Designer wedding dresses, as well as the gowns off the rack or inherited from mothers or grandmothers, come in all shapes & sizes, in different fabrics & cuts, even lengths, but not very any of them are loose & unconstricting. Every bride is beautiful, the white wedding dress making lips appear more rosy, the love bringing a sparkle in to the eyes, the emotions of the ceremony & the fun of the reception giving her cheeks a healthy blush.
No matter how pretty all brides feel on their special day, though, when they look through the marriage albums or watching the videos, they notice their shoulders slouching, chin dropping, arms stiffening in the dance or eyes glued to the ground when running down the aisle.
The first day get the feel for the dress & the shoes by putting them on & standing in front of the mirror. Observe how the dress moves when you turn to the sides, when you bend over, when you sit, & try to learn the best ways to move around while looking your best simultaneously. Posing for pics is thing, & running down the aisle or dancing at the reception is another. Parade around to make sure you know the way to get from place to another without stepping on the wedding dresses, & most importantly work your shoes. After all a tiny little bit of practice goes a long way.