Tropical Beach Wedding Dress
There are many types of weddings to choose from and as many locations as you can think of. If your wedding destination is an exotic and beautiful beach somewhere in a tropical country, try to choose your dress according to this fact because it will be a shame not to take full advantage of your gorgeous destination.
Picking a stylish, yet beach appropriate, wedding dress to wear may sound hard to most of the brides out there, but we are here to help and talk about a few details that will work just fine with all of the event's aspects: comfy is the aim and fashion is the game.
First, let's concentrate on the overall shape of the bridal gown. Avoid getting princess or A-line cut dresses because they will only work while in town or in a more traditional environment. Mermaid style dresses are also pariah in this context because they are not the most comfortable clothing out there. Column empire waistline gowns are the most interesting choices, while tea length halter top dresses are another great pick. Other great picks are the wrap dresses that flatter anybody's figure.
All in all, empire waistlines are the most appropriate of them all because they hide a larger belly or some chubby hips. Waistlines that go over the natural waist would look good but only on an hourglass shaped body who's owner wants to show it off. As for the length, floor length works fine, but if you want to take in all of the beach feel, try wearing a knee or tea length gown or one that reveals your legs in a flattering manner.
The neckline is important, as well. A masterfully cut neckline will take off a few pounds and will make everything seem more feminine and refined. Strapless gowns are perfect for a beach bash, but they don't complement everyone. Wide straps or a round neckline sleeveless top will do wonders with an apple shaped body and will make you feel fresher and more beautiful. The best thing to do is to stay away from long sleeves or small cap sleeves; these are not the most appropriate alternatives for a tropical beach wedding and will only make you more winter related.
The colors are essential. You can go for a classic white, without any accessories or splashes of color, or you can try on more modern ideas that contrast with the surroundings and make you pop out. Light oranges in combination with light shades of cream or beige will contrast with the turquoise water, while nude shades will highlight your naturally tanned skin tone and lightly colored eyes. Avoid strong colors or too dark accessories.