When most brides think about finding the perfect wedding dress, their thoughts immediately go to the color, silhouette, neckline and decor of the dress. But when the time comes to actually look at different wedding dresses, try them on and find your perfect fit, it turns out that the length of the dress plays a crucial role in the way you look and feel on your wedding day. There are a few options to consider: you can choose a short wedding dress, a high-low bridal gown, a tea-length dress or a formal floor-length gown. Another choice you have is to go with an ankle-length wedding gown. In this article, we will tell you all about ankle-length wedding dresses, how they are different from floor-length gowns and what advantages come with choosing an ankle-length wedding dress for your special day.
An ankle-length wedding dress is a long maxi dress that covers the legs completely, stopping at the ankles. Ankle-length wedding dresses are longer than short or tea-length gowns, but they are shorter than floor-length wedding dresses.
Ankle-length wedding dresses are an ideal choice for brides who want to create a traditional, formal or semi-formal wedding look but dont want to deal with all the disadvantages of a floor-length dress. Unlike a floor-length gown, an ankle-length wedding dress doesnt touch the ground, so it wont get dirty throughout your wedding day. This means that you can easily choose an ankle-length wedding dress for ceremonies and receptions that are held outside without worrying about ruining your wedding dress. Additionally, ankle-length wedding dresses still create a traditional look, unlike more liberal short wedding dresses. Plus, they dont look as conservative as tea-length gowns.