Happy Wednesday, loves! Today’s post is really exciting for me because I am sharing my experience trying on wedding dresses for the first time! My bridal appointment took place last Friday, and I am so grateful that it did as the store is now closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our wedding is in six months, so I hope that it will all work out in terms of timing and fittings!
My mom, my two sisters, and my closest girlfriends live in Florida, so I am doing my bridal dress shopping by myself, and sharing videos and photos with them. I wish travel was not restricted at this moment!
Today I am showing you the gowns that I tried on at PRONOVIAS. I first heard about PRONOVIAS while I was living in Barcelona, Spain. Some of you may remember that I lived there between 2007-2009. I have been checking out their beautiful collections since then!! Every bride will find the dreamiest gowns at PRONOVIAS, so many styles to choose from. I would love for you to let me know which style you think I should get married in!! Sleeves? Tulle? Fitted? Mermaid? Lace?
The dress above is one of my favorites! I truly loved the entire gown: the gorgeous details on the top, the buttons in the back, and the hourglass silhouette – such a flattering gown. And I felt so beautiful in this one!
Next up is this feminine and sensual gown. It is not see-through, an underlining is available in many colors. The only reason why I am questioning this one, is because it was so hard to walk in it! I envision myself in a dress with a flowy skirt – we’ll see!
What do you think about this gown!?? This is the style of skirt that I really like – not too big, and not too tight…
And here are the last two gowns that I tried on. The gown above was made for a “princess!” The bodice, the sleeves, and the skirt were outstanding. While I was not expecting to like the bohemian style gown below, I truly loved it. This neckline is one that I have been considering for a long time. The length of the sleeves is just perfect, and the bottom of the dress is what I am looking for. This gown felt light, which is important.
Now that you have seen these styles, I’d love to know… which style was your favorite!? 🙂
Lots of love!