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How to Choose Between a Short Wedding Dress and a Long One

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*This is a sponsored post from our friends at Devotion Dresses.

Many brides to be are faced with the question at the start of their gown hunt: short or long? And, with wedding dress trends constantly in flux,  it’s times like these that it can be easier to make a decision based off of your venue and wedding agenda (i.e. do you plan on dancing the night away?).

For a traditional wedding held in a church or another place of worship, a short wedding gown may not be the right gown for the occasion.  Furthermore, those long aisles were practically built for a long train that can make for a stunning entrance. However, if the wedding is in a civic space or even outdoors, a short wedding gown is a cute, stylish option that is perfect for the ceremony, to show off the shoes and bust a move on the dance floor afterwards.

When traveling abroad for your wedding, a short wedding dress may be a blessing for your luggage. Also, when it comes to repurposing your wedding gown, a short gown is a great versatile look that can be worn many times.

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It is important to consider your body type. Both short and long wedding dresses offer a lot of versatility within their categories when it comes to presenting a breath-taking bride. Short wedding gowns are great for brides not afraid to show off their legs, while long wedding gowns are an excellent opportunity for a bride to show off on her big day. Long trains and a plethora of décor is the perfect recipe for the modern princess look, while a fit and flare with a layered skirt is a stylish and feminine go-to.

Most importantly, always consider your own personal style, what is it that you feel comfortable in? What do you wear on a regular day basis? You should always feel like yourself on your wedding day and have a gown that amplifies your beauty rather than dims it.

DevotionDresses.com is a marketplace for individually custom wedding dresses tailor made in Europe. All gowns are made from scratch to fit the bride perfectly on her first try, and are made to meet the highest European quality standards.

About the Author

Tayler Cusick Hollman
Tayler Cusick Hollman

Tayler is the Creative & Marketing Director at Aisle Planner. She is obsessed with color and pattern, notoriously cooks everything from scratch, and can sometimes be seen cruising around on a skateboard. Follow Tayler on Instagram @taylrd_designs

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