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Bridal fashion: How to choose flattering wedding belt

Wish to look slimmer on your big day? You may simply add a wedding belt/sash to your wedding gown. A belt would help to accentuate your waist and can be a bridal accessory that adds lots of sparkle and glam to your wedding day look. Bridal sashes come in different materials and styles. If you plan to invest in a bridal sash, read on for the following tips.
Before you start your belt shopping, ask yourself what color you should get, how much money you need to spend, what form of ornament should that have and which belt style is flattering for your body shape. If your gown is incredibly detailed, you might look at a simple and some kind of horsehair ribbon sash. On the other hand, if your dress looks plain and simple, you can choose which has a more lavish belt. For bling, look for a sash made with Swarovski crystals or diamond pointed rhinestones. For a vintage touch, look for a touch of art deco like Cadence, SparkleSM’s nod to the roaring twenties. You might also add a pop of color to your bridal look by wearing a colored floral belt.
Bridal belts are made from an array of fabrics and come in several different styles. When looking for the right belt fabric, don’t be afraid to stray from the material of your wedding dress. A contrasting belt, such as lace on taffeta or satin on silk can be quite striking. It will give your dress a more detailed and designer look. Other good combinations are taffeta over lace, satin over tulle.
Tips on wearing the belt
What the bridal belt does is to put emphasis on the curves of the bride. It’s important to feel and look sexy on your big day. You need to direct the eyes of your guests to the right places of your wedding gown. Browse trending wedding apparel and accessories for your big day at BlackFive now!


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