The wedding gown you choose must be bought keeping in mind the exact time of your wedding. If it is an afternoon wedding then the colours of your wedding gown should match accurately. While an evening wedding on a moonlit evening would require an evening gown of another colour. The nature of your wedding would also dictate the nature of design, fabric and the style of the gown that you are going to wear on the wedding day. If you have chosen a specific theme for your wedding, then it is very important that your wedding gown matches the pre-set theme. After all, you will be the cynosure of all attention on your wedding day. In order to zero in on the perfect wedding gown you need to envision yourself wearing the gown and think how it would look when you walk down the aisle or in the open.
For women, who are planning to have a traditional Hindu Wedding, you could choose from a modern lehenga or a tantalising choli. However before being too experimental, ensure that you do not ruffle feathers in a very traditional set up. However, a basic knowledge of the kind of wedding gowns that are in vogue would help you arrive at the right decision. Some brides prefer the umbrella skirt type of wedding gowns where the bodice fits up to the waist and then flows out with a buckram below it to support it. The empire style with a high waistline tapering to a slimmer skirt is also in demand by brides who want to look slimmer on the d-day.The A-type gown gives you a good fit. For those amongst you who have a curvaceous body, the sheath style wedding gowns which drapes the body, revealing all its beautiful contours would be just perfect.