If you’re like most women, you’re probably aware of the fact that slutty wedding dresses can be a bit on the pricey side.
But how do you get your sluttiest wedding dress made?
We put together a handy guide to get you started.
First, we’ve created a few basic principles to help you get the dress you want.
Then, we put together some suggestions on how to get the right color and pattern for your style.
Finally, we share a little secret.
And if you’re not sure what a slutty dress is, you can always take a look at this article.
Find a Wedding Dress with a Slut-Friendly Color for Your Body Part There are a number of ways you can achieve a slut-friendly color for your wedding dress.
If you want a dress that looks flattering, try this tutorial from Glamour: Find a Bridal Color That Looks Sexy and Comfortable for You to Wear to Your Wedding!
The color will vary based on your body type and body shape.
It might be a light-toned gray, a vibrant gold, or a shimmery yellow.
You’ll want to choose a dress with a neutral hue that blends in with the rest of your wardrobe.
If your favorite colors are not listed, you’ll probably want to experiment with a few other options.
For example, if you have a toned body type, or if you like a more slim cut, try pairing a light gray with a bright yellow or black.
This will create a unique look for you and your guests.
Pick a Dye That Looks Good with Your Color Pick a color that will complement your style without being overly bright or distracting.
You don’t want to end up with an overly bold color.
For instance, a white gown may look great with a light colored shirt underneath.
Or a light blue dress could be great with an orange shirt or dress.
But don’t go overboard!
The best way to color-match is with a palette of complementary colors.
For a classic color like white, you might choose a darker blue.
For more subtle shades, try a darker, lighter shade of blue.
Pick Your Wedding Dress Size and Color for the Best Look When you’re ready to get your dress made, it’s best to start with the most basic color and size.
For this guide, we’ll focus on an average-sized bride who has a 5’5″ bust and is wearing a 4’10” bodysuit.
Here’s a quick list of tips to help make sure you get exactly what you want: Choose a size that matches your body shape