Benefits of Choosing a Dress with an Overskirt

Choosing a wedding dress with an overskirt offers versatility that allows for a two-in-one bridal look. The addition of an overskirt infuses a sense of drama, elegance, and tradition for the ceremony while the removal of the detachable piece provides ease of moment and comfort. The second look is not only more relaxed, but it also offers the opportunity to incorporate a tastefully sexy or playful element into the bridal look.

 

This piece also eliminates the need for the gown to be bustled after the ceremony. Convenient and adaptable, the convertible look is not only functional, but it cultivates a way for brides to express personality and style in multiple looks.

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Overskirts are designed in various ways offering brides options in how they choose to wear their convertible bridal looks. For instance, detachable overskirts can be fully removed to transition from a full ball gown to a fitted gown. Semi-detachable options provide the choice of a layered or tiered appearance. Similarly, there are overskirts that wrap around the entire circumference of the body while there are also overskirts that wrap behind from right hip to left hip keeping the front of the fitted gown exposed.

Contributing to the dynamic element of the style, fabrics like tulle, lace, and satin are all commonly used for overskirts. Train lengths vary from dramatic cathedral-length trains to shorter styles catering to an array of individual preferences.

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Overskirts are designed in various ways offering brides options in how they choose to wear their convertible bridal looks. For instance, detachable overskirts can be fully removed to transition from a full ball gown to a fitted gown. Semi-detachable options provide the choice of a layered or tiered appearance. Similarly, there are overskirts that wrap around the entire circumference of the body while there are also overskirts that wrap behind from right hip to left hip keeping the front of the fitted gown exposed.

Contributing to the dynamic element of the style, fabrics like tulle, lace, and satin are all commonly used for overskirts. Train lengths vary from dramatic cathedral-length trains to shorter styles catering to an array of individual preferences.