3. Your preferred material. It’s time to confront reality. Some fabrics look better in specific lengths. Stiff, structured materials, such as satin and taffeta, look significantly better in short designs than in full-length gowns. The same is true with lace.
Not only do these materials appear better in short bridesmaid dresses, but can you imagine spending an entire day clothed from neck to toe in such a thick fabric? On the other hand, Chiffon looks stunning in both lengths, although brides prefer full-length bridesmaid dresses for a more sentimental, whimsical appeal.Click
4. The Wedding season and weather.Click
Wedding season and weather are extremely important factors to consider when selecting bridesmaid gowns. Nothing beats being extremely cold while taking outside photographs or sweating buckets in a thick, heavy garment.
Be informed of the potential temperature and weather patterns during the month you choose to marry. If you decide to deviate from the standard, make sure your bridesmaids have everything they need to be entirely comfortable. If that means using handheld electric fans, hand warmers, and cardigans, go for it. I can assure you that your generosity will be much appreciated!