How to choose a petticoat for your wedding dress

As we know , if you want to look perfect in your big day , in addition to your wedding dress, petticoat – a wedding accessory is also something that you should pay attention . But it seems that brides often overlook . In fact, a good petticoat can make the dress more elegant and complete wedding . It is used to adjust the shape of the wedding dress and can hold the dress in a curved shape . Different skirts can give different looks to your dress.
There are different types of slips, including A-line skirt there , two hoops petticoat , petticoat three hoops petticoat three hoops behind, two hoops petticoat mermaid petticoat six hoops petticoat four hoops petticoat rounded natural, tulle petticoat with six hoops , petticoat skirt and thin siren two hoops behind. But in general, the most common are the natural form skirts and petticoats with hoops.

Petticoats natural form are usually made in organza. Compared with hoop skirts , petticoats natural shape rather fit the wedding dress in organza or tulle, because this kind of fabric is lighter, which does not require the penalty to hold . Using a petticoat natural shape you can show a beautiful silhouette.

Hoop petticoat is mainly used for wedding gowns princess satin wedding gowns with a rounded skirt and wedding dresses chapel train .

This kind of skirts always have two or three hoops. Some of them are decorated with tulle, some of them have a train. To give a better presentation to the natural wedding dress, we generally choose tulle petticoats . The number of hoops will be decided by the length and silhouette of the skirt. Petticoat with trolling fits the wedding dress Chapel Train or train monarch .

Prom dress / princess dress satin : If you choose a wedding dress in satin, you ‘d better choose a petticoat with hoops, otherwise, your dress will look like A-line dress . Satin is one of the heavier fabrics , only one hoop petticoat can hold . If the satin is not so thick, when you choose a skirt , there are two important factors to consider . First, you must choose a petticoat with hoops, and second, you ‘d better choose a tulle petticoat . Choose a tulle petticoat with more possible to avoid reflected in the form of circles skirt layers.

Wedding dress chapel or monarch behind : if your wedding dress is to chapel or monarch train, you must choose a hoop petticoat , because it can make the most comprehensive and softer skirt, creating a perfect style and meaning and beautiful showing a royal vision.

Wedding dress pleated or draped : this kind of dress attracts people’s attention to the size of the bride and gives the impression of thinness. Only petticoats shaped entirely vaulted may interpret pleated details and provide a contrast effect .

A-line skirt is suitable for wedding dress tight waist and curved skirt .

Two hoops petticoat assort well with dresses A-line .

Three hoops petticoat fits a dress A-line skirt not very curved .

Train petticoat suitable for A-line dresses with a small train .

Two hoops petticoat mermaid is prepared for dresses sheath body and small train .

Underskirt two hoops and a ball gown always mix.

A mermaid petticoat hoop fits a mermaid sheath dress .

Two hoops petticoat suits Train A-line gown with a train of medium length.



2 thoughts on “How to choose a petticoat for your wedding dress

  1. Hi there. Very useful article, thanks. My dress i A-line and made from a heavy satin with a light layer of tulle over the top. I have a two hoop petticoat but I don’t like it. It feels too stiff and gives the dress an unnatural look. Is there anything I can do? Any hoopless skirt that will hold the material?

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