Wedding dresses are investment pieces that can be sentimental family heirlooms for generations to come. A wedding dress is one of the most important purchases that a woman can make, and is often one of the major expenses of a wedding. Once a wedding dress has been purchased, special care must be taken to keep the dress in pristine condition.
While it is most important to keep the wedding dress in flawless condition before the wedding, most women would agree that they want to make sure that their wedding gown stays in the best shape possible for years to come. It isn't necessarily difficult to keep a wedding dress in good condition, but you do need to keep a few specific things in mind when it comes to hanging, storing, and cleaning the dress.
The majority of wedding dresses can't be hung on hangers just like other dresses, since their weight dress could cause the fabric to tear or tear at the hanger. Instead, tiny loops of fabric stitched to the inside of the dress are utilized to hang the gown in a safe manner. The hanging loops are sewn on by the dressmaker at the most strong seams of the gown making sure they're strong enough to support all the weight and load of the entire gown without causing damage.