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This is the second article in a series of shopping for wedding dresses. The first article covered how the wedding dress buying process works, how much time to take, and what to do. This article will focus in more on the dress tiself and will attempt to provide some tips for selecting a dress that is right for you.

Wedding dress, of course, come in many different shapes and sizes. The best way to find the dress for you is to try the dress on and see if it fits. It is also helpful to have someone with you with good taste to give you feedback on how the dress look and which one to try on next. While you are trying the dresses on, ask the store what other dresses that they have in stock for your size. This will ensure that you get the most out of a store.

When you are comparing different designers, remember some designers specialize in designing for one body type. If you find a designer that you like, chances are that that designer's collection might have another dress type that you like. This is where it helps to have a knowledgable sales person who can tell you what each designer or collection specializes in each one. A good salesperson will be albe to direct you to dress types that will fit and will help you make a good decision.

You generally don't need to pay thousands of dollar for a dress. However, if you have a budget price range, you may need to shop around a bit more to find the dress that you like. If you have a sister or friend who is built like you are and just got married, ask them what kind of dress they wore, where they bought it, and how much it costs. Sometimes, a friend might still have the dress and if it is nice, might let you wear it. This doesn't happen often because of fit, taste, and people often like to purchase new dresses anyway.

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