Modest Bridesmaid Gown Ideas

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Not all bridesmaid gowns have to be overly showy or needlessly extravagant. Get modest bridesmaid gown ideas with help from a wedding fashion professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Jessica Esptein, Co-Founder of Grayson Elise Styling and Accessories. I'm here at Serendipity Bridal in Austin, Texas to talk to you a little bit about how to find a modestly cut bridesmaid's dress. When looking for a modest bridesmaid's dress, the most important thing to look for is the neckline. I've picked out three different silhouettes that I feel are great choices for modestly cut dresses. This first one is a halter dress. It's going to give you lots of coverage on the bust and the draping is extremely flattering for a larger busted woman. This piece right here is actually my favorite neckline. This is called a boat neckline. The reason why I think it's such a great choice is because this particular piece, this piece is sheer. It's not going to give you too much extra fabric. It's not going to look heavy, you're not going to look like you're loaded down with fabric, but it's going to give you a really nice line and some really nice coverage. The third choice is a sweetheart cut flutter sleeve dress. That sweetheart neckline, you just, the own, the one thing that you want to make sure when you're looking for a sweetheart dress is that the middle point doesn't go too low. This one is a shallowly cut sweetheart neckline. It's going to give you really nice full coverage on the bust and the flutter sleeve is going to add just a little bit of coverage for the sleeve on your shoulders, but not too much fabric where you look like you're weighted down or, or loaded down with fabric. All three of these dress options I think are fantastic options for what to look for in a neckline for a modestly cut bridesmaid's dress.


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