Monday, September 30, 2013

The Right Way to Wear Two Dresses at Your Wedding

If you thought that an outfit change at your wedding was something only a Kardashian would do, think again. We're seeing many brides buying not one, but two dresses for their big day. The reason is simple: the bride gets a classically beautiful gown with a picture perfect train, and then can change into short, little white dress to dance the night away at the reception. That way, fashion doesn't need to be sacrificed for function, and you can truly have the best of both worlds.

Following this trend, we have found wedding gowns that make a perfect prelude to your reception dress. Having a dress that mimics the look of your bridal gown can be an unexpected surprise, while still letting everyone know you are the bride!

Check out these dresses and more at Miss Ruby Boutique, a perfect place to stop for wedding gowns, rehearsal dresses, or the perfect reception dress. 

The Jayne dress by Robert Bullock has a bodice
completely covered in pearls...
....and looks perfect when followed up by the Whitney dress,
which has the same pearl details throughout.

The Flora gown by Robert Bullock has a unique bust detail...
and so does the Honeysuckle dress from Watters!

The Siara gown by Wtoo has an elegant lace neckline...
and the Camilla dress by Watters has the same keyhole back!

Aveline's sweetheart neckline with cap sleeves is perfect
for a formal ceremony...
...and the similar Willow dress is perfect
for a more relaxed reception.

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