As I sifted through the various alterations and styles of wedding dresses, I noticed there is a trend when it comes to the train game. A lot of ladies LOVE a long elaborate train; it gives that beautiful effect when walking down the aisle (and looks absolutely stunning from behind).
When you try on dresses, you naturally become best friends with whoever is assisting you in/out of these dressess. When I commented on the trains of one of the dresses, one lady let me know that she was seeing some brides actually remove some of the under-lining of the dress to get a sheer illusion. This adds a nice subtle, yet dramatic effect on the train.
If your dress doesn’t have a train, and you want that effect, the Vereda from David Tutera for Mon Cheri (Style No. 213249) is your dream come true. It has a detachable chapel length train (so smart!) so that you can feel like a princess saying your nuptials, and then be ready to party in an instant! (You can also purchase the chapel length train separately as it can be worn with other David Tutera for Mon Cheri gowns as well.)
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