Benefits of a lace up vs buttons
Can't decide if you want a lace up or a button up back? Don't worry, it's hard for us to choose one over the other! While the lace up back gives you a more romantic and ethereal look, the button up back achieves a vintage style. While both options achieve different looks it's up to you to choose one that fits your style.
Lace Up Back
One major benefit to having a lace up back is that it allows for flexibility when it comes to sizing. It's perfect for when your weight fluxuates or if you're planning to lose weight, but don't want to commit to a certain size. This is a great way to save time and money with alterations.
If you want a tight fit and are looking for a dress that cinches in at the waist, then a lace up back will be able to get you that look and fit.
Lace up backs tend to suit romantic wedding dresses like ball gowns, tulle, and princess style looks.
Try these styles to achieve this look 3721, 3726, 3729, 3684, 3752, 3727
Button Up Back
Button up backs are great if you're looking to achieve a true romantic vintage look to suit a 20's 30's 40's 50's and 60's styled wedding.
Your guests will only see the back of your wedding dress for the majority of your ceremony, so give them something beautiful to look at. Wow them with a gorgeous line of buttons running down the back of your wedding dress.
If you're planning to style your wedding dress with a jacket or bolero it's best if you choose a button up back. They generally do better with build-ups like jackets and boleros.
Try these styles to achieve this look 3750, 3751, 3753, 3754, 3755, 3757
Leave a comment and let us know if you're choosing a lace up or button up wedding dress!