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Behind The Scene Of Dress-Making

Whether you choose a standard size or give us your custom measurements, all our dresses and tuxedos/dress suits are personally tailored for you from scratch. We treat each dress with special care and dedication, therefore the time required to make each type of dress differs. Below you can see each carefully taken step in the creation of your dress!
1 Order Confirmation
Once your order is complete, your order information will be sent to tailors, and the making of your dress now begins!
2 Designing
After reviewing your order, our dress-makers will begin the designing process. Model making is the first true step toward custom tailoring your dress.
3 Materializing
Dress-makers will then spend time to carefully pick out the materials your dress will be made with.
4 Tailoring
Once everything is decided, the dress-makers will start tailoring your dress according to your specified requests.
5 Sewing
Your dress is sewn together by professional tailors.
6 Embroidering
Each dress is carefully sewed according to the type of design. Different types of dresses will have different types of embroidery; the time to finish varies as well.
7 Final Touches
Finally, the dress-makers will finish up with the little touches.
8 Quality Control
The dress-makers will examine the dress to see if it's what you ordered.
9 Back To Us
The finished dress will be shipped back to Eveningdressol, before being shipped out.
10 Last Say
Eveningdressol.com will examine the finished dress again before shipping it out, checking with your order to make sure it is just the way you want it!
Trackbacks:(0)   Comments:(0)   2010.06.25    [ Myカテゴリ:bridal wedding ]

Amazing--Wedding ceremony Hairstyles for Long Hair

Long hair is the best kind of hair a bride can have during her wedding because there’s so much you can do with it! Here are some wedding hairstyle
ideas for lucky brides with naturally long tresses.
Braids are no longer considered schoolgirlish or old-fashioned today; in fact, they’re making a big comeback in catwalks. Crown braids create a regal, elegant, and romantic look by making a natural tiara out of your hair. Strands of hair from the front is plaited around your head like a circular French braid, and will require an expert if you want it to look perfect.bridal wedding for long hair

A more softer option would be a cascade braid. Instead of including all of your hair in a braid, the cascade hairstyle only incorporates some of your hair into the crown, leaving the rest of your hair to ripple down your back. Think a medieval princess. This look is perfect for informal weddings or for flower girls.
Both hairstyles can incorporate fresh flowers, jewels, a tiara, or a veil.
Wear it Loose!
If your hair is thick and has great body, you might want to consider showing off your mane and hanging it loose. Brides who choose not to do an updo usually opt against the veil since it distracts from your hair. Your wedding dress style should also be taken into account before you decide to let your hair loose; for instance, the back of your dress and your hair should not be competing for attention.
You can put some small accent braids in front to give your face a little shape. Wear a tiara or a wreath of flowers to add some interest. If you’d like a little more structure to your hair, you can wear it in a loose ponytail tied with an antique or old-fashioned clasp.
Half Up-Dos
Half up-dos are the happy medium between an up-do and loose hair. It's more formal-looking than loose hair and shows off the length while giving room for a unique look. Half-do hairstyles for short hair also look great on long hair, so you don’t have to worry about running out of styles to choose from. Make sure that you test it out first so you can get the end result you want.
Trackbacks:(0)   Comments:(0)   2010.06.23    [ Myカテゴリ:bridal wedding ]
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