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Is Two Better Than One? Pros and Cons of Wearing Two Wedding Dresses

We all know every bride dreams of the moment they find The One - the dress of their dreams! But not all wedding dresses were made equal! Not all gowns are made for all day-wear, dancing, sitting, and eating. The trend towards multiple gowns has been coming in hot the past couple of years, especially with celebrities following suit and making stunning outfit changes during their wedding celebration.

So, perhaps you’re thinking about getting two wedding dresses. Maybe you’re the type of bride that can’t narrow down what kind of dress they want, or have multiple favorites? Maybe you’re the type of bride that likes to be a little “extra” fabulous or want to showcase your distinct styles. Whatever the reason, below are our pros and cons of having multiple outfits on your big day!


No Settling!

The two dress trend allows brides the opportunity to experiment with different silhouettes, colors, patterns, and styles they would love to wear on their big day, just not at the ceremony. If you want a more classic, conservative dress for your traditional church ceremony, but are looking to wear a sexier gown for the reception, this trend is for you!

Having two dresses allows you to have that traditional formality while still being able to express your personality