A ball gown is an effortless piece that shouts sweetness, class and sophistication even if it’s a plain white dress. It also comes in a myriad of options such as ball gowns in sweetheart necklines which are very popular nowadays among soon-to-be brides. Also, if you are not a big fan of overwhelming long dresses with a train, the option of having it tailored to knee-length is also possible. For conservative and reserved brides, wearing it with a matching bolero or cropped cover-up is dainty as well. And since it is a wedding dress, one can never be over-the-top. Adding chapel or princess trains, crystal tiers, laces, sheers, sashes, ruffles, drapes, embroidery and embellishments are other popular additions for ball gowns. Then, there is also the eternally popular intricate beadwork using appliques, sequins, and or stones.
You have probably seen thousands of ball gown wedding dress patterns in movies, wedding photos or from a friend or a relative’s wedding that never failed to make heads turn while other women gasp with awe. Now that it is your turn to look glamorous and royalty-like, the ball gown dress is the perfect choice that never goes out of style. Yes, there can be other dress patterns aside from this gown but nothing can pull it off as royalty and as unforgettable as the good old gown which has probably mastered the art of stealing scenes, making jaws drop and creating a princess-like impression to anyone who wears it.
Transform into an ethereal deity oozing with savoir vivre as you walk down the aisle and all eyes are on you. Weddings are once in a lifetime event and surely, you do not want to be just any other bride but the bride that guests will definitely remember even years after your wedding. The power of a ball gown is infinitely everlasting that your Prince Charming will definitely want to slip the glass shoe on one of your feet, or in your case, stay in your life forever.