Bridesmaids and what they wear are essential to the success of any wedding ceremony. Usually the bride will choose a bridesmaid dress style that is in harmony with the bride's dress and the wedding theme. The dresses are often ordered a few months before the wedding to ensure they have enough time to do further alterations. So for the bridesmaids, do not wait until the last minute to have your dress fitted, as you could end up with a poorly fitting dress, which may compromise the overall beauty of the bride's big day.
Wait to receive notification from the bridal shop when the dresses have arrived. Schedule an appointment to go in for an initial fitting. Wear a proper-fitting bra and underwear. The fitter will assess alterations that need to be made to the length, the straps or sleeves, the bust, and the waist and hips. Bring the shoes that you will be wearing with you so that you and the fitter will know what the dress will look like with shoes on. If you do not yet have your shoes, bring a comparable pair.
When the alterations from the bridal shop have been finished, schedule an appointment to try on the dress. Make sure the dress fits comfortably and is not too tight. The torso should be formfitting and the neckline should not sag. Let the fitter know if there are any additional alterations that you think need to be made.
Keep your dress hung up in garment bag until the wedding. Do your makeup before putting on the dress, so that none gets smeared on the dress. Iron the dress before putting it on, if necessary. And a pair of comfortable shoes are also very important, as you may need to stand the most of the day, flats are suggested, wide and low heel shoes are fine.
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