewarding process. Brides should be up front and honest about their budget and their tastes, and should expect the same from their dress designer. If the bride chooses her designer carefully, the result will be a beautiful and unique wedding gown.
Choosing a Wedding Dress Shape
In a way wedding dresses are like any other items of clothing - some will suit you, some won't and the secret of looking good is to know which is which.
The relative infrequency of wearing formal gowns these days means that few of us, even if we are confident about our choices of every day clothes, are entirely sure about what sort of wedding dress will make us look our best.
These are the most commonly encountered shapes of wedding gown, with a quick run down of who should, and shouldn't, consider each. If you have not already figured out what body shape you are, look here first.
The distinguishing features of the ball gown style wedding gown are a fitted bodice, a defined waist and a full skirt.
It is probably the sort of wedding dress most little girls dream of wearing on their big day, but while it will make some of them look wonderful when the have grown up, it really is not for everyone.
Ball gowns work for:
Thin and tall brides, triangle or rectangle figures, slight pear shaped figure, slim hourglass figures.
If you are tall and slim with a well balanced shape, a classic ball gown can work great. If your figure is less than perfect, try a less defined waist (as in the middle above) or a less full skirt with perhaps some ruching to soften the look (as in the image on the left above).
Ball gowns won't work for:
Petite figure, pronounced pear-shaped figure or larger hourglasses.
While often recommended to disguise a pear shape, this is only true of the hips are just slightly wider than the shoulders, those with larger hips will find it disguises nothing but emphasizes the hips instead. These are statement dresses and can overwhelm small brides.
Less full than ball gowns, with a skirt that flares out from either a natural or a dropped waistline, usually with no seam at the waistline.
This is a style that flatters almost all figures and works especially well for pear-shaped or fuller-figured brides. The fullness of the skirt can be varied quite a bit.
A-Line works for:
Petite or full-figured brides, short waists
The simple lines of an a-line dress can make a small bride look taller and a full figured brides one slimmer. It is also flattering for the pear-shaped, especially with a lower waistline.
A-Line won't work for:
Thick waists, hourglass figures.
If your waistline is large, the dress will end up looking straight - effectively losing the a-line that gives it it's name, and will emphasize your waist. While hourglass figures can wear a-line dresses, they will not be making the most of their curves if they do.
Empire Line Dresses
Straighter than a-line and less figure hugging, in an empire line dress the skirt starts just below the bust, and falls softly from there.
The style and shape of the seam above the skirt can vary quite a bit, as the examples above show.
Empire line works for:
Petite figures, larger waist, small bust
Brides who don't want a figure-hugging dress should consider an empire line. It is good to conceal a larger waist. Tends to elongate the body, giving an appearance of being taller.
Empire line won't work for:
Curvy, pear-shaped or full figures.
Tends not to work with a larger bust, and the line of the skirt emphasizes larger hips.
Column or Sheath Dresses
Column dresses have a slim outline, cut close to and following the natural curves of the body. Some have a waist seam but generally they are sheath dresses.
They are often bias-cut (center, right), which allows the fabric to flow around the body and can be very flattering - provided you are slim.
Column dresses work for:
Slim, tall brides, rectangle and triangle body shapes
Column dresses have a very sleek modern look and can be stunning.
Column dresses won't work for:
Curvy, pear-shaped or full figures. Short brides.
A column dress hides nothing - it follows the body contours, wherever they are! They can make a short slim bride seem insignificant, especially if the groom is tall.
The top of these dresses can be like sheath dresses, but they flare out below the knee, putting more emphasis on the curves above.
Fishtails tend to have most of the flaring to the back of the dress, with mermaid it is very evident in front too. They are invariably quite figure-hugging.
Mermaid dresses work for:
Slim but curvy or hourglass figures
Very good on an hourglass figure, showing off the curves of the body to perfection.
Mermaid dresses won't work for:
Pear-shaped or full figures
Curves need to be in proportion and a waist which is noticeably smaller than the hips or shoulders is essential for this style to work. Really emphasises the hips, so not a style for the pear-shaped bride.
The Difference Between Couture & Ready-to-Wear Wedding Dresses
Not only are there are a variety of beautiful wedding dress styles available to suit your wedding theme and body, there are many amazing bridal couturiers and even more retail bridal shops to choose from. Selecting the right dress for you can become overwhelming.
Shopping for a wedding dress should be fun, so it’s important that one of the first things you should decide on is whether to have a one-of-a-kind wedding dress created for you or to purchase a ready-to-wear wedding dress. There are differences to consider when selecting between a couture or ready-to-wear wedding dress, so read on to be in the know …
Creation. A couture wedding dress is made to measure – its one-of-a-kind design is as unique as the bride. It is made specifically for the bride via extensive personal consultation and a series of fittings. Ready-to-wear wedding gowns are a popular choice with many brides, as the bride-to-be can immediately try on the wedding dress and see the finished product.
Quality & Workmanship. Couture gowns are usually made from quality natural fabrics such as silk. Ready-to-wear wedding dresses are generally produced from more economical fabrics such as synthetics. The difference between natural and synthetic fabrics is in the look and feel of the wedding gown. Shop around as more and more ready-to-wear bridal houses are introducing finer quality fabrics into their collections. The distinctive characteristic of a couture gown is the finish. Couture gowns are intricately detailed, painstakingly made and perfectly finished. They can take anywhere from 40-50 hours to produce. The seams and hems of couture gowns are hand-finished, smooth, invisible and comfortable against the skin. Some ready-to-wear manufacturers glue beads onto the dress instead of sewing them in and machine sew the hems. These little things are what take a wedding dress from lovely to amazing – it’s all in the fine details.
Design Choice & Fit. The sky is the limit with couture wedding gowns. They are a piece of art, sculpted exclusively to fit the bride’s curves like a glove. Couture gowns open up a world of fabrics, colours and embellishments to select from. Ready-to-wear selections are limited to the designs available for sale in the retail store, with many stores generally only carrying a number of designs from each collection. Ready-to-wear wedding dresses are like fashion, they are made to standard sizes. Whilst they may fit those brides-to-be that fall into the ‘standard’ size range, more often than not alterations are still required to ‘take-in’, ‘let-out’, shorten or lengthen different areas. Alterations to ready-to-wear wedding dresses do add to the cost of the dress, so be mindful of how much you need altered and how much you would like to change. Changing the neckline, adding beading or sleeve length all add to the cost, so that couture gown may not end up being that much more expensive if you are making several changes to a ready-to-wear gown.
Price. Couture gowns are generally priced between $3500 and $8000, although many cost $10,000 +. The average price of a ready-to-wear wedding dress is around $1500 - $2000. When you consider the individuality and workmanship of a one-of-a-kind designer wedding gown, if you can afford it, it's the one to go with. If not, shop around as the quality and designs of some of the better ready-to-wear boutiques come very close to the couture wedding gowns, without the high price tag.
Whether you purchase your wedding dress off-the-rack, or have it made by a couturier, is a decision that only you can make, however make your decision sooner rather than later and the rest will fall into place.
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Plus size wedding dresses have been in vogue for many years now. Once upon a time, plus sized people found it really tough to find the right dresses. Especially on the wedding day, when everyone wants to look at their best, plus sized people found it difficult to choose the right attire. Then many fashion houses and garment manufacturers came up with the idea of plus sizes for such people. From normal everyday wear to dresses for special occasions, plus size dresses have now given much better options to larger sized people. We recommend that in the plus size wedding dresses category, to make the dress fit perfectly, you must look at the option of custom wedding dress.
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The Custom Tailor & Brand Name Designer by Petersen Cerruti
335/148 Scenery Project
Sukaphibal 6 Road, Bangpli Yai, Bangpli District,
alt: 084-674-7718 , 081-612-6398