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Saree vs Dress on your Wedding Day | Dil Sapukotanage | Sri Lanka

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It is common to encounter brides who are unable to make up their minds about choosing their attire on their wedding day.

In my opinion the following factors should be considered in choosing the above.

  • Most brides in Sri Lanka tend to decide on a Saree due to the Poruwa Ceremony and it is a Cultural significance. Most prefer a bridal dress when it is a Church Ceremony.
  • I believe that the most significant factors are the shape of the body and stature as the total look differs a lot from individual structures.
  • A bride with a smaller structure will be most suited for a dress rather than a Saree. A wedding dress will show more shape of your body and thus a bride with a fuller structure will look better in a Saree.

If a bride decides on a wedding dress, it is mandatory that the dress fits perfectly and professionally tailored in comparison to a Saree which can be draped in many ways to suit the bride.

Nevertheless, the most important factor is whether it’s Saree or a Dress, the bride should be comfortable in it as most wedding functions tend to be very lengthy.

By Dil Sapukotanage – Sri Lanka

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