3 Wedding Gown Myths

3 Wedding Gown Myths

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Oct 13, 2020


Your wedding day should be the most important day of your life, and that means that you need to look your most beautiful and feel your most confident. The highlight of this should be, of course, your wedding dress. However, with so many potential bridal dresses to choose from, it can be hard to even know where to start or what to consider.


The expert team at Pritchétt Bridal of Utah wants you to know that you don’t have to listen to everything people tell you about what your wedding gown should look like. Your dress should reflect your style and taste. Don’t fall for these three wedding dress myths.


1. Wedding Dresses Are White


Though it may seem like a question with an obvious answer, the question of what color is ideal for your wedding dress is more complicated than a simple “white.” Though white is a classic color for bridal gowns, there are quite a few shades to choose from.


Keep in mind that pure white is so stark that it often seems to have an almost blue sheen and can look harsh on pale skin. Ivory, however, is a type of off-white that looks a bit more “golden.”


Determining the best color for your wedding dress is a job that you shouldn’t do alone, and working with an experienced sales associates at a top bridal boutique can be a big help. Pritchétt Bridal has the expertise you need to help ensure that your gown reflects your best traits.


2. You Should Look Sexy on Your Wedding Day


It’s a common misconception that in order to look beautiful on your wedding day, you need to show skin. This is not the case!


There are many brides throughout Utah and the world who wear designer wedding gowns while never compromising on the level of modesty that they are looking for.


Pritchétt Bridal’s goal is making sure everybody who walks out of our bridal boutique feels comfortable about how they look in their gown. That’s why we have a variety of modern wedding dresses that can suit anyone’s tastes, and we even do modest fill alterations to make sure you have the dress you feel is appropriate for your wedding.


3. Designer Gowns Are Too Extravagant


Your wedding is only one day, and you should spend it wearing what makes you feel beautiful. How you look in your designer wedding gown is something you’ll remember forever!


Luckily for you, nobody in Utah has a better selection of designers than Pritchétt Bridal. Our buyers are constantly on the lookout for dresses from the best designers in the world to bring to our brides in Utah, including Nancy Barrus Couture, Moonlight, Tara Keely, Tadashi Shoji, Lis Simon and many more. With this wide selection, you’re sure to find a designer who fits your style.


Trust Pritchétt Bridal


Your perfect day deserves the perfect dress. That’s why brides throughout Utah turn to Pritchétt Bridal for their wedding-day needs. No matter the color, coverage or style you want, Pritchétt Bridal is sure to find your best fit.