N.P. Mall, in a bid to encourage more women to get married, is offering free dresses to couples who want to wear them in front of family and friends.
The dresses will be a size 16 or larger and can be purchased from Feb. 21-29 at N.N. Mall in Charlotte, N.D. There is no cost to the bride and groom.
“You’re going to be able to get a lot of inspiration on how to wear a dress,” says Charlotte-based stylist Kristin Bowers, who has worked with N.M. Mall for more than 20 years.
“If you want to get really fancy, you can even do a full wedding dress.
You can get something a little bit more formal and more formal for your big day.”
The dresses are a good option for a bride who is planning a big wedding and wants to be stylish, but don’t want to spend the $500-$1,000 they would normally spend on a wedding dress for a family or friends.
“They’re a good alternative to buying a whole wedding dress,” Bowers says.
“I think a lot more people are going to want to do this than if you had to spend $50,000 for a wedding.”
There are many styles of wedding dresses, but Bowers believes the ones that are most popular are the size 16s.
The 16 is the smallest size of the 16- to 18-inch size range, which is what is recommended for most people.
The other sizes are between a 10 and a 16.
“The 16-to-18-inch range is going to work well for most women,” Bower says.
N.S. Mall’s website includes a photo gallery of some of the most popular wedding dresses.
For a wedding with a wedding planner, she recommends that people buy their dress in one piece and cut the fabric to fit the bride’s body, which will give her a more structured look.
Bowers suggests that a woman can even wear a little more than a wedding gown if she is worried about losing the fit.
“It’s very important to have some form of support for the wedding,” she says.
She also suggests that you try on a few dresses before you buy them, because if one of them is too tight, you may not have enough fabric to go around.
“Just because you’ve been buying wedding dresses for years, you’re not going to have a problem with them,” she adds.
“We can see how a lot older people look.”
For more ideas for dress shopping, go to N.J. Mall.