DIY wedding gown hacks

DIY wedding gown hacks

June 21, 2020 Off By admin

There are no rights or wrongs to choosing the style of your bridal gown in Dubai as you should always aim for the one which looks best and you know it is meant for you. There are many different beautiful styles out there but nothing works as best as DIYing your own bridal gown. You may think it is a task impossible to achieve but with some time and determination, trust us you can get there. Keep on reading these hacks to make the work easier and unique for you:

  • Crochet your dress

You can never go wrong with this one designing element because whichever pattern or design you choose, it will surely turn out to be magnificent. If you know how to do crochet then this could be your one of the most memorable projects which you have ever taken and if you don’t, then you can find someone who can help you with crochet work. There are many different designs and patterns which you will find of the internet and in craft stores so make use of it all. 

  • Add lace to it

If you don’t find something which is as charming and captivating as you want it to be, you can surely DIY it. Just find yourself a plain gown in your fitting and choice of cloth and then aim for the added details yourself. For some brides, lace is one of the top picks for the elegant design and if you are one of them then we would recommend you to take a tour of the markets and find yourself the lace which you know is meant for you. Get inspiration from internet and style it however you like.

  • Add fringes

To create a drape look to your gown, you can aim for fringes as it is one of the classical picks which does not disappoint. Fringes can be made out of lace as well which would go amazingly with the previous hack. Just find yourself some fringe and sew it to your gown, all the other brides will envy you and will want to copy your design.

If you are the one who tailors things a lot then we believe these same tips could work fabulously with abayas as well. Buy abaya online UAE and then style the way you want it.