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What to wear is the matter that draws the most attention from a bride-to-be. An ideal wedding dress will help her accentuate her personality and charm the crowd. Then, the most important element of her wedding gown must be the style.

Fortunately, wedding dresses available on the present market cover a rich collection of styles, lengths, colors, and accessories. Any kind of fashion taste will be catered by the really required wedding gown. Then, how can you pick out the wedding dress style that is only waiting for you? Below, some tips are shared with you.

At the time, brides wore black, brown, or such dark colours with only a few exceptions. Colours like green or yellow were considered unlucky; remember the myth, “Marry in yellow, ashamed of your fellow.” The commoners wore dark colours because they hid stains and imperfections.

Later, blue became the popular choice because it represented purity and piety with a connection to religion and the Virgin Mary. And though gowns made in white can be traced to the early 1400s, it was not popularised until 1840 during the wedding of Queen Victoria, where she wore an elaborate white dress. It soon inspired a following. By then, white wedding gowns became the most befitting colour for wealthy brides.

Now, most wedding dress colours are white, eggshell, ecru, or ivory. Not necessarily because they are a symbol of wealth, purity and virginity, but because the colour has become a lasting trend.

As we continue to stay at home for the good of our families and community, it’s hard to not be able to meet with brides and help them feel beautiful in finding their dream dress. I have been asked a lot now if I can meet with just one bride or ship dresses to try on for a virtual appointment. I want to continue to stay safe and keep my loved ones safe and so I have declined.

But I don’t want brides to feel discouraged who feel they need to try on their dress before they say yes, as there are many shops offering in-home services as each shop is doing what they can. I want brides to feel and be safe when participating in these services.

Or if you are a bride that knows they love a dress or found an amazing deal for a dress online through an authorized bridal boutique here are tips for you to stay safe.

A local gown preservationist who also has PHD in fabrications and is the president of The Association of Wedding Gown Specialists provided tips to shops and brides to help keep them safe.

How long can the virus survive?

The virus survives two hours on cardboard so your bride might want to lace wedding dresses wipe down the gown box with an antiseptic before she opens it. On fabric, some have said the virus lasts about two hours; the rougher the texture of the fabric the shorter the time it survives. However, the virus can last up to three days on plastic (think sequins, pearls and other decorations) and seven days on metal (think zippers).

Can wedding dresses be disinfected between brides?

You probably know the virus is surrounded by a thin “envelope” of fat, and the trick is to dissolve the fat. Steaming the gown does not get rid of the virus completely. Drycleaning does, but it’s not very practical to dry clean gowns in between each bride. There are sprays but it can ruin a dress. So it’s difficult on the shop’s side to disinfect the dress safely. The best thing to do is, leave the gown boxed and do not touch it for 5-6 days. semi formal dresses So as a bride, you can do the same if the timing works for you.
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