For more than 70 years, thousands of brides have traveled to Kleinfeld Bridal in New York City to find their wedding day looks. From the moment you walk through the doors, you’ll feel the magic of Kleinfeld. Not only does Kleinfeld have 30,000 square feet filled with the largest selection of wedding dresses in the world, it also has the greatest professional staff of over 200 employees who are dedicated to finding and perfecting your bridal look.
We rounded up a list of wedding dress features that are both stylish and convenient that you’ll surely be grateful for on your wedding day—check them out, below.
The best part about pockets? A place to put necessities! Not only will you look super chic in your photos with your hands in your pockets (a total cover girl moment), but you can also use your pockets for all the essentials, like your phone, a hair tie, tissues, chapstick or snacks!
Who doesn’t love a detachable detail? With options like beautiful bows to add romance and overskirts to add drama, trying a detachable feature will be the best decision you make during your wedding planning process.
Whether you opt for a dramatic cape or a stunning bolero, two-for-one accessories will be sure to wow your guests! You’ll get two looks in one with these unique pieces—strut down the aisle with your cape flowing behind you for added drama and remove it at your reception to switch up your look or wear a bolero during your religious ceremony and remove it at your venue. Our favorite two-for-one switch up? Get crafty and turn your beaded belt from your ceremony into a sparkly headband for your reception!
Tulle, chiffon and lace, oh my! You’ll be thanking yourself on hour 3 of dancing on your wedding day for choosing a style made of lightweight fabrics. Breathable, airy and breezy, opt for a style made with lace (like cotton or Alençon), tulle, or chiffon for a totally cool experience.
Bustles are the best thing since sliced bread. Why? They help to lift and secure your train so you can dance the night away at your reception. With the help of your fitter, you’ll select a bustle during your alterations fittings, and your sewer will work to add a system of buttons, loops or ties to get your dress all set up to be bustled after your ceremony.