How to Choose a Wedding Dress that Fits Your Vibe

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From multi-layered ball gowns to chic modern A-lines, boutiques are full of potential wedding dresses. But how do you find one that really feels like you? Because the last thing you want to do is invest in a dress you regret purchasing later on. 

Before you start a serious wedding dress search, consider these tips on how to find a dress that truly fits your vibe.  

Try on Many Different Styles

Wedding dresses come in numerous shapes and styles, so it’s important to try on different designs to see which one looks and feels the best on your body type. 

You might think you prefer a mermaid silhouette, but when you try it on, you realize the style doesn’t flatter your figure. Or you may love lace, but after trying on a few lace dresses and a few silk ones, you decide that silk feels better on your skin.

Whatever the case, once you have a clear idea of the kind of silhouette you like, you can then focus on style details and the kind of vibe you want to present in your dress. Because after all, your dress is an extension of you, so you’ll want it to show some of your personality. 

Below are a few of the most popular wedding dress styles. Read through them to see which kind fits your vibe, then head to the nearest boutique (or shop online) to find similar designs. 

Breezy Beach Wedding Dresses for the Oceanside Bride 

Whether you’re celebrating on a boat in the bay or flying to Cabo San Lucas for a Resort at Pedregal wedding, you’ll want a gown that keeps you feeling cool and looking beautiful. 

Beach brides may love wedding dresses with plunging necklines or scoop backs. Sheath silhouettes offer elegant sophistication while also ensuring your dress doesn’t fly up during windy moments. But that doesn’t mean ball gowns and airy tulle aren’t an option. Just make sure the fabric stays in place! And if you want a bit of both worlds, consider a flowing pantsuit.

Lace Wedding Dresses for the Romantic at Heart

Hopeless romantics will love the frills and details lace wedding dresses offer. These types of dresses come in all kinds of styles and silhouettes, from high-neck ball gowns to strapless tea- length numbers. 

Lace has a timeless look to it, so if you’re having a classic wedding with a lot of feminine, romantic details incorporated, a lace dress may be exactly what you’re looking for. 

Plus, nearly every variation of a wedding gown has a lace option, so you’re spoiled for choice if this is the wedding gown vibe you’re going for. 

Vintage Wedding Dresses for Bygone Brides

Do you ever feel like you were born in the wrong decade? Do you prefer antiques over whatever is trending on Instagram? If you’d rather wear an outfit from the roaring 20s than something from the 2020s, then a vintage wedding dress is the way to go. 

It could be an actual vintage gown that you find on Etsy or in a thrift store or a vintage-inspired gown with details that harken back to your favorite time in history.

Depending on the era you’re going for, you’ll want to look for design elements like empire waists, tea-length dresses, high necks or sweetheart cuts, fringe, beading, or lace. 

Whimsical Wedding Dresses for the Princess Bride

Ethereal ball gowns, layers of organza, ruffles, lace, and floaty fabrics can all create a whimsical wedding gown fit for a fairy queen. 

Whether you’re hosting your big day at DisneyLand or a Cabo San Lucas wedding planner is helping you create a dream wedding in a far off destination, a wedding dress with a fantastical touch may fit your vibe over any other. 

Look for dresses with embellishments and lace, feathers or pearls. And don’t limit yourself to an all-white outfit. Wedding dresses with a hint of color, like blush, can look beautifully magical. 

These are just a few of the many types of wedding dresses when you start your search for the one you’ll wear down the aisle. Remember to start with a basic idea of what kind of silhouette you’d like to wear, then think about your personality and what kind of vibe you’re going for overall. Keep these things in mind and you’re sure to find a wedding gown that will feel like it was made especially for you!