When our customers select a wedding dress from us, they often meet a problem. That is, how to choose a right petticoat for her dress. Here, we would like to give you some advice about how to choose a wedding petticoat.
1: The right measurement is very important when looking for the best petticoat for your wedding dress. It is of utmost significance that you measure the circumference of your wedding gown right at the hem so you can have a petticoat that would fit your gown snugly. You may use a tape measure coming from one side of the seam to the other. Afterwards, double the number of the measurement you just had. Always keep in mind that proper measurements can make your wedding dress even more elegant.
2: Your gown may either have hoops or no hoops on its petticoat. Your wedding dress should have a petticoat but you must determine whether you will use a petticoat with hoops or no hoops at all. Wear a petticoat layer if you want a petticoat with hoops. In this way, you can hide the hoops without much fuss. Talk to your dressmaker regarding the petticoat that you will use and the materials the hoops shall be made of. Choose flexible and lightweight materials so you will not have difficulty in carrying the dress on your wedding day.
3: Netting can be used with your petticoat. These are an alternative to hoops especially when the bride would prefer her gown to stand out without being bothered by hoops. What netting and hoops can do is that they prevent your gown from going between your legs when you walk. You can walk down the isle without getting annoyed by your dress.
Actually, a good petticoat can add an elegant and full appearance to the bridal dress. It can even make a normal simple wedding dress look noble and classy
A-line petticoat suits the wedding dress with tight waist part and puffy skirt.
Two hoops petticoat suit small A–line dresses.
Three hoops petticoat suits A-line dresses not very puffy.
Train petticoat suits A-line dresses with a small train.
Two hoops mermaid petticoat suits dresses with slim body and a small train.
Six hoops petticoat suits a ball gown.
One hoop narrow mermaid petticoat suits a slim mermaid dress.