The One Fabric to Avoid
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The One Fabric to Avoid in a Wedding Function

Your wardrobe best represent who you are. I recently figured out that many women slip in a wrong dress while attending a wedding dinner or gala event that is related to a wedding.

Tara Salman, a doctor by profession recently called Dress Republic customer service and made enquiry of several lawn suits. During the phone call our customer service learned that the customer is shopping printed and embroidered dresses for a wedding in family friends. Our customer service referred me to help her with shopping.

When I asked her the reason for choosing lawn suits, she said “Being comfortable is my first choice.”

It is true that cotton lawn suit are comfortable to wear but there are number of choices available at Dress Republic for women who want comfort and luxury feel.

The only advise that I gave her is “One should never wear cotton and lawn fabric embroidered and printed lawn suit for such an event.”

Cotton Lawn Fabric is always a bad idea in a wedding party scenario. Go for chiffon dresses, intricately embroidered or very light embroidery around the neck and hems. When you are in a wedding party, Lawn suits easily get wrinkles, they are massively produced and are always in the eyes of women.

You maybe tempted with beautiful printed and embroidered lawn fabric but it makes your fashion sense worst in a wedding party, so avoid it at all costs. Lawn suits are best choice for social events, birthday party guest, and your day-to-day wear therefore they are best for casual wear.

Earlier this week, we brought some stunning Party Wear and Wedding Guest Dresses that can be your first choice. These includes Velvet for Winter Wedding and chiffon for banquette party.

Recommended keywords in our search include: Velvet, Chiffon, Ivory, Champagne, Lubin, Legnica, Pompei, Lublin, Mabzi, Nowra, Valencia.

 

 

About Sumaira K

Sumaira K. is the Los Angeles based fashion blogger/journalist started her fashion career at the esteemed publications of American, British and Middle Eastern fashion magazines before founding Dress Republic Fashion Blog.

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